The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv blog this week.
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The success of the Twitter feed from NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander is leading to a new generation of scientific communications.
A new network architecture could dramatically reduce the radiation exposure from cell phones.
The ratio of nitrogen isotopes in several comets almost exactly matches the ratio on Earth, implying that our early atmosphere probably came from a cometary bombardment.
Knotted proteins may not be as rare as they seem.
Attach a couple of cobalt molecules to a ring of carbon and you have the dream memory material.
The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week:
A new map of the Milky Way galaxy proves that the sun's motion through the spiral arms could not have caused a well-known climate-change cycle.
Starspots big enough to change a star's brightness cause astronomers to rethink the exoplanet claim.
No prizes for guessing who gets top billing. But who comes in at the bottom?