Michael Segal

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    Why the Flow of Time Is an Illusion

    Getting human feeling to match the math is an ultimate goal in physics.

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    Why the Brain Is So Noisy

    The surprising importance of spontaneous order and noise to how we think.

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    Are There Bacteria in Your Brain?

    A surprising new result catches the attention of the neuroscience community.

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    We Need an FDA For Algorithms

    UK mathematician Hannah Fry on the promise and danger of an AI world.

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    Have Balloons and Ice Broken the Standard Model?

    How five anomalous events at two neutrino experiments provide evidence for supersymmetry.

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    The Online Magazine You Can’t Read Online

    A software engineer tackles the distractions of online reading.

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    Does Theranos Mark the Peak of the Silicon Valley Bubble?

    John Carreyrou talks to Nautilus about the lessons of a $1 billion fraud.

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    Meet Harvard’s Own Poet-Physician

    Rafael Campo on finding the humanity in medicine and science.

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    Why Smelling the Opposite Sex Can Age You

    It’s possible that sensing the presence of a female may effectively activate processes involved in reproduction, which might facilitate a male’s reproductive success if those females were around, but could increase aging as a consequence.Classic Film / Flickr There’s the usual advice. If you want to live longer, exercise. Eat green vegetables. Avoid stress. Nautilus […]

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    Why a Hedge Fund Started a Video Game Competition

    The chief technology officer of one of the world’s largest hedge funds talks data.