Nonlocality CoverSome more original music, such as it is. The title is a nice quantum physics reference that has absolutely no relevant bearing on the music, but hey -- it may have no bearing on reality, either. That's the nature of quantum physics. It's bullshit you can believe in! The track is mostly guitar and piano, none of which is real. (Maybe that's the link to quantum physics, right there.) It has a few moments I'm pretty happy with, particularly the chord change at around 2:20, and the overall feel. Sometimes things just work. Sometimes they don't. I'm usually pretty happy any time I can come up with something that doesn't orbit ineffectually around Dsus2 and G minor. It's the little things.

Album art provided above and to the right a bit, should you wish to jam this into iTunes or something. It's better than a grey box with a symbol in it. Just. Besides, everything's better with an album cover.

Heroes of Science: Peter Higgs

Yet another continuation of the Heroes of Science series, here's a figure of Peter Higgs, the fellow at CERN after whom the Higgs Boson, Higgs Field, and Higgs Several-other-things are named.

Here're the first bunch of figures (well, first and second, really), and some FAQs. Enjoy!


Heroes of Science: Wolfgang Pauli

Wolfgang Pauli -- click to embiggen, cromulently. Continuing the Heroes of Science series, here's Wolfgang Pauli. Pauli was one of the pioneers of quantum physics, won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1945, and rocked the crap out of a pair of pinstriped trousers.

More Heroes of Science shenanigans can be found on DeviantART, here, here and here. You can find Frequently Asked Questions about the fake figure series here, and everything that I've posted about the damn things here. Information, if nothing else, is in abundance.

Thanks for your continuing support, you little supporter, you.