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Our digital technologies can in fact be cognitive aids.
Music reminds us why going solo goes against our better nature.
The fig is an ecological marvel. Although you may never want to eat one again.
We do not see things as they are. We see them as we are.
A botanist is introduced to escapees from the atomic bomb in Hiroshima.
Last year, the cover of New Scientist ran the headline, “Is the Universe Conscious?” Mathematician and physicist Johannes Kleiner, at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy in…Read More
Something about me must remind people of a blind 17th-century poet. My last name, Miton, is French, yet people outside of France invariably misspell it as “Milton”—as in the famed…Read More
Science without the gobbledygook.” That’s the name, and promise, of Sabine Hossenfelder’s YouTube show. The German theoretical physicist, whose main gig is as a Research Fellow at…Read More
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