Yes, there are reasons to worry about Twitter, but it's not about the bots.
A clear alternative has yet to emerge.
One home was printed in 28 hours. Now, Alquist 3D is building 200 more.
An analogy explains the greater fool theory: You don’t have to run faster than the bear to get away; you just have to run faster than the other guy.
Our economy is dominated by middlemen, including huge companies such as Walmart and Amazon. There are many benefits to going direct instead.
The sonnenrad is a Heathen symbol composed of 12 repeated runes.
This marks a historic moment in humanity’s relationship to the planet.
Polarization or misunderstanding?
The last time the population shrank was during the great famine of 1959-61.
At least 33 cities are sinking by more than 1 cm a year.
Suppose that fetuses are persons. Since pregnant people are too, how should conflicts between them be settled?
Only 1% of corn grown is the U.S. is the type that people eat.
An effect called the "urban heat island" means that temperatures are often 10 degrees higher in cities, according to NASA.
Shame is a powerful tool that must be used with care.
Geopolitics is not a magic 8-ball. But making financial decisions — such as those regarding retirement — in a multipolar world without geopolitics is akin to flying blind in a storm.
Could Russia's plan actually destroy demand for natural gas?
Aristotle's ancient virtues play a vital role in today's war.
Singapore is a breeding ground of truly green buildings.
And debate over it started soon after.
Here’s how it works.
Israel looks to deploy its “Iron Beam” air-defense system within the year.
Some question the ethics of sanctions aimed at cancelling Russian art and culture and punishing ordinary citizens.
Is there victory in defeat?
Elon Musk's successful bid to take over Twitter has fragmented the internet along predictably partisan lines. But only time will tell whether this is a good or bad thing.