The clever use of quantum superposition can muddy certain cause-and-effect relationships.
This one arrived too late for Greg Cootsona’s book, Mere Science and Christian Faith.
Liberating oneself from rebirths might seem irrelevant to the non-believer. But nirvana is also a profound psychological goal.
Podcast host Robert Wright’s lively conversation with the Harvard psychologist.
If you have trouble being thankful, you’re not alone. Luckily, there’s something you can do about it.
The space agency hasn’t funded the search for extraterrestrial intelligence for 25 years. Could that soon change?
A conversation with Joshua Hook, co-author of Cultural Humility: Engaging Diverse Identities in Therapy.
Beliefs can be false, unwarranted by evidence or reasoned consideration. They can also be morally repugnant.
Mathematicians bridge the divide between infinity and the physical world.
In Sweden, surgically embedded microchips are like digital keychains.