I defended Mark Zuckerberg in my Politico column today.
Science & Tech
We are not only not out of the woods, we're in a deep and dark thicket within the woods.
The country's experience should make us weary of technocratic promises.
Louis Rossmann on why he believes in the Right to Repair.
It looks like there is a good reason to keep an eye out for flying saucers.
The focus on antibody tests may have been misplaced.
The samples in Barcelona might be evidence of SARS-CoV-2, or it may be evidence of a genetically similar but distinct virus floating around the city in 2019.
Bits and pieces of “normal life” are out there, if you look in the right places.
In his book Dark Skies, political scientist Daniel Deudney defends the thesis that human safety requires the preservation of ignorance.
It's certainly fair to conclude that the overall message we have been receiving from the public-health complex hasn't been candid.