Nautilus is a magazine dedicated to science and culture, with a bit of a philosophical bent to its content. My contributions are listed below in reverse chronological order.
- The inside of a neutron star looks spookily familiar (feature article)
- How to clock a glacier (feature article)
- What to do when genius fails
- Earth’s Stash of Gold Comes From Colliders Fit for Gods
- What’s 250 Million Light-Years Big, Almost Empty, and Full of Answers? (Feature article)
- Is Our Universe Like Oil & Vinegar or Homogenized Milk?
- How to See Quantum Drops of Light
- How to Map a Galaxy When You’re Right in the Middle of It
- Where Nature Hides the Darkest Mystery of All
- The Freaky Celestial Events We See—and the Ones We Don’t
- An Arguably Unreal Particle Powers All of Your Electronics
- Supernovas & Other Big Bangs: Where Your Body Comes From
- Universal Remoteness: What the Multiverse Means About Us