Surfer dude stuns physicists with theory of everything - Telegraph
See, now this is why I don't blog about more science articles. This is right up my alley, something I'd like to read more about especially as the Large Hadron Collider gets started up. But really, this article tells me almost nothing. It's like "Hey, theres this thing and it could explain these other things! but since this is a popular science article written for the general population we won't tell you any more." That is so frustrating to me that I've pretty much stopped reading a lot of physics science articles.
I'm mostly getting my news from nytimes science section and del.icio.us links tagged science or physics. I had hoped that the naturally geeky base in del.icio.us would give me good substantial science news, but it's mostly people doing correct or incorrect reality based physics in flash games. A lot of teacher/education resources too, but the above link from the Telegraph is the most I'm getting on cutting edge physics, and I'm not even sure how seriously I should take it.
Does any ones else have a good source for graduate level physics news? I need something between the no-new-info general public writing and the Ph.D. level stuff that I don't have the time to invest in.