Recent developments in science and technology
Can a baby tell how many fingers you’re holding up?
Arithmetic sans parietal cortex: not as easy as it sounds
Counting from infancy to adulthood
Are humans born racists?
The value of knowing your psychologically built-in limitations
George battles technology in Germany and Spain
John fondly remembers crashing a Navajo peyote ceremony
Mind-reading machine scans contents of the visual cortex
George defends science journalism from Abbie Smith
Are music and rhythm neurologically fundamental?
The brilliance of David Foster Wallace
The disease that will kill you if nothing else does
Is aging an evolutionary adaptation?
The nasty biological details of growing old
Wouldn’t it be awful if no one ever died?
Why are so few senior citizens excited about cryonics?
Eliezer confesses to being horrified by aging
Ed’s new book, “Not Exactly Rocket Science”
The nice thing about a hypercritical comments section
Why Ed left the laboratory but didn’t leave science
Ed and Abbie swap stories about becoming a science blogger
Abbie on the search for an HIV vaccine
A geek’s guide to vampire fiction