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Exposing the damned lies of three science pioneers.
Quit worrying whether time is money. Start appreciating time’s true value.
A bold project codes human data into microbes that will survive for millions of years.
Science and ancient Greeks agree—Stoicism increases well-being.
We need a diversity of crops to adapt to Earth’s changing climate.
Adventures in space travel remind us how imprecisely we measure reality.
A neuroscientist searches for the roots of feeling innately connected to nature.
Enjoy the 2020 winners of a natural photography competition.
Wisdom from the end of the Earth.
One day in 1787, Benjamin Franklin emerged from the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, where the founders were debating the shape of a new government. He was confronted by Elizabeth…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine’s Abstractions blog.Our sense of time may be the scaffolding for all of our experience and behavior, but it is an unsteady and subjective…Read More
Imagine you’ve moved into a new neighborhood. You and your new neighbor, Jack, quickly build a friendly rapport and, after a couple weeks, you give him a set of keys, in case of emergency.…Read More
One of my favorite words is lox,” says Gregory Guy, a professor of linguistics at New York University. There is hardly a more quintessential New York food than a lox bagel—a century-old…Read More