July 11, 2017 heralds the 20th anniversary of the release of Contact, the sci-fi classic based on Carl Sagan’s novel
It was in the Summer of 1967, as the psychedelic sounds from the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper album permeated through the parks, the streets and houses of this world, that Robert Pirsig first started writing
A reflection on the life and death of philosopher and author Robert Pirsig, written from the perspective of the characters in his novels, and someone who knew him
A new series of opinion pieces on popular science and predicting the future begins by examining the arguments which propelled the recent ‘March for Science’. If a solipsist cannot live his or her solipsism, do scientists really live by their scientific principles?