Although equal parts Hollywood blockbuster and Putinist propaganda, "Trotsky" still manages to capture the good, the bad, and the ugly of Russia’s revolutionary past.
Society treats teenagers as if they’re a problem to be solved, but the truth is that we have to prepare them to solve our problems. It’s time that we change the narrative.
It doesn't matter how ridiculous a lie is. As long as it is repeated often enough, some people will believe it.
As Russia’s youth welcomed a new era of capitalism in the 1990s, their parents and grandparents clung to fleeting memories of Soviet life.
From a desert oasis to the Rocky Mountains, being filled with awe makes me a better scientist.
What’s one of the most reliable indicators that a first date is going well? The answer might lie in how closely the couple is matching each other’s behavior and physiology. […]
Remote work is here to stay. Here are a few ways to enhance remote training in a post-pandemic future.
One god stands for order, logic, and reason. The other stands for chaos, madness, and drunkenness. Nietzsche thinks you need both.
Reductionism offers a narrow view of the Universe that fails to explain reality.
There are so many problems, all across planet Earth, that harm and threaten humanity. Why invest in researching the Universe?
Circle spoofing is an advanced form of GPS manipulation – but nobody knows exactly how, or why.
What value does wit hold in genres defined by brute strength?
Experiencing too much pleasure and not enough pain may yield counterintuitive consequences.
The way to understand the earliest moments of creation is to recreate those conditions and study them. Why would we stop now?
In all of science, no figures have changed the world more than Einstein and Newton. Will anyone ever be as revolutionary again?
Scientists find two 30-second techniques that prevent dizziness upon standing.
In "Off the Edge", journalist Kelly Weill dives down the strange rabbit hole of the flat-Earther community.
Although saying the wrong thing could often get you killed in ancient civilizations, history shows that the ideal of free speech has deep roots.
Despite all that we've learned about the Universe, there remain unanswered, and possibly unanswerable, questions. Could "God" be the answer?
The Universe has asymmetries, but that's a good thing. Imperfections are essential for the existence of stars and even life itself.