arxiv.org       stat mech     gr-qc   math-phys phys q-bio nonlin etc
   phil-sci pitt.edu   (philo sci archives--mostly garbage)    fom-arhcives
 
most of this may not have to do with much of the universe
 
could always add sciecncebbogs, science2.0, azimuth. scott aronson. pnp, realclimate and od course www.axiomsandchoices.blogspot.com

From: Charles Schwartz <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 9:45 PM
Subject: Re: Enquiry: Science reading list

"10 most useful sources for learning about the universe",  hmmmm...

On 1/11/12 5:17 PM, Kamran Nayeri wrote:
> I am building up reading lists for a number of topics.  Can anyone help me with 10 most useful sources for learning about the universe (theory and history)?  These can be books, articles, websites, etc. (sources that can be easily accesses--e.g. available on the web--are more helpful).
>
> Thank you for any suggestions.
>
> --Kamran