How an Earth science outsider finally put the Pangea puzzle together
A journey from the Himalayas to the edge of our cosmic horizon in space and time
The plodding photon, or how the speed of light looks sluggish on a galactic scale
The missing fossils matter as much as the ones we have found
Adrian Currie & Derek Turner
Welcome to Terra Sapiens
What say you, dinosaur?
Laws or comets?
Deep time’s uncanny future is full of ghostly human traces
How the face of a distant star reveals our place in the cosmos
How multicoloured side-blotched lizards put game theory into evolutionary action
It might be our placid nocturnal companion, but the Moon has a turbulent past
There is no death, only a series of eternal ‘nows’
Robert Lanza & Bob Berman
A science without time
Where do minds belong?
A tyrannosaur of one’s own
Laurie Gwen Shapiro
Richard Feynman on why science adds beauty in the Universe: it does not subtract
Our existence is both cosmically trivial and linked to everything that ever was
Was there any before, before the Big Bang?
Last hominin standing
In the beginning
Written in stone
Save the Universe
How scientists at the ALMA telescope in Chile decode the secrets of the cosmos
The end is not near
J L Schellenberg
Embracing the void