A new quarterly magazine about the world and what it takes to make sense of it. In the first issue, the articles tackle forecasting monkeypox, the replication crisis, China and silicon chips, the history of nuclear proliferation, South Korea as a model for growth, wine tasting, and thoughts on future meat. The website says it best "We’re for Bayes’ theorem, acknowledging our uncertainty, wild imaginations, and well-constructed sentences. We’re against easy answers, lazy metaphors, and the end of life as we know it."
Inspiration for the design was taken from enlightenment era printing, William Hogarth, 70's science fiction, and nuclear defense publications from the '80s.