Our baffling, ubiquitous new conveniences.
Magazine: Science & Tech
Imagine a pre-modern pandemic.
Batteries are great, but we still need petroleum.
Genetic testing will soon be cheap, routine, and ubiquitous.
Claims of stagnation are not persuasive.
Instead of new development, we got the Google piñata.
A review of Human Diversity: The Biology of Gender, Race, and Class, by Charles Murray.
But not the need for parental involvement.
Wind and solar will not be able to power it.