So far this long weekend I have finished reading/listening to "Einstein's Unfinished Revolution" by Lee Smolin and "Killers of the Flower Moon" by David Grann.

The first is good if you want a malcontent realist's opinion about the state of Quantum Mechanics today and why we can't seem to unite macro and micro physics (yet).

The second is unqualifiedly great. The Osage murders were shocking, and the twists and turns of this story were perhaps more riveting and surprising as anything in fiction.

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