Economist science briefs

A series of illustrations for The Economist accompanying six articles exploring prevalent scientific mysteries and theories

This is a series of Illustrations that accompanied a six articles covering various theories and mysteries prevalent in the scientific world. The first was called Multiversal truths, and discussed whether the world make more sense if other universes existed.
The next two were about how biology got started on earth and theorised about how life could get started on other worlds.
Next was about why our perception of time goes forwards
What is conciousness?
What is Dark Matter?
What was it that kickstarted the Cambrian explosion?
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