Sep 30–Oct 3, 2021
Apr 30, 2021–May 2, 2022
Oct 4–10, 2021
Heart-break is painful. There is no way around that. The loss of a loved one is devastating. It breaks you down. It tears you apart. The life that you thought you were living is no more. The person you thought you were, has died with your loved one.
With Sam Harris and Iain McGilchrist
Sam Harris speaks with Iain McGilchrist about the differences between the right and left hemispheres.
It starts with Being Human—and moves on from there
A Sample for our Supporters
By Judith Butler
Creating an Inhabitable World for Humans Means Dismantling Rigid Forms of Individuality
By Rainer Maria Rilke
We pass away, till at last, our passing is so immense that
By Aldous Huxley
Knowledge vs. Understanding and the Antidote to Our Existential Helplessness
By J. Krishnamurti
Simple life does not consist in the mere possession of a few things
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
By David Crookes
Can our brains help prove the universe is conscious?
Meet these 10 amazing women who changed our understanding of the cosmos
By Davide Castelvecchi
Hints of twisted light offer clues to dark energy’s nature
By Daniel Oberhaus
Jim Woodward’s peers have long dismissed his ideas about gravity and inertia. Now he believes he has the data that will prove him right—and could make interstellar travel possible for humans.
By Michelle Starr
Just three orbiting black holes can break time-reversal symmetry
By Jonathan Tennenbaum
An interview with renowned physicist and Big Bang theory critic Eric Lerner
By Adam Smith
Another universe existed before ours – and energy from it is coming out of black holes, says Nobel prize winner
By James Gleick
By Yasunori Nomura
We may soon have a new understanding of nature
By Paul Sutter
The Big Bounce theory was once thought impossible. But two physicists have just resurrected it.
With Jude Currivan
Our Universe is fundamentally inter-connected
By Natalie Wolchover
New Clues Come From a Century-Old Approach to Math.
In a new paper, physicists argue that axions could explain why the universe isn’t empty
By Conor Purcell
In some versions of quantum gravity, time itself condenses into existence.
By Carly Minsky
Scientists believe that mysterious dark matter is key to forming galaxies in the cosmos. Now, a recent series of bizarre findings threatens to undermine everything we think we know.
By Ethan Siegel
Of the 2 trillion galaxies contained within our observable Universe, 94% are already forever beyond our reach
Scientists have detected a mid-size black hole - considered the "missing link" in the understanding of these celestial brutes
If you were to go as far out into space as you can imagine, what would you encounter?
By Shawn Radcliffe
One of the great unsolved problems of modern physics is coming up with a theory of everything
A Link Between Dark Matter and Antimatter Could Be Why the Universe Exists
By Philip Perry
There is no dark matter. Instead, information has mass, physicist says
With Neil deGrasse Tyson
Dark Matter, Dark Gravity, Ghost Particles, & the Essence of All Objects
By Eleonora Di Valentino
In a curved universe, no matter which direction you travel in, you will end up at the starting point
The other side of black holes. Do they exist?
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