Which is more truthful: science or art? On its face, this question presents a false choice. Science and art belong to two separate realms. Both express deep truths about existence, but in very different ways.
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Today’s popular green tech stories include how to sell hybrid vehicles, a surprise side effect of wind turbines, and a solar-powered dairy. Check it out.
With NASA’s oldest and most-flown space shuttle now delivered to its museum retirement home, the commercial future of American human spaceflight is taking center stage.
by Dave Klingler: SpaceX will fire all nine engines of the Falcon 9 rocket currently on the pad at Cape Canaveral, Florida today as part of a full-on dress rehearsal for the second launch of its Dragon spacecraft.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner has made aviation history by completing the first ever transpacific biofuel flight.
The Tennessee Valley Authority’s electrification of much of rural Tennessee marked an important chapter in the state’s energy history.
by Gretchen Reynolds: The value of mental-training games may be speculative, as Dan Hurley writes in his article on the quest to make ourselves smarter, but there is another, easy-to-achieve, scientifically proven way to make yourself smarter.
Buckminster fullerene molecules, the naturally occurring spheres made up of 60 carbon atoms, have long been suspected to have biological benefits.
Every day, we make decisions that have good or bad consequences for our future selves. (Can I skip flossing just this one time?) Daniel Goldstein makes tools that help us imagine ourselves over time, so that we make smart choices for Future Us.
Dan Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness, challenges the idea that well be miserable if we dont get what we want. Our “psychological immune system” lets us feel truly happy even when things dont go as planned.