A look at how the Relativity of Wrong applies to conspiracy theories and science.
For Mental Health Awareness week, some insight into the search for a psychiatrist from the perspective of someone with mental health problems.
Warp drives aren't just the material of science fiction writers. Proper scientists are investigating them too.
How CP violation favours matter over antimatter, thus giving us the matter-dominated universe we see around us.
A plain English description of how light can be both a wave and a bunch of particles, as proven by the double-slit experiment.
A very simplified layman's view of the Schrödinger's cat paradox, where a cat can be both alive and dead at the same time.
Supermassive black holes are huge and incredibly heavy, so why doesn't their extreme gravity consume the entire galaxy?
People often confuse speed and velocity and thus end up confused about what acceleration is. This is a short explainer of those terms.
An article about the lives and philosophies of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, who had a massive influence on Western culture.
An overview of the 1927 Solvay Conference, which could be the greatest meeting of minds the world has ever seen.
A look at the Drake Equation, which is used to estimate the number of intelligent alien planets currently residing in the Milky Way galaxy. I plug my own numbers into it to see what comes out.