Bas den Hond writes about Earth science, physics, mathematics and language. His work has appeared in The Economist, New Scientist and a number of Dutch general and popular science publications. Based in the Netherlands and New Hampshire, he is also the U.S. correspondent of the Dutch daily newspaper Trouw.
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