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For one thing, you won’t like IPAs.
How one psychologist is tackling human biases in science.
Modern physics has taught us that mass is not an intrinsic property.
How the emptiness of the void got filled.
How Julian Jaynes’ famous 1970s theory is faring in the neuroscience age.
The surprising forces influencing the complexity of the language we speak and write.
The best-selling writer of “The Martian” has a new book out, and it’s set closer to home.
If you think everyone around you is terrible, the joke may be on you.
What we don’t tell our children.
Tracing the evolution of hidden sexual preferences.
A bit of education can erase a definitive cognitive gap between men and women.
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