From the late 1970s through to the early 1990s, pop culture often gave a starring role to bright green goop. Why?
In the 1970s, a scientist argued that everyone in the world experiences the same six basic emotions. It’s a compelling theory that is shaping new generations of technology—but it might be wrong.
In Washington D.C., there’s a think tank that designs new metaphors, with the aim of making us think differently about the world’s problems. We speak with writers and cognitive scientists who specialize in hacking language to change minds.
What makes for a good vegan city? Chicago bartender Alicia Arredondo and chef Pat Sheerin talk about food, politics, and the city’s reputation as a bad place to go meat-free.