Thomas MacMillan

Thomas MacMillan

Multimedia Journalist

Writer/Photographer/Editor based in Brooklyn, NY.

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New York Magazine

Our Intuitions About the World Are Usually Wrong

On flat-Earthers, science denial, and why teaching critical thinking isn’t enough.

New York Magazine

The Human Brain Is a Time Machine -- Science of Us

The Human Brain Is a Time Machine -- Science of Us

New York Magazine

The Penetration Tester Who Your Boss Hires to Hack Your Email

The Penetration Tester Who Your Boss Hires to Hack ...

New York Magazine

How Hard Is It to Fake Insanity? -- Science of Us

How Hard Is It to Fake Insanity? -- Science of Us

New York Magazine

What It's Like to Be a Teenager in a Rapidly Changing Havana

What It's Like to Be a Teenager in a Rapidly Changi...

New York Magazine

The Art and Science of Comedic Timing

It doesn't work the way you think.

New York Magazine

How to Type 360 Words a Minute

How to Type 360 Words a Minute

New York Magazine

This Amazing Artist Predicted Uber and Google Glass in 1991

This Amazing Artist Predicted Uber and Google Glass...

New York Magazine

Working With Robots Helps People Get Along

New research found that introducing AI into a group made its human members more flexible and collaborative.

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New York Magazine

Does Highly Visible Wealth Worsen Inequality? -- Science of Us

Does Highly Visible Wealth Worsen Inequality? -- Sc...