Jill Neimark

Published Articles

We face the field head-on to evaluate what the pundits are saying, what scientists are building, and how close we really are to the edge of the precipice.
Science fiction writer and anthropologist Mary Doria Russell is the author of The Sparrow and its sequel Children of God.
Part of an ongoing discussion with serious thinkers about life, the universe, and everything.
What is so unusual about Antony Valentini? Just this: he's resurrected a theory that undoes the central tenet of quantum mechanics, and gives relativity theory a good punt to left field as well.
Jaron Lanier coined the term virtual reality and now regrets it, he's a computer genius and a philosophic genius and an experimental musician with a collection of instruments from around the world.
Sherrilyn Roush, an assistant professor of philosophy at Rice University, takes on the philosophy of science, epistemology, and metaphysics. She is extraordinarily intelligent on cosmology. Physicists, open the golden doors, usher her in.
Astrophysicist J. Richard Gott has predicted the longevity of everything from the Berlin Wall to Broadway musicals. I asked Gott to apply his mathematical formula to religion—both the great world religions, and some newer offshoots.
David Cope, the author of over seventy published compositions and a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz, invented a form of artificial intelligence that can emulate the great composers. It is called Experiments in Musical Intelligence.

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