The multiverse, the anthropic principle, and a tale of two boxes.
Running creates its own fever.
In an age of better science and freer dialogue, why are we playing games with our values?
Atheism is a default, not a practice.
In the running world, getting older is starting to look a lot better, at least on the clock. — It recently came to my attention that vinyl LPs are making a comeback. And they’re not the only thing from the halcyon days experiencing an unlikely resurgence. With a pair of running shoes and Internet access,…
You may experience hallucinations. You will get beat up. Christopher White explores the intersection between the cult classic film Fight Club and the boom in ultrarunning.
Christopher White looks at whether “runner’s high” is real or just a gimmick from the era of lava lamps and moon rocks.
Ultramarathons and long-distance running used to be the sport of a few fringe lunatics, says Christopher White. But not anymore.
I’m not running away from something. I’m running up and over something: mountains (real or imagined) that stand in my way.