That’s one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. Yes, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of Arpanet, a network that linked four computer nodes in 1969, the prototype of today’s Internet, a giant leap for humankind. (That moon landing was pretty significant, too.)
- Six Degrees of Separation at Burning Man: What our experiment in the desert taught us about social networks and human cooperation, by Ziv Epstein, Micah Epstein, Christian Almenar, & Manuel Cebrian
- We’re More Ourselves When We’re in Tune with Others: Music reminds us why going solo goes against our better nature, by Kevin Berger
- The Flawed Reasoning Behind the Replication Crisis: It’s time to change the way uncertainty is quantified, by Aubrey Clayton
- This issue also includes contributions by Pope Brock, Flynn Coleman, Bella DePaulo, Alberto Feletti, Brian Gallagher, Richard Gray, Robert Hackett, João Magueijo, Corey S. Powell, Franco Vazza.