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How to control the subjective experience of time.
When scale confounds our perceptions, stories can clarify them.
Some psychologists believe suicide and depression can be strategic.
Doctors suffer from the same cognitive distortions as the rest of us.
From ecstasy to withdrawal, the lover resembles an addict.
What makes a person magnetic and why we should be wary.
Big data meets history to forecast the rise and fall of religion.
Rising temperatures are bringing ethnic tensions to a boil in Central Asia.
Harvey Friedman is about to bring incompleteness and infinity out of quarantine.
The meditative psychiatrist.
The innate meanings of color and intensity.
The joy and toll of doing remote science.
I went to my neighbor’s house for something to eat yesterday.Think about this sentence. It’s pretty simple—English speakers would know precisely what it means. But what does it actually…Read More
One of the great mysteries of modern cosmology is how our universe can be so thermally uniform—the vast cosmos is filled with the lingering heat of the Big Bang. Over time, it has cooled…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
The late statistics wizard Hans Rosling, who died this month at age 68, brought at least 10 toilet paper rolls to some of his beloved presentations. He would stack them into…Read More