- Researchers have been trying for over 60 years to detect dark matter.
- There are many theories about it, but none are supported by evidence.
- The mass-energy-information equivalence principle combines several theories to offer an alternative to dark matter.
Mathematically, it is a monster, but we can understand it in plain English.
Life finds a way — particularly if it has a moon.
Signals from across the universe point toward a fascinating possibility.
Reality is more distorted than we think.
The 17-year-old climate activist gets a lot of criticism online. Which of those critiques hold water?