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8 Predictions for What the World Will Look Like in 20 Years
Less sex, two dueling internets, and more expert predictions for life in 2039.
How Did the End of the World Become Old News?
This month, the world saw an unprecedented global heat wave, wildfires in the Arctic Circle — and virtually no headlines about climate change.
9 Top Architects Share Their Dream Projects to Improve (or Save) New York City
Norman Foster, Charles Renfro, Rafael Viñoly, and David Rockwell have big ideas.
The Specter of Climate Change Hangs Over Hurricane Harvey
These once-in-a-generation storms will become more frequent, and more expensive.
Where’s Our Laser-Shooting Mosquito Death Machine?
Nathan Myhrvold said he was making just that in 2010. We’re still waiting.
Who Needs Bankers When You Have Robots?
They have already invaded the market. Their total victory is where things get interesting.
Welcome to the Age of Robot Animals
Are mosquito soldiers the answer to the Zika virus?
Adventures in the Science of the Superorganism
Maybe we’re not infested with aliens. Maybe the aliens are part of what makes us us.
Stephen Colbert Campaigns as Herman Cain in Latest S.C. Ad
They swear that Colbert is not coordinating with the committee.
Stephen Colbert’s Super PAC Releases ‘Mitt Romney Is a Serial Killer’ Ad
Just days after Colbert hands control over to Jon Stewart.