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Letter to a Young Reader: in A Velocity of Being: Letters to a Young Reader, by Maria Popova and Claudia Bedrick. (Enchanted Lion Books, 2018)
Effective Theory: in This Idea is Brilliant: Lost, Overlooked, and Underappreciated Scientific Concepts Everyone Should Know, John Brockman. (Harper Collins, 2018), 217–218.
Breakthroughs Become Part of the Culture: in Know This: Today’s Most Interesting and Important Scientific Ideas, Discoveries, and Developments, John Brockman. (Harper Collins, 2017),137–139.
Energy in Einstein’s Universe: in Einstein for the 21st Century: His Legacy in Science, Art, and Modern Culture, Peter Galison, Gerald Holton, & Silvan Schweber. (Princeton University Press, Paperback, 2017), 299–310.
Scaling Reality – The Inner Atom and Outer Space: in The Earth and I, James Lovelock. (Taschen, 2016), 30–41.
Big Experiments Won’t Happen: in What Should We Be Worried About?: Real Scenarios That Keep Scientists Up at Night, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2014), 174–176.
The Cyclic Universe: in The Universe: Leading Scientists Explore the Origin, Mysteries, and Future of the Cosmos, ed. John Brockman. (New York: Harper Perennial, 2014). Most Wanted Particle: The Inside Story of the Hunt for the Higgs, the Heart of the Future of Physics, auth. John Butterworth. (New York: The Experiment, 2015), Foreword, 2014, xii-xvi.
The Higgs Mechanism: in This Explains Everything: Deep, Beautiful, and Elegant Theories of How the World Works, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2013), 212–214.
Science: in This Will Make You Smarter: New Scientific Concepts to Improve Your Thinking, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2012), 192–193.
The Plural of Anecdote Is Not Data: in How Is the Internet Changing the Way You Think?, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2011), 324–326.
Coordinated Computational Power Will Change Science: in This Will Change Everything: Ideas That Will Shape the Future, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2010), 350–352.
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New Dimensions: Interview with Lisa Randall: in Mind, Life, and Universe, interview by Eduardo Punset, eds. Lynn Magulis and Eduardo Punset. (White River Junction, VT: Chelsey Green, 2007), 297–303.
Questionnaire: Models as Generative Processes: in Models, Emily Abruzzo, Eric Ellingsen, and Jonathan D. Salomon. (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007), 230–231.
People Will Increasingly Value Truth: in What Are You Optimistic About?, John Brockman. (New York: HarperCollins, 2007), 68–69.
Designing Words: in Intelligent Thought: Science versus the Intelligent Design Movement, ed. John Brockman. (New York: Vintage Books, 2006), 192–204.
Implications of Additional Spatial Dimensions to Questions in Cosmology: in Science and Ultimate Reality: Quantum Theory, Cosmology, and Complexity, eds. John D. Barrow, Paul C.W. Davies, and Charles L. Harper. (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 564–573.
Theories of the Brane: in The New Humanists: Science at the Edge, John Brockman. (New York: Barnes & Noble, 2003), 313–328.
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