Leaves of Japanese maple seen in Suzunomiya Park, Sakai. The photo was taken on November 26, 2010.
From tweets of yesterday (edited by rephrasing, adding words, etc.)
About Fundamental Physics
So many interesting projects, wonderful! [Retweet of Sean Carroll's words] Updated my research page. Woohoo!
About History of Physics
"Dirac postscript." Physics Today December 2010, p. 12. —Dirac's eight-page paper published in Reviews of Modern Physics got absorbed into mainstream high-energy physics under the name of light-front dynamics—an indispensable tool for high-energy physics.
"The 70 online databases that define our planet." Technology Review, Physics arXiv Blog (December 3, 2010). —Useful correction of databases are included.
About Particle Physics
"Working Title," by Jon Butterworth. Physicists are quite good at retro-fitting acronyms. But Jimmy knows, it has it's limits. Guardian (December 3, 2010).
Physics Today December 2010, "Special issue: A Chandrasekhar centennial."
Exchange of Words with Friends
[Arjen Dijksman's retweet of my words] Femto-Essays: "About a quote from Marie Curie." Femto-Essays (December 3, 2010). —I wonder how many US Nobel were originally not US citizen.
[To Arjen Dijksman] Thanks for your retweet of my blog post. But I'm afraid that your comment is against the spirit of the Marie Curie quote.
[From Arjen Dijksman] No offense:-) The comment was intended to show that it was not appropriate to count number of US Nobel, US community being international.
[To Arjen Dijksman] Thanks for your reply, which was the same as my interpretation of your comment after rethinking. [My response was a superficial one to your words, "US Nobel." (December 5)]
秋色 ２４ (Autumn Colors 24)