I drove up to Wyoming last month to photograph the eclipse. It was my first totality. Very cool.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is running an excellent special exhibition featuring examples of the amazing engineering observed in biology.
Suppose I want to build a car that’s capable of getting me from point A to point B. It minimally takes several dozen parts.
Perhaps because life is so common, it’s easy to lose sight of how tenuous it is. Life depends on a delicate balance of forces.
Look at the photo at the top of this post, and ask yourself: What’s the best-engineered object in view?
It’s long been said that the path to the right answers lies in asking the right questions.
In a recent ENV article, mathematician Granville Sewell asked an intriguing question.