A Q&A with Zoltan Istvan, the 2016 Transhumanist presidential candidate. The future is forged by pouring a stiff drink, kicking back, and taking a second to question everything. We here at Esquire.com
Business Insider interviewed Royden before his scheduled talk at the Commonwealth Club last month, and covered a number of topics, including the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and what makes a great spy. While
"So much of medicine is just based on the average patient," Dr. Eric Green said in an interview at Smithsonian magazine's "The Future is Here" festival. "There are so many cases where you'll give a medicine
And it’s testing out its new Darth Vader-style engines Tomorrow, the Air Force is scheduled to send its secret space plane back into orbit for undisclosed purposes. The two X-37Bs--unmanned, shuttle-like
NASA administrator Charles Bolden opened the Humans to Mars Summit at The George Washington University on Monday by telling an audience that the agency is on track to meet a goal set by President Obama
Seymour Hersh, Kathryn Bigelow and the problem with "Zero Dark Thirty": "We're getting the myth of history before getting
A few years ago, in the run-up to the Academy Awards, the movie “Zero Dark Thirty” became controversial, perhaps notorious, for its stance on torture. The political right – and loyalists of George W. --
The controversial gene editing technique is three years old, but just catching on in the mainstream now. CRISPR/Cas9, a gene-editing technique that can target and modify DNA with groundbreaking accuracy,
The startling research paper detailing the first-ever attempt to edit the genome of human embryos has aroused a great deal of interest and some alarm, but the nature of the DNA editing technique, known
Iran’s foreign minister issued a stern warning to Congress on Wednesday, saying the United States will isolate itself if lawmakers act to nullify a nuclear deal the administration is working to finalize
To chaotically combine particles, you need a lot of space ... and a lot of power The world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), famously upended physics with the discovery
Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/Murdo MacLeod Physicist Peter Higgs shared a Nobel prize with François Englert in 2013 for their work on the Higgs boson, which was identified by the LHC before it was shut …
NBC News - Cambridge physicist Stephen Hawking may speak out on global warming and space settlement as well as string theory, but his reputation really rests on his work on the frontiers of space, time and black holes. For scientists, then, the real buzz is over his latest research paper, which asserts that our universe is actually the result of fuzzy quantum interference involving a multitude of possibilities - including, just for instance, universes where Hawking rules the world.
Hawking doesn't mention his hegemony in the paper, titled "Populating the Landscape: A Top Down Approach" and accepted for publication in the journal Physical Review D (PDF file). I just made that up.
In at least three previous State of the Union speeches, President Barack Obama placed great emphasis on his “all of the above” energy strategy — one that includes both aggressive pursuit of renewables