GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: We’re usually travelling smoothly into the future at the rate of one second per second, but going backwards is a bit more complicated, says Dr Karl.
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GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Many factors have contributed to how Earth has changed over time, but humankind has been a major contributor in a relatively short period of time, writes Dr Karl.
GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Why do stars look pointy even though they’re actually spheres of plasma sans points or spikes? Dr Karl dissects the anatomy of vision.