By Daniel DeNicola
Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the last resort of the wilfully ignorant, the person who is cornered by evidence and mounting opinion: ‘I believe climate change is a hoax whatever anyone else says, and I have a right to believe it!’ But is there such a right?
By Michael Strauss
As an astrophysicist, I am always struck by the fact that even the wildest science-fiction stories tend to be distinctly human in character. No matter how exotic the locale or how unusual the scientific concepts, most science fiction ends up being about quintessentially human (or human-like) interactions, problems, foibles and challenges
By Pawan Naidu
I think it’s safe to say our brains are not lazy. With storing memory, sending signals to every part of our body and constantly intaking knowledge they like to work. But we might be falling into the trap of letting our brains get complacent.