Articles by Brian Merchant
Israel, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Spain, Greece, and Chile are all headed towards dangerous levels of water stress.
By protesting diversity, conservative science fiction activists helped hand the most diverse—and worthy—selection a Hugo.
July 2015 was the hottest month Earth has seen since record-keeping began, according to three of the world's biggest temperature-checkers.
Working at Amazon may be "bruising," but so is working everywhere else.
A complete guide to the hotter, higher, trashier, fish-free oceans of the near future.
Why Google's new umbrella company spells the end of Silicon Valley's most famous slogan.
Murray Peshkin is one of the last surviving Manhattan Project scientists. This is his story, told after our trip to the crater of the first atomic bomb, on its 70th birthday.
One of the last surviving Manhattan Project scientists returns to the crater of the first nuclear bomb on its 70th birthday.
"Based on my calculations a single 100k sq ft warehouse could produce enough Soylent to feed all of Los Angeles."
Coal power + climate change = more sludge tsunamis.