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On the Future

by Rebecca Foster

Martin Rees has been England’s Astronomer Royal since 1995; he also taught at Cambridge University. With his prestigious scientific background, he is well-positioned to comment on the opportunities and threats that humanity faces in... Read More

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Beyond Weird

by Rebecca Foster

If so great a physicist as Richard Feynman once claimed that “nobody understands quantum mechanics,” what hope do we laypeople have? Luckily, Philip Ball, a freelance writer (formerly of Nature magazine) who has published widely on... Read More

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It's a Question of Space

by Jeff Fleischer

A thirty-year NASA veteran, Clayton Anderson can list myriad impressive accomplishments: two missions to the International Space Station, six space walks, and the underdog story of becoming an astronaut after being rejected fifteen... Read More

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Bad Advice

by Susan Waggoner

Every day, thousands of “leading experts” tell us what to embrace and what to avoid. But how useful is the advice? How do useless trends and products make their way into the public sphere while harmless ones become villains? "Bad... Read More

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The Quantum Revelation

by Susan Waggoner

In "The Quantum Revelation", Paul Levy focuses on aspects of quantum theory to propose a merging of science and spiritual awareness. The likely response to any mention of quantum physics is a “count me out” roll of the eyes. It’s... Read More

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