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“Let there be light: and there was[n’t] light”?

I read what follows from 538 Significant Digits first in the Times, I believe, and thought, “WHAT???” A big piece of an entire continent went dark. How did this happen? Or, who did it? It’s some story. Tens of millions … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh and our future

I don’t know what’s going to happen in our fairly immediate future. So I was glad to see three opinion pieces in the Times this morning which cover the full variety of my feelings, thoughts and questions about this future. … Continue reading

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The best op piece today: “Why Mistranslation Matters”

In the New York Times (last page opinion section — it should have been more to the front) Mark Polizzotti tells a couple of stories that really startled me. Brace yourselves, because our knowledge about famous statements is wrong. For … Continue reading

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