Ever wanted to ask a NASA astronomer a question? Michelle Thaller is Big Think's resident space pro, and she is taking questions right now!
Is Donald Trump a plutocrat in populist's clothing? Martin Amis defends rational thought over anti-intellectualism—which might just be the greatest con in American politics.
Got drama in your life? Here's how to recognize the high-conflict personality instigating it and avoid playing into their hands.
Raw talent doesn't just exist in ivy league business schools, says superstar business consultant Ram Charan.
When you're at the top of a business, you might be tempted to say to your employees that everything is fine because you have all the answers.
Evangelical Christians are abandoning their core beliefs to follow a cult leader, says Reza Aslan.
Is today a repeat of yesterday? Rob Bell explains how the Japanese concept of Ikigai can help you wake up with a sense of wonder and purpose.
Where will you work in the future? As automation revs its engine, we may have overlooked a vast middle ground where human intelligence and machine intelligence collaborate.
Spirituality plays a different ballgame than science, so the language used in either of them doesn't often match up to the other side. This, says religious teacher Rob Bell, creates a lot of conflicts.
Creative and original thinking takes both patience and practice. Because your brain is actively trying to fight it.
At the dawn of the AI era, where decisions made now could affect the future of mankind, regulation over tech giants is needed now more than ever.
Who or what is God? One religion answers this question better than the others
"Life is brutal, and becoming resentful about your relative position is a way to make it more brutal," says Jordan Peterson.
A great sermon doesn’t mean setting props on fire—but it sure doesn’t hurt, says Rob Bell.
We constantly seek new information to keep our mind's sharp.
Facebook might be the biggest social network but it's far from the first, despite what those in Silicon Valley will have you believe.
Is the world actually flat? Let's ask someone who has some actual perspective on the subject... from space.
To become a talent-driven industry leader, companies need a new power player in their C-Suite: the CHRO (Chief Human Resources Officer).
Martin Amis explains why the biggest challenge of free speech is learning to use it responsibly.