What were the first organisms to have sex? We may never know the answer, but as Bill Nye explains in this Big Think interview, scientists are very interested in why sexual activity remains so popular in nature beyond the obvious reproductive implications.
Arianna Huffington describes what she calls "the third women's revolution": a transformation of the world and its social values in order to suit both genders.
Former NASA astronaut Ron Garan explains how the cooperative lessons learned through space exploration are applicable in other realms of life.
Like L. Ron Hubbard knew, the veneer of celebrity casts such a bright light that the details are obscured. Perhaps that’s why we call them ‘stars.’ The closer you get, the harder to observe the shadows being cast.
Clickbait and viral content may be fascinating or annoying depending on your perspective as an e-consumer, but to internet researchers the phenomenon is the stuff of scientific wonder.
Thomas Piketty is Professor of Economics at the Paris School of Economics and author of the landmark 2013 book Capital in the Twenty-First Century. He is the author of numerous…
Jane McGonigal, PhD is a world-renowned designer of alternate reality games — or, games that are designed to improve real lives and solve real problems. She believes game designers are on…