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The unusual union of a renowned artist and the discoverer of the Polio vaccine.
In the Australian outback, the future of drought has come early.
The inside story of the largest dam removal project in US history.
What needs to happen for artificial intelligence to make fine art.
Taking lessons from the rise and fall of divinity in online games.
Hint—it’s mostly coincidence.
The case for making money local again.
Technology hasn’t diminished the social quality of listening to music.
Robots and lasers are uncovering an ancient, sacred geography.
When Frank Drake was a boy, growing up in 1930s Chicago, his parents, observant Baptists, enrolled him in Sunday School. By the time he was 8 years old, he suspected his religion, and others…Read More
A lot of people don’t like the word “moist.” Several Facebook groups are dedicated to it, one with over 3,000 likes, New Yorker readers overwhelmingly selected it as the word to eliminate…Read More
The name “David Attenborough” has, to me, always been an enchanting but disembodied voice narrating the hidden struggles and splendors of the natural world. In the last few months…Read More
In 2002, a group of adults aged 50 and over answered a series of questions about their physical and mental health. A subset of the questions went as follows. How often do you feel … 1)…Read More