The Wedding Night in a Moving Space OR Why the Tsar Doesn’t Ride an Elevator

For German engineers, elevators did not represent the novelty they did in the USA at the end of the 19th century. In this country, the touted elevators were seen more as “children’s toys” than as an engineering challenge. After all, … Continue reading The Wedding Night in a Moving Space OR Why the Tsar Doesn’t Ride an Elevator

Climate change? Overpopulation? Famine? No! The Threat of a Looming Population Collapse Should Worry Us

Which invention in human history has had the greatest impact on our well-being? The computer? The plow? The printing press? Nutella? All undoubtedly worthy candidates that deserve a regular place in the ancestral gallery of mankind’s most important inventions. However, … Continue reading Climate change? Overpopulation? Famine? No! The Threat of a Looming Population Collapse Should Worry Us