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What Is Life? - Issue 106: Intelligent Life

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Let me tell you what it’s like to be an astrobiologist.I painted...

Where Aliens Could Be Watching Us - Issue 106: Intelligent Life

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Do you ever feel like someone is watching you? They could be...

Existential Comfort Without God - Issue 106: Intelligent Life

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Last month, Harvard University named a new Chief Chaplain: Greg Epstein, an...

The Problem with Depression Doping - Facts So Romantic

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If we medically insulate, or precipitously shield, emerging adults from introspection and...

No Species Is an Island - Issue 105: Whale Songs

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The following is adapted from a speech Roger Payne gave at this...

The Whale Who Will Come Soon - Issue 105: Whale Songs

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The beachfront narrows to an ocherous ribbon, belted by blue, above and...

The Man Who Seduced the World with Whale Songs - Issue 105: Whale Songs

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It’s been more than 50 years since biologist Roger Payne brought whale...

The Hard Problem of Consciousness Has an Easy Part We Can Solve - Facts So Romantic

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Our General Resonance Theory of consciousness, a framework with a panpsychist foundation...

We Have to Talk About Doubt - Issue 104: Harmony

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What is the role of reasonable doubt in advancing science? And how...

The Universe Has Already Made Almost All the Stars It Will Ever Make - Issue 104: Harmony

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Our human world is soaked in light. For starters there are the...

My Personal Quest to Study Supernovae on Mars - Issue 104: Harmony

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I walked out of the airlock onto the blood-red Martian surface. My...

Here’s Where Our Minds Sharpen in Old Age - Facts So Romantic

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There are ways we get smarter with age, even in the domain...