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Pipeline fights have a longer history than you think.
How the unlikely and unexplainable, strange and terrifying, spawned the age of science.
Understanding any city requires understanding how all cities scale.
A daring experiment builds a new tame species in just 60 years.
Hydrothermal vent models transform the origins of life from unlikely to near-inevitable.
It’s not as simple as you think.
Your life’s memories could, in principle, be stored in the universe’s structure.
A new theory sheds light on the emergence of life’s complexity.
If you Google “It’s been emotional,” even without quotes, you’ll find that a clip from Guy Ritchie’s 1998 British crime comedy, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, tops the page.…Read More
During my career as a scientist and a philosopher I have written and edited, thus far, 14 books. Of these, seven are for the general public. Of those, only one (my very first one, as it…Read More
William Ludwig was a 64-year-old retired corrections officer living in Bridgeton, New Jersey, in 2010, when he received a near-hopeless cancer prognosis. The Abramson Cancer Center at the…Read More
Paul Davies has a lot on his mind—or perhaps more accurate to say in his mind. A physicist at Arizona State University, he does research on a wide range of topics, from the abstract fields…Read More