Awaiting test results, Emily contemplates her life with or without cancer, and her lives with or without cancer in other parts of the multiverse.
Will Hunting isn’t the only misguided mathematician with a Hollywood story. Meet Evariste Galois, the OG of algebra. Real duels, real guns, real murder.
Fat, sugar, lactose, gluten. No matter what it is, some food doctor says it’s slowly killing you. Is nothing sacred? Truly, what else is left to eat?
You believed in science. You believed in your dad. And now, your dad the physicist is busting some science myths he helped create. Is nothing sacred?
Mathematical concepts can sometimes be difficult. Luckily, Jesse’s here to answer your questions as simply as possible. Like, is infinity a number?
OK, OK. So yesterday, we accepted that there might be aliens. But wait, are the aliens building a Dyson Sphere? And while we’re at it, what the hell is a Dyson Sphere?
When one of the greatest physicists of the 20th century blurts out “WHERE ARE THEY?!” and scientists start referring to a WTF Star, you know something’s up. Aliens. Maybe for real.
So maybe it’s NOT that the robots are going to take over and murder us all. Maybe we’ll willfully hand it all over. What if we’re really that stupid?
It’s early morning in the everglades, and Jesse is on an outdoor excursion to see the scariest, stickiest, and strangest of Florida’s wildlife.