Down to Earth: Why is the story of climate catastrophe so hard to tell?
“At the very least, these are unprecedented times that call for new kinds of narratives—or perhaps new forms, entirely—that help make sense of our interrelated lives on a warming planet.”
Rats Who Giggle
Rather than being dismissed as anthropomorphic flapdoodle, animal cognition has now emerged as a vibrant field of respectable scientific inquiry.
Why IQs Rise
(with Tim Requarth)
In the mid-'80s, the political philosopher James Flynn noticed a remarkable but puzzling trend: for the past century, IQ scores in every industrialized nation have been steadily rising.