The science guy won a debate—and subsidized the enemy
This is what happens when you engage with enemies of science: You win a debate—and underwrite their claptrap propaganda
New research on soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
Two to seven percent of British soliders report PTSD. Twenty-one to twenty-nine percent of Americans display symptoms. What can America do to close this gap?
Don't try this at home—try it at a bar instead.
A new study found that thousands of turbines drastically reduce storm surges and wind speeds.
You'd be bothered if you saw flyers for faith-healing at your natural-foods grocer. Why don't ads for homeopathy bother you, too?
An actual academic lends his name to the effort, but the results are still bunkum.
A letter to the man behind the theory
A letter to the father of evolution. Amazingly, he's still controversial.
This piece originally appeared on newstatesman.com. Remember the fungus chair?
My daughter on the Nye/Ham event: "it's not fair because the stupid guy gets to use his imagination and Bill Nye has to use facts." -@GodFreeWorld
This piece first appeared on newstatesman.com. For a scientist whose career was made by his work on black holes, it might seem a little confusing to read that Stephen Hawking now thinks that they don’t exist.