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He’s the legendary astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History. Popular Science: Would you rather have a jetpack or flying car? Neil deGrasse Tyson: What I would rather have is a transportation system that requires neither: a wormhole. PS: What incredible thing will we see in our lifetime? NDT: I think that we will know whether or not there’s life on planets other than Earth. And I think the best location would
#NetworkScience In the current issue of the Network Science Center Newsblast Dr. James Gatewood discusses how mathematical modelling, networks, and smart technologies are shaping and influencing cities. Click here to read this issue of the Network Science Center’s Newsblast.
Oh, dear. I didn’t think I’d be writing about that wretched hive of Dunning-Kruger scum and quackery, the most inaptly named website and blog of all time, The Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR), after having written about it just earlier this week. When last we visited this klatsch of smugly arrogant moms, one of them was…