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Understanding the odds lets you play with them.
How ambiguity in language can create unique taboos.
How massive parallelism lifts the brain’s performance above that of AI.
My team thought we’d proved cosmological inflation. We were wrong.
How counting sunspots unites the past and future of science.
The evolution of B-2s and pterosaurs.
Kai Bird is miffed. His 2005 Pulitzer Prize-winning book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer was exhaustively researched, but not quite to his satisfaction.…Read More
Open any newspaper, on-screen or off, and you’ll find that scientific controversy underlies many of the day’s most hotly debated issues. The arguments surrounding genetically modified…Read More
If they’re honest and humble enough, people who study societies that existed in the Americas before the arrival of Europeans will admit that they don’t really understand those societies. They’ll…Read More
Before Josh McDermott was a neuroscientist, he was a club DJ in Boston and Minneapolis. He saw first-hand how music could unite people in sound, rhythm, and emotion. “One of the reasons…Read More