When I joked back in 2019 that we’re now living in the world of Blade Runner, this isn’t quite what I meant.
Our plane of existence is doomed.
There’s no pandemic in this kitchen. Just the promise of perfect pizza.
There are centuries-old systems in this country that have lead to tragedies like George Floyd’s death.
During times of fear and stress, like a global pandemic, conspiracy theories offer a false sense of agency and control.
It’s almost like trusting American corporations to do what’s morally right when there’s a lot of money at stake is a bad idea.
The closest I’ll ever come to traveling at warp speed.
After years of observation and analysis, we can finally see the universe’s most extreme phenomenon.
It’ll take months, and even years, to recover from this devastation.
My wife has launched a new book-centric podcast.
Films by Charlie Chaplin and Cecil B. DeMille, books by Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert Frost, and even the “Charleston” are freely available.
A good magician doesn’t make you feel bad or dumb when they fool you.
We all have epistemic blind spots of which we are completely unaware.