It all started with a…

Bang! I’ve been blogging about open source software and the like over at LiveJournal for the best part of a decade now, but that only represents one of my many and varied (ahem) interests. I’m also a postgrad at the University of Oxford, working on problems in theoretical cosmology in the astrophysics department, and thought that now might be a good time to… well, blog about physics for a bit. I reckon this will end up as a “research blog”, a place to bang on about my latest paper, and moan about how under-appreciated my particular narrow field of study is within the cosmology community as a whole. Sounds fun, right?

About Phil Bull

I'm a theoretical cosmologist, currently working as a NASA NPP fellow at JPL/Caltech in Pasadena, CA. My research focuses on the effects of inhomogeneities on the evolution of the Universe and how we measure it. I'm also keen on stochastic processes, scientific computing, the philosophy of science, and open source stuff. View all posts by Phil Bull

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