Seeing Like Wednesday Sees

We have been treating the universe as matter, and its medium as space—and we have not yet solved the core ...
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The Same Ocean, in Different Cups

We love to pass judgments. He’s good. She’s bad. She’s extra-good. He’s extra-bad. I don’t find these classifications to be ...
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Pesticide-Induced Diseases

June 30, 2022 will be the 60th anniversary of the publication of Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, the groundbreaking book ...
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Paradoxical Reactions

Central to my health problems was that I was applying too much pressure to the crystal at the center of ...
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“Raisin” Is a Way of Seeing

The universe is expanding. So ... are we? A typical answer we get to this question is, essentially, No. The ...
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Charlie Brown and the Fish Bowl

(With thanks to David Bohm.) Imagine Charlie Brown is a physicist, and he has fish. Four different fish—or so he ...
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