As with cancer, there have been a number of false hopes for curing dementia. Let's hope the scientist quoted is right.
This is quite encouraging, but, uh, can we go faster on this, please?
But it's a fine optimistic note to end the year on. Happy New Year's.
Have at them, folks.
"Billions of people"? Billions? Really?
"I published these results and quickly learned what it meant to not follow the mainstream."
They keep going after Big Al, but somewhere, I imagine, Big Al is saying "Bring it on."
An interview with the always interesting Freeman Dyson.
Sounds too simple to me, but your mileage may vary.
Not much of an answer, but a heck of a good question. (Could well be, as is asserted, "the most profound question of all".)
Almost in spite of themselves, scientists are driven to a teleological view of the cosmos.
(I liked the author's comment about the multiverse because it strikes me the same way: ". . . as a physicist trained to give preference to simple solutions, a multiverse strikes me as the opposite: exorbitant.")