Scientists conduct a social experiment in dozens of countries to see who will return a found wallet, and if results vary based on the amount of cash in it. The results surprised them. Nearly everyone, everywhere, is more likely to return a cash-filled wallet than an empty one. Bill Whittle Now explores the reasons behind this near-universal virtue, and what impact the finding should have on our political discourse.
As the new year turns, scientists offer a new marvel from the limit of the solar system. But the limits of human wisdom constrain them as well. Why do we assume that our great achievements, guarantee specific future achievements…like controllable artificial intelligence? Right Angle is a production of Members who contribute so they can share […]