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Survival of the Nicest
November 8th, 2014

some writers have recently begun to wonder if Dawkins’ appraisal of evolution is too simplistic. Sex At Dawn by Christopher Ryan and Calcida Jetha in 2010 claimed the human pair bond instinct is a construct of agriculture and private property, suggesting that our ancestors lived in a time of resource and sexual plenty

When Skylab Came Crashing Down
July 8th, 2019

With public interest in space travel waning and the popularity of the US government plummeting thanks to the quagmire in Vietnam, budget cuts scuppered further moon landings and a Saturn V was freed up. NASA reworked von Braun’s plans for the hardware available, and Skylab was born.


Rise of the Machines
October 22nd, 2016

Like Digital vs Human, the recent book by futurist Richard Watson, war studies professor Thomas Rid’s Rise of the Machines takes a similar look at our relationship to technology. But where Watson’s was a more practical look at the near future extrapolated from the bleeding edge of today’s software and device science, Rise of the […]

The Breakthrough
July 8th, 2019

You might take any research related to cancer that uses superlatives (Breakthrough! Revolution!) with a huge pinch of salt. We’ve seen evening news soundbites cherry picking very inexact research for maximum impact for decades, all while just as many friends, colleagues and family members die of cancer as ever.


Actually, it is rocket science
October 1st, 2019

Since pre Nazi-era Germany, rocketry and space programs have undergone constant incremental shifts with the odd seismic change, and if SpaceX has anything to do with it, we might be in the midst of one of the biggest with the Raptor.

Jared Diamond writes about upheaval, but is ‘cautiously optimistic’
October 1st, 2019

I’ve gotten huge amounts of support from academics. There’s a small fringe of academics who dislike things I write and who are personally jealous that someone whose training was in gall-bladder physiology comes and writes about history in Australia. But if you’re going to be an author writing for the public you’ve got to develop a thick skin.






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July 8th, 2019

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January 14th, 2019

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October 22nd, 2016

The Internet is Not the Answer Everyone from Instagramming kids to governments of the world love digital technologies ...
February 28th, 2015

The Time Machine A new space-borne telescope will see farther than any man-made instrument before ...
July 8th, 2019

Never Enough The definitive Alcoholics Anonymous program offers sufferers an informal support mentor in ...
October 1st, 2019


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