About One Blue Planet
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler” — Albert Einstein
That is, unfortunately, a lie. Einstein probably never said that, though he did mention his belief that science should represent reality as simply as possible. Nevertheless, the quote is a good one. Science belongs to us all, a collective treasure of humanity. It should be shared and understood by everyone.
Sadly, modern science and journalism falls short. Scientists write with complicated words and formula; journalists misunderstand and confuse things, or worse, mislead. One Blue Planet is an effort to change that. I am a trained physicist, a former astronomer and now work in the space industry. My goal is to explain the latest in physics and space as clearly and as simply as possible.
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