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Inalienable rights in the age of carbon dioxide.
The ecological philosophy of turning a garbage dump into a park.
Eric Lundgren’s electric car goes farther than a Tesla. He’s also going to prison.
How the science of blood spatter forensics is evolving.
A geologist explains that climate change is not just about a global average sea rise.
My journey into the middle ground of the science-religion culture war.
A behavioral scientist unravels one of our most cherished conceptions.
A controversial disease revives the debate about the immune system and mental illness.
Nick Chater argues our brain is a storyteller, not a reporter from an inner world.
The Black Hole Initiative (BHI) at Harvard University announces the first-ever Black Hole Essay Competition, inviting submissions that explore novel connections and new perspectives on…Read More
Nick Chater has put forward a bold claim in his recent book, The Mind Is Flat, as well as in an article and interview in Nautilus: that we don’t have any unconscious thoughts. A metaphor…Read More
Have you ever wondered how your life might be different if you could see beyond the visible light spectrum—into ultraviolet or infrared? For one thing, you might be immune, or less susceptible,…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine‘s Abstractions blog.The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) smashes a billion pairs of protons together each second. Occasionally the machine…Read More