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The entire Universe — or at least parts it — as interpreted through the brain Phil Plait: astronomer, science communicator, and goat herder...
Singal-Minded is a newsletter about stuff I, Jesse Singal, am interested in. The main idea is to cover instances in which science and social-justice-advocacy get in fights, with an eye toward helping them get along better. But there’s a lot…
When Elon Musk wanted to tell people about his quest to colonise Mars and get the world off fossil fuels, he called Tim to write the story. Superhuman logic and stick men drawings that will completely rewire your brain.
Reporting on cities, energy, and the environment Michael Shellenberger is a Time Magazine "Hero of the Environment,"Green Book Award winner, and the founder and president of Environmental Progress. He is author of
A practicing MD, scientist, and athlete sharing research into longevity, lipidology, performance, sleep, stress, exercise, and high performance.
Since the creation of the National Parks, the outdoor world has been accessible only to able, white, cishet males. Yet nature...
Welcome to my little email newsletter for writing, links, small life works, and recent reads. Wordpress offered a great start but email is a much cosier home, without those ad interruptions and the hell of ‘link in bio’ self-promotion. If you’re...
New Things Under the Sun is a free newsletter about recent-ish research on the economics of innovation, science of science, creativity, and discovery. It is written to be accessible to non-specialists, but with enough depth for you to understand the
The Roots of Progress is a personal project of Jason Crawford—an intellectual project, which may take many years, to understand the nature and cause of human progress. Think of this less as a newsletter, and more of a personal research...
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