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Want to understand the most mysterious object in the universe? Make one at home.
Quantum mechanics rescued our understanding of past and future from the black hole.
How reconciling opposites is driving the science of black holes forward.
Insisting that new ideas must be beautiful blocks progress in particle physics.
The high stakes of solving one of science’s most obstinate problems.
NASA is scheduled to probe the Jovian moon in 2023.
Those aggravating slowdowns aren’t one driver’s fault. They’re everybody’s fault.
“I felt elated, alive. ‘Look where we are!’ I shouted. ‘This is crazy!’”
Getting human feeling to match the math is an ultimate goal in physics.
One day, frustrated after many hours of meditation and practice, Bruce Lee, still a teenager, went sailing. His martial arts teacher, Yip Man, had been instructing Lee in the art of detachment,…Read More
In March, I was in Paris for the International Convention of Psychological Science, one of the most prestigious gatherings in cognitive science. I listened to talks from my field, human…Read More
A young bank teller is shot dead during a robbery. The robber flees in a stolen van and is chased down the motorway by a convoy of police cars. Careening through traffic, the robber runs…Read More
Should we be mindful of how popular “mindfulness” now is? Carl Erik Fisher says we should. Fisher is a professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University and a practicing psychotherapist…Read More