Space exploration is about to kick start a new era of nuclear energy and another chance to get the future right.
by Greg Fish on 02.27.2023
Social media trolls declared “15-minute cities” to be a New World Order plan for open air mass prisons, derailing plans to make North American cities more livable yet again.
by Greg Fish on 02.16.2023
ChatGPT and its competitors are set to turn search, news, and social media into a complete dumpster fire.
by Greg Fish on 02.11.2023
According to the news, our planet’s core has stopped spinning and will soon reverse. What’s really happening is a lot less exciting, but still pretty neat.
by Greg Fish on 01.28.2023
One of scientists’ biggest fears about fungi and global warming is starting to slowly play out.
by Greg Fish on 01.24.2023
In a legal and technical first, a robot lawyer is about to help a human defendant. Is it a good idea? And what happens next?
by Greg Fish on 01.13.2023
Despite what cranks, frauds, and their fans will tell you, scientists do listen to amateurs with good ideas, as two recent news stories demonstrate.
by Greg Fish on 01.11.2023
Suburbs have long been the subject of consternation and ire from activists and urban planners, and research seems to agree with their critiques.
by Greg Fish on 01.05.2023
According to pundits and politicians, we live in a world where talent and reward go hand in hand. But basic statistics says that’s simply not possible.
by Greg Fish on 12.29.2022
After decades of promises, fusion research finally yielded the breakthrough we’ve all been waiting to see. Sort of. And there’s a lot of work still to do.
by Greg Fish on 12.28.2022