Portuguese translations

I'm pleased to announce that some of my blog posts have been translated into Brazilian Portuguese.  St. Felipe of Olhar Unificado (added to blogroll) has translated the following posts:

Castidade: Não é apenas para religiosos

Deus das Lacunas

O Teorema da Eternidade Quântica

Um Universo do Nada?

Apresentando a Buracos Negros #1 - Relatividade Especial
Apresentando a Buracos Negros #2 - Relatividade Geral

Apresentando a Buracos Negros #3 - Buracos Negros

Os Pilares da Ciência - Introdução
Os Pilares da Ciência #1 - Observação Repetida
Os Pilares da Ciência #2 - Hipóteses Elegantes
Os Pilares da Ciência #3 - Modelos Aproximados
Os Pilares da Ciência #4 - Descrições Precisas
Os Pilares da Ciência #5 - Integridade Ética

Os Pilares da Ciência #6 - Exame da Comunidade

Os Pilares da Ciência - Sumário


If you can't tell which posts of mine these are translations of, then this new feature might not be for you!  Felipe also has a bunch of his own writing on Science and Religion on Olhar Unificado, which I have added to my sidebar, but I can't say much about it, other than that it appears to be composed of words relevant to the topic.  There are, however, pictures.

Regarding the post on chastity, I don't know how it reads to someone who actually understands Portuguese, but just looking at the words, my talk about sex and romance seems ever so much more impressive in a Romance language!

As Felipe comes out with more translations, I will update the list on this post (without making any other announcement).  Thanks so much to Felipe for his endeavers.

About Aron Wall

In 2019, I will be studying quantum gravity and black hole thermodynamics as a Lecturer at the University of Cambridge. Before that, I read Great Books at St. John's College (Santa Fe), got my physics Ph.D. from U Maryland, and did my postdocs at UC Santa Barbara, the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and Stanford.
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One Response to Portuguese translations

  1. Felipe says:

    Thanks Aron :)

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