Antarctica is no longer the cool place it used to be for its cold-adapted fish. So what changed?

By Khalida Sarwari It’s what drives every scientific expedition. Without it, Lewis and Clark would not have ventured out west and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin would never have stepped foot onto the Saturn V rocket that launched them into space. It’s a burning curiosity, a nagging itch to discover what lies just beyond the horizon. The philosopher Thomas Hobbes had a name for it: “the lust of the mind.” It’s the same reflex that Read More …