EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE
Why Do We Love Sports?
TikTok Is Causing A Mass Psychosis
The History of the Entire Universe
Thought Experiments No One Can Solve
This is a thought experiment. It uses a hypothetical and oftentimes somewhat ridiculous situation to help get us to the core of a deeper philosophical or scientific question. This one being: Is there anything about you that’s irreplaceable? If some kind of computerized robot-clone were to replace your body, mind and memories, would that new you be enough to fool your parents, siblings, best friend or partner? Or would there be a vital, unseen, internal piece of you missing? Something that can’t be quantified physically.
The Artemis Program: One Giant Leap for Humankind
What if Black Panther Was Real?
Minimalism: The Pursuit of Less
How to Buy Happiness With Money
Why Do We Laugh?
Dopamine: The Most Controversial Hormone
Augmented Reality and the Gamification of Society
Is Iran Experiencing a Revolution?
Iran has a long history of civil disobedience, especially in recent years as political corruption has grown and the economic situation in the country has deteriorated. But Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the rest of Iran’s authoritarian leaders have survived all past attempts to undermine their control. Some observers are suggesting that this time may be different. Although more than 200 people have been killed in the fighting, protesters are showing no signs of backing down. Many seem willing to give up their lives for the cause. Considering all of this, it begs the question, are we seeing a revolution happening before our very eyes?