New philosophy of physics blog

I somehow missed this: there's a new philosophy of physics blog by my erstwhile office-mate Chris W├╝thrich, who's now at UCSD. It's cleverly titled "Taking up Spacetime," and it looks promising -- he has a good recent post up about the notion of structure.


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Anonymous said...

Please clarify your use of the word "magnetic" in "monomagnetic-attraction," "magnetic potential" etc.. Do you mean it is the attracting force we call gravity? When I read "magnetic" I think of metal magnets acting on other magnets or metals, and not two clumps of carbon dust attract each other in deep space. I'm thinking of electro-magnetic force, not gravity. The use of the term "magnetic" here is confusing to me.