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125 – Stuart Kauffman on Physics, Life, and The Adjacent Possible

This week’s guest is living legend, transdisciplinary scientist-philosopher Stuart Kauffman, whose pioneering work on self-organization and the emergence of order helped launch the field of complex systems science and has brought us to the very edge of understanding the origins… Continue Reading →

Brain Interface: A Vision Shared by Few, Feared by Many, and Destined for All

When I was approached to join Kernel, a startup building brain interfaces (BI), I was hesitant. I knew that the path to commercialize this technology was (and is) fantastically challenging. After nearly a year of working with Kernel as an… Continue Reading →

Existential Risk Threatens Human Immortality

Deadly environmental pollution has become an existential risk that threatens the prospect not just for human immortality, but for the long-term survival of our species and a great many others. Here we will focus on the nuclear waste aspect of… Continue Reading →

The Future is Scientific

“Thus the center of the system of the world is immovable.” – Isaac Newton, Principia Mathematica, (Book 111) (1687) Article originally published as “The Sunset of the Alchemy of Uncertainty” by the World Future Society – wfs.org. Gradually, the medieval… Continue Reading →

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