In The Experience Machine, philosopher and scientist Andy Clark offers an updated theory of mind.
The jury found no real damages, but gave a sizeable punitive award that could be challenged on appeal.
More like total eclipse of the fun.
"You need meat, OK? We're going to have meat in Florida," DeSantis said during a press conference.
Officials admitted at COP28 that they are not "on track" to achieving climate goals. And they are not likely to be any time soon.
AEI's Tony Mills and British biochemist Terence Kealey debate whether science needs government funding.
The points about marijuana's risks and benefits that the department now concedes were clear long before last August.
Republican lawmakers criticized the former NIH official for playing "semantics" about lab leaks and gain-of-function research during closed-door congressional testimony this week.
A City on Mars is a counterbalance to the growing optimism over space exploration.
The year's highlights in blame shifting.
When people from historically privileged groups are facing censorship, that doesn't mean people in historically marginalized groups are actually being empowered.
A separation of science and politics might be called for.
Reason's Zach Weissmueller talked with the senator about his quest to uncover the origins of COVID-19 and hold Anthony Fauci accountable.
It's virtually certain that 2023 will be the warmest year ever in the instrumental temperature record.
The notion that COVID-19 came from a lab was once touted as misinformation. But now the FBI, the Energy Department, and others agree with Paul.
Social media overuse among teens may be a symptom, not the cause, of their distress.
The epidemiology of food and drink is a mess.
Despite years of Google primacy over Microsoft Bing, usage of Bing has more than doubled over the past three years and continues to grow.
The doomsday consensus around climate change is "manufactured," says scientist Judith Curry.
The country's favorite blue-collar champion calls attention to the 'skills gap' and asks why young men spend so much time online.
Asked about people in general, respondents perceive moral decline. But when asked about specific acts or people in their personal worlds, the data tell a different story.
No, it's not ethical to keep them from potentially lifesaving information about their babies—and themselves.
The Mars Sample Retrieval program is now estimated to cost double than what was originally projected.
The ruling is likely the first by a state supreme court to undercut the popular forensic technique.
The few good studies on teen depression and social media undercut attempts to establish causal connections between the two.
Most cancer diagnoses and deaths are due to cancers for which there are no recommended screening tests.
Education officials unveiled new rules on Tuesday which will mandate that city elementary schools use one of three "research-backed" reading curricula.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Refuses To Acknowledge the Government's Misrepresentation of Mask Research
Recent comments by former COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci contradict what public health officials told us during the pandemic.
A new satellite global temperature data series bolsters the case that climate models are running way too hot.
Eliminating taxation on compensation for being a human guinea pig is just good public policy.
Jonathan Haidt's integrity and transparency are admirable, but the studies he's relying on aren't strong enough to support his conclusions.
Nature's 2020 endorsement of Joe Biden changed no minds but did significantly undermine trust in science.