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How artificial homes for pathogens may lead to better medicine.
We don’t like cookie-cutter suburbs, but we buy there anyway.
Our home in the universe continues to rock out of control.
Searching the heavens for our sun’s family.
When exile becomes home.
Living in transition, between cultures, we are discovering who we are.
Early man chose pints over pastry. Wouldn’t you?
Why do investors prefer to put their money to work at home?
It matters only that we think, not how we think.
Shouldn’t neighborhoods be as diverse as the swamps and forests that surround them?
The hybrid ecologies of Frankfurt Airport show us how homes and borders intersect.
The ultimate treasure hunt for the key in our brains that unlocks our difference.
Nothing obstructs access to the truth like a belief in absolute truthfulness.
Transportation optimization starts with math, but ends in understanding human behavior.
Chance encounters in the life of Andrei Kolmogorov.
Does the Fame Virus plague our youth, and is multimedia to blame?
Want to see evidence of other universes? Just look up.
Call the daring marine biologist and paleontologist “Professor Nautilus.”
The right distractions can boost creativity.
Our picture of man’s early home has been skewed by modern preconceptions.
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