So recent you can still taste the bile
If this holds up – IF – it’s great news. However, typically, by the time the whole story catches up to the press release, we learn it’s actually going to take some time before we achieve widespread, cost-effective commercialization. But … Continue reading
This edition is a cool potpourri, with some gorgeous “art.” Details below the jump per usual.
I share this bit from Cafe Hayek partly because of what it says about science but mostly for the awesome Ben Franklin quote. In last week’s podcast I spoke with Ian Ayres about the power and limitations of data analysis. … Continue reading
Plus a video taken from the ISS, of flying over earth at night. Details below the jump, per usual.
Very interesting piece in the current issue of National Review, “The Anthropology of Manhood – Evolution, society, and the male propensity for violence.” Loads of good, provocative stuff, including these little gems: About evolution’s role: “(T)here is no way to … Continue reading
From City Journal in August 2016, John Tierney writes about The Real War on Science. My liberal friends sometimes ask me why I don’t devote more of my science journalism to the sins of the Right. It’s fine to expose … Continue reading
Good piece by Oren Cass, Truth is Just a Detail, at City Journal: Wallace-Wells’s article is a quintessential illustration of what I have described in Foreign Affairs as “climate catastrophism.” He ignores humanity’s capacity for adapting to changes that will occur slowly … Continue reading