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Understanding the odds lets you play with them.
How ambiguity in language can create unique taboos.
How massive parallelism lifts the brain’s performance above that of AI.
My team thought we’d proved cosmological inflation. We were wrong.
How counting sunspots unites the past and future of science.
The evolution of B-2s and lizards.
Nine letters by Freeman Dyson portray his relationship with the Nobel Laureate.
Using molecular codes, plants cry for help, ward off bugs, and save each other.
How mirror neurons affect the experience of fandom.
Space mining is no longer science fiction. By the 2020s, Planetary Resources and Deep Space Industries—for-profit space-mining companies cooperating with NASA—will be sending out swarms…Read More
How did we humans manage to build a global civilization on the cusp of colonizing other planets? It seems like such an unlikely outcome. After all, we were prone to cycles of war and famine for…Read More
In the Netflix anime series Knights of Sidonia, humankind is marooned in a spaceship 500,000-strong, refugees constantly on the run from shapeshifting aliens who destroyed Earth over 1,000…Read More
There’s the full-body bedroom mirror, the bathroom mirror, and the trusty living-room mirror, the one closest to the front door—the last one I look at before presenting myself to the…Read More