As Europe struggles through its third year of financial crisis, Amartya Sen says problems of democracy and financial management are at the heart of the crisis, and austerity is likely to make the situation worse.
The $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory rover is closing in on the red planet for a high-stakes plunge to the surface using an untried 'sky crane' technique to ensure a pinpoint landing on the floor of Gale Crater.
Heroin makes me happy. I’m crazy about cocaine. I’m mad about meth and I love LSD. And not because I’ve ever taken any of these drugs or ever would. No, quite the contrary. What I love about them is the chemistry. Because the effects of these drugs may be dire, but the science is cool.
Pussy Riot members accused of blasphemy and hatred of religion? The answer is easy: the true blasphemy is the state accusation itself, formulating as a crime of religious hatred something which was clearly a political act of protest against the ruling clique.
As unbelievable as it sounds, it's thought that up to a third of all the Earth's organisms by mass live in rocks and sediments. Suffice to say, we know excruciatingly little about the lives and ecology of these highly inaccessible creatures.
Here you have it. It's not the super-HD panoramic image that everyone is eagerly waiting for, but this is the first high(ish) resolution image of the 3-mile-high Aeolis Mons, commonly known as Mount Sharp.
We know how to deal with suspicious packages – as carefully as possible! These days, we let robots take the risk. But what if the robots are the risk? Some commentators argue we should be treating AI (artificial intelligence) as a suspicious package, because it might eventually blow up in our faces. Should we be worried?
The John Templeton Foundation grant to UC Riverside philosopher John Fischer will fund research on aspects of immortality, including near-death experiences and the impact of belief in an afterlife on human behavior.
We all grow up fantasizing about vaporizing the Earth, but only one of us gets to be the first to make it happen, and trust me, the rest of y'all are running out of time. In lieu of doing the real thing, some planetary scientists at are running Earth vaporizing simulations to help them figure out what alien worlds are made of.
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