The multiverse theory states that our universe just got lucky. But new research calls that luck into question.
Some things in life just can’t be explained. And that’s okay.
New research suggests young children want to share—but they don’t yet understand how much they have.
Binary stars and common envelope evolution illustrate messy but “tasty” science.
Part of it is due to a common psychological phenomenon called “prevalence-induced concept change.”
That’s only one question posed by a new analysis of an extraordinary Australopithecus skeleton.
Not necessarily, according to the results of a new study.
A variety of brain functions may depend on comparisons between actual experiences and the brain’s modeled expectations.
Clay Routledge on his upcoming book on motivation and supernatural belief.
Our ancestors may have left Africa hundreds of thousands of years earlier than thought.