Lawrence Winkler is a physician, traveler, and natural philosopher. His molecules have morphed from medicine to manuscript. He lives with Robyn on Vancouver Island and in New Zealand, tending their gardens and vineyards, and dreams.
A lesson in what Beijing’s power really means.
16-year-old cosmic mystery solved.
And makes amazingly lifelike photos with his model collection.
A reminder of Beijing’s ability to inflict economic pain.
The first US museum was devoted to truth and reason. Then the circus came to town.
Plan to exclude mental illnesses from assisted-dying criteria prompts legal, moral questions.
The young physicist’s quest to prove the theories of Ernst Mach.
Historians are likely to look back at the financial crash as the turning point in the balance of power.
How did the sailors of early modern Europe learn to traverse the world’s seas? By going to school and doing maths problems.
How the theoretical physicist and analyst came together and then apart.
New Zealand offers Biden tips on COVID-19 after successful response.
Nod for Ayurveda doctors to do surgeries.
Valve’s Gabe Newell, with an assist from Weta Workshop, sent the garden gnome to space aboard an Electron booster on Thursday. Go Kiwis.
“Weird” stands for “western, educated, industrialised, rich and democratic”. But this theory as to why Europe advanced raises difficult questions.
And who will protect them from the robot wolves?
Global Affairs Canada doesn't know yet how much Morneau’s campaign will cost taxpayers.
A device connected to my heart could save my life. It could also be hacked.
And it just gets strange...
Coming to a Health Authority near you...
Jan Morris: ‘You’re talking to someone at the very end of things.’
Fritillaria delavayi, used in traditional medicine, turning grey to blend into rocks.
“We are on an absolutely catastrophic path,” said a COVID-19 doctor at America’s best-prepared hospital.
The ability to stir new life into being, all across the Universe, compels us to ask why life matters in the first place.
And 236 songs later, our writer nearly drowns.