In 1959, the U.S. government gave an elite group of physicists classified information and free reign to research. The JASON program’s rise and fall…
The year is 2053. A nuclear renaissance has transformed society. Here is how it all happened.
Reflecting on over fifty years of environmental advocacy, a sober, scientific perspective warns against fear and apocalypticism. There’s work to be…
Palladium Podcast 80: Ash Milton on the Wages of RevolutionListen now (77 min) | Ash Milton joins Alexander Gelland to discuss his recent article on the life of the Abbé Henri Gregoire, a priest who was one of…
What is the destiny of man and Earth? Editor-in-chief Wolf Tivy’s new article has an answer.
The boundary between the human world and the natural world has collapsed.
Beginning his career as a priest, Henri Gregoire was an unlikely figure of the French Revolution. Outrun by its upheavals at first, his ideas have…
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Palladium Podcast 79: Eron Wolf on the Evolution of ComputingListen now (73 min) | Eron Wolf joins Wolf Tivy to discuss alternative computing and the trappings of the streamlined user experience. As computing…
Palladium Podcast 78: Mathis Bitton on the Gaulist StateListen now (120 min) | Mathis Bitton joins Ash Milton to discuss his PALLADIUM 05 article on state centralization under Charles de Gaulle, the…
Palladium Podcast 77: Nicolas Villarreal on Socialist CyberneticsListen now (102 min) | Nicolas Villarreal joins Ash Milton to discuss his 05 article on how capitalist giants use socialist cybernetic planning…