How to Respond to an Insult

Have you ever been stunned into silence by an insult—only to think of the perfect witty comeback two hours too late? Of course you have, and there’s a physiological reason… Read more

Maine Has the Lithium America Needs, But Won’t Allow Mining

This story was published in partnership with The Maine Monitor, a nonprofit and nonpartisan news organization. To get regular coverage from the Monitor, sign up for a free Monitor newsletter… Read more

More Cosmic Saber-Rattling From Russia’s Space Boss

The Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to extend its reach—not just around the world, but into space. For that we have Dmitry Rogozin—an intemperate man in what demands to be… Read more

Mass Shooting Rates By State

This June, one weekend saw 11 people killed and 60 injured in mass shootings. The end of that month marked the U.S.’s deadliest six months of mass shootings in decades,… Read more

Meet the 14-Year-Old Earthshot Finalist Who Invented a Solar Ironing Cart

Tell Vinisha Umashankar that your teen years pale in comparison to hers, and she is quick to remind you that everyone has a different life journey. But the 14-year-old also… Read more

Practically Everyone in the World Will See the Longest Eclipse of the Century Today. Here’s What to Know

The longest total lunar eclipse of the century is set to dazzle most of the world, except the U.S., just shy of a year after the 2017 solar eclipse created… Read more

Sylvia Earle Wants to Let You Befriend a Lobster

Saturday Nov.6 at the COP 26 summit in Glasgow is devoted to nature, specifically its “importance as part of global action on climate change.” This incorporates sustainable use of both… Read more

5 Takeaways From the 2023 World Air Quality Report_1

The rules of survival are simple: humans can live weeks without food, days without water, but only minutes without air. Air is the most vital resource to human life, and… Read more
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