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In an infinite multiverse, physics loses its ability to make predictions.
The contest between gravity and quantum physics takes a new turn.
A neurologist’s perspective on research into consciousness.
Speculation on multiple universes goes back farther than you might think.
The open nature of the science of classification virtually guarantees fights.
And how to make it think differently.
Science predicts only the predictable, ignoring most of our chaotic universe.
It’s not what you think.
An exclusive look at the dreams Santiago Ramon y Cajal recorded to prove Freud was wrong.
Right now, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, there are lots of dead ants in the glass corridors of one of Anicka Yi’s biosphere-like dioramas. The shared nest looks like an oversized…Read More
If you don’t know how something works, break it. Science is built on creative destruction: Much of what neuroscientists know of the brain, they know from what gets lost during brain injuries.…Read More
Languages, like human bodies, come in a variety of shapes—but only to a point. Just as people don’t sprout multiple heads, languages tend to veer away from certain forms that might…Read More
Laura met George in the pages of Reader’s Digest. In just a couple of column inches, she read an abridged version of his biography and was instantly intrigued. In the 1960s, apparently,…Read More