Enoy the third issue of the Nautilus Quarterly, which combines some of the best online content from our issues on Waste, Home, and Time with original essays and rich, full-color illustrations. It includes contributions by:
- Investigative journalist Anna Badkehn, on conservation efforts in West Africa
- Former Editor in Chief of Discover, Corey Powell, on our precarious solar system (included in the 2014 volume of Best American Science and Nature Writing)
- MIT physicist Max Tegmark, on how you are just a braid in spacetime
- Psychology professor David Barash, on what Buddhism and science agree on
- Theoretical physicist Lee Smolin, in an interview on why time is the realest thing there is
- Time's "Hero of the Planet," Sylvia Earle, reflects on the issue's themes
This, and award-winning art by Shout- Illustrations, Yuko Shimizu, Chris Buzelli, Chad Hagen, Nora Krug, Sam Green, Wesley Allsbrook.