The sixth issue of the Nautilus Quarterly combines some of the best content from our issues on Nothingness, Big Bangs, and Genius, with new original contributions from the world's best thinkers, and gorgeous full-color illustrations. The issue includes contributions by:
- Geneticist Scott Solomon, who travels to an isolated island whose residents were recently proven to be undergoing natural selection
- Caltech physicist and best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow retells the life of Isaac Newton as a loner misanthrope whose greatest work resulted from collaboration
- MIT physicist and best-selling author Alan Lightman, on his personal interpretation of nothingness
- Award-winning journalist and author Carl Zimmer, on Bigfoot
- Salon writer Andrew O'Hehir, on what Lincoln and Einstein had in common
Plus, original artwork from Ralph Steadman, Never Ever Even, Serge Bloch, Michael Woloschinow, and more.