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Uncovering the molecules that keep our mind and body in a daily rhythm.
Superdeterminism, a long-abandoned idea, may help us overcome the current crisis in physics.
Think you can read people’s emotions? Think again.
You too can build a phone that feels good to use. Some soldering required.
How an aerial-combat theory can help fight the outbreak.
An alarming warning from experts before the real outbreak.
How to be vigilant and cautious without slamming the panic button.
Tracing the path of a pandemic.
An advocate of virtual exams has a second opinion.
The astonishing relevance of the British writer’s story, “The Machine Stops.”
On April 15, 2020, 2,271 people in the United States will die from COVID-19. That day, the U.S. will be short 61,509 hospital beds, 33,440 slots in intensive care units, and 26,753 ventilators.…Read More
Needing to clear my head, I went down to the Penobscot River. There they were, swimming with the mergansers, following an early pulse of river herring to the mouth of Kenduskeag stream:…Read More
Parts of the world might have shut down, but nature never does. Even while people stay at home and learn about physical distancing, weather, tectonic shifts, meteorites, and solar storms…Read More
Amid all the calls in nearly every country for social distancing, the most powerful tool we have to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, one important fact gets lost: We are fundamentally…Read More