Title: Lecturer in Physics.
Office: 248 Jadwin Hall/Temp 388 Jadwin
Welcome to my Princeton webpage. I am a cosmologist whose main research interests have been in general relativity and studies of the early universe. This is not my actual website. By following the link above, you can find my scientific bibliography and bio, and learn more about my popular books, plays, Japanese temple geometry, sangaku, Evariste Galois and other topics.
“Hasenöhrl and the Equivalence of Mass and Energy,” with Stephen Boughn (arXiv:1108.2250 ).
“Japanese Temple Geometry,” (Scientific American, May 1998)
“Genius and Biographers: The Fictionalization of Evariste Galois,” (American Mathematical Monthly, 89, 84 (1982)