John Tierney writes about science and the environment for the New York Times and is co-author of the parody The Best-Case Scenario Handbook.
The author of Garbage Land and Bottlemania, environmental writer Elizabeth Royte has appeared in the Best American Science Writing anthologies.
Elizabeth Kolbert writes about science and the environment for The New Yorker and is the author of the 2006 book Field Notes from a Catastrophe.
ESPN.com columnist and New Republic contributing editor Easterbrook is an outspoken commentator on topics ranging from football to space travel.
The very act of making decisions depletes our ability to make them well. So how do we navigate a world of endless choice?
Men in a relationship, unlike the unattached, tell themselves that a fertile woman isn’t really that attractive, researchers say.
From a helium balloon, Felix Baumgartner, no stranger to high jumps, intends to break the speed of sound in free fall.
Scientists explore a controversial theory about man’s origins.
The story of the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe has box-office potential.