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Scientists who study complex systems offer solutions to the pandemic.
The 2008 financial crisis taught me about the illusion of control, and how to give it up.
How the first Americans made their way from Siberia to Patagonia.
Why shows like “The Walking Dead” might help us cope with the real thing.
On the red planet, existential threats abound.
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine‘s Abstractions blog.We consider the brain the very center of who we are and what we do: ruler of our senses, master of our movements; generator…Read More
I get constantly asked if I could please comment on other people’s theories of everything. That could be Garrett Lisi’s E8 theory or Eric Weinstein’s geometric unity or Stephen Wolfram’s…Read More
Belief is a special kind of human power. Agustin Fuentes, an anthropologist at the University of Notre Dame, eloquently claims as much in his recent book Why We Believe: Evolution and the…Read More
The Australian philosopher David Chalmers famously asked whether “philosophical zombies” are conceivable—people who behave like you and me yet lack subjective experience. It’s an…Read More