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The Aeolist reviews Sean Carroll's book and concludes that it is "too sloppy to be of much help".
John Baez writes about Algorithmic Thermodynamics and describes a "design for a heat engine powered by programs".
Boris Kosyakov examines the classical physics of a particle at the top of a hill and concludes that it is indeterministic, re-discovering what John D. Norton found out about The Dome.
Last, but not least, an easy-to-read explanation (pdf) of Xia's proof of the existence of non-collision singularities in Newtonian gravity.