Fears of overpopulation have been stoked by wildly inaccurate predictions for centuries. When are we going to learn better?
A classic children's novel questions the central tenant of transhumanism.
The targeted use of immigration by the Chinese government could result in the dilution of the Hong Kongese identity.
Outrage has replaced reason in the debate surrounding biodiversity and poisoned the way we talk about workable solutions.
To utilize their own logic, the New York Times' 1619 project can trace its roots back to the father of Communism.
For a fascination that can easily grow into an addiction, tremendous difficulty is a good thing.
Critiques of modern art, or anything, are perhaps done best with a healthy dose of good-natured humor.
There's something oddly satisfying about giving everything a good clean once in a while.
A lot of human society is based around fossil fuels. What would the consequence be if we eliminated them?
Should we throw out all prejudices? Perhaps we need to be a bit more selective.
The Allies came together to fight World War II 80 years ago, and we're losing the stories those who served can tell.
White nationalism is in fact a very specific form of rootlessness, an ideology of alienation.
Facebook and Neuralink are hoping to be able to read or directly connect to your brain. This presents a whole set of ethical problems.
Socialism has been tried again and again, with varying degrees of failure every time. Nobody ever seems to learn.
Even geniuses can't always see where human ingenuity will take them.
The College Board Scraps Controversial ‘Adversity Score,’ but Continues Plan to Weigh College Admissions
While the College Board might have backed off on an Adversity Score, they're still pursuing other ways to profile students' backgrounds.
We don’t fully value the work of “garbagemen” until we have to live without their services.
Have you ever thought that high school graduates today… well, just don’t seem to know or understand as much as they once did?
It's very easy to find ways to be miserable when all you do is compare yourself to those who are better off than yourself.
A biologically male runner in the NCAA’s top division is competing in women’s cross country this fall.
Medical professionals are bullying parents into conforming to transgender expectations of medical treatment, without the full background information they need.