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Unless they tell us, how can we know what someone else feels—or if they feel anything at all?
Will it be God or science which finally allows us to live forever? Perhaps time, and patience, will tell.
The search for room-temperature zero-resistance materials.
Can politics coexist with science? Sometimes, we have to make a choice.
The moon has had an impact on art and science alike. What makes this luminous blob so enticing?
A quick brush through art fraud.
Fixing machines is easy; fixing living creatures is hard. Or is it the other way round?
How do you know your food is fresh? It started with Al Capone.
A road is made, but a route is found: here’s how the threshold’s cousin steps up the roadside game.
Does satisfaction depend on what you have—or on how you think about it?
What link exists between hypnotic drugs, sleep-related issues and hypnosis?
Why do I find it so much easier to read fanfiction than new fiction?
Did consciousness arise from the physical world—or was it the other way round? Here's what (and how) we think today.
Oral traditions, the new hit song, and the fine line between inspiration and exploitation.
How a quest for Neapolitan pizza became a crypto-traditional discovery.
The words of the prophet are written on the subway walls.
Language can influence the way you think. But do robots think?
Shazam helps you identify and discover new music. But what about identifying and discovering new birds?