Thirty Tyrants

February 22, 2021

The friendly government installed by Sparta in Athens after winning the Peloponnesian War in 404 BC holds a valuable lesson for Americans regarding our political class and its friendly stance toward China.

SciFriday: 2020 Hindsight

February 19, 2021

2020 is in the history books, and while we’re not sorry to see it go, we’ve learned some valuable lessons. We discuss the global crisis response and the reports of spreading Ebola outbreaks in western and Central Africa.

The Friday Five

February 12, 2021

TIME Magazine credits unsung heroes for saving the 2020 election, which many of us see as an unintended admission that yes, Virginia, there was a conspiracy to reach a pre-ordained result.

Traveling Unmasked Will Cost You Bigly

February 8, 2021

TSA has been authorized to fine travelers who refuse to wear a face mask on public transportation up to $1,500. The rule will be enforced through May.

SciFriday: The Blood is the Life

September 27, 2019

A biotech company’s experiment with editing the DNA of disease-carrying mosquitoes in Brazil has not only failed, it may have created a stronger breed of supermosquitoes.

SciFriday: Mumps Makes a Comeback

September 6, 2019

The CDC reports that 900 cases of mumps have been reported over the past year at immigrant detention centers in the US. What’s surprising is that several dozen workers have gotten sick, raising questions about the MMR vaccine.

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