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An intriguing proposal about what makes reality tick under the surface.
The author on writing his new book, “The Ascent of Information.”
Why men put down other men by attacking their masculinity.
How a bad “fact” helped the lab-leak hypothesis go viral.
Exploring the intersection of physical and biological laws.
To beat our worst enemy, we must first let it grow.
Walking upright made our ancestors easy prey. It also made them get smart.
It’s a golden age for finding new and mysterious forms of deep-sea life.
How the story of human evolution continues to branch out.
Mining the mysteries of Uranus and Neptune.
Hallucinatory drugs may allow our brains to let go of prior beliefs.
A natural wonder of the big theropod was how it conserved energy.
Recent fossilized bone discoveries in China and Israel support the exciting possibility of new, previously unknown species of archaic humans that wandered the planet alongside Homo sapiens.…Read More
In “All Eyes on Me,” a song from his new Netflix special Inside, the musician-comedian Bo Burnham pauses to ask, “You want to hear a funny story?” He tells us that, five years ago,…Read More
Three decades ago, a small group from within the AIDS activist organization ACT UP changed the course of medicine in the United States. They employed what they called “the outside/inside…Read More
The history of science so far has been a triumph of reductionism. Biology can be reduced to chemistry, chemistry can be reduced to atomic physics, and atoms are made of elementary particles…Read More