The second issue of the Nautilus Quarterly combines some of the best content from our issues on The Unlikely, Fame and Secret Codes, with new original contributions from the world's best thinkers, and gorgeous full-color illustrations. The issue includes contributions by
- Actor, producer and writer, B.J. Novak, in a short story which the New York Time's Michiko Kakutani called a "gem"
- Award-winning author Mark Anderson, on a controversial new source of energy and how Albert Einstein might have predicted it
- MIT lecturer Slava Gerovitch, on the unusual life of the Russian mathematician who invented probability theory
- Best-selling author Richard Holmes, in an interview about the issue's themes
- NYU journalism professor Jessica Siegel, on whether kids are addicted to fame
- Theoretical physicist Laura Mersini-Houghton, on why she's convinced other universes exist
Plus, award-winning original artwork from Victo Ngai, Emiliano Ponzi, Ellen Weinstein, Tomasz Walenta, and more.