Science, Culture, Meaning
with Adam Frank and Marcelo Gleiser
Binary stars and common envelope evolution illustrate messy but “tasty” science.
Multi-messenger astronomy further widens our window to the universe.
Fundamental physics must reconsider its current path and value system.
Nietzsche, physics, and the seduction of an idea.
What I learned in a busy Brazilian bus terminal.
Sabine Hossenfeder has some problems with how it’s practiced today.
To spur action on climate change, we need a story of mythical proportions.
Without it, there’s no such thing as a full life.
Thanks to genetic engineering, a child can now have three parents. But is it a good idea?
Digging deeper into last week’s revelations about the Red Planet.