New Scientist 2737
I have a story in New Scientist this week about a controversial problem that is unique to cosmology.
“COSMOLOGISTS are doing the happy dance. The European Space Agency's Planck mission is busy surveying the cosmic microwave background, aka the "echo" of the big bang, and in 2013 will release a feast of data that promises to deliver profound new insights into the origin of the universe.
Surely a victory for science? Only, it seems, if cosmologists can resist the temptation to gorge themselves on all those goodies. ...”
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