Book Review: ‘When We Stop Understanding the World’ by Benjamín

From there – as if growing out of that single pollution – dialogue, dreams and hallucinations multiply. (Labatut’s imagination may be eerie, but his prose is deftly paced and vividly conveyed in Adrian Nathan West’s magnetic translation.) Thus, the reader may find that Heisenberg’s matrix epiphany on the remote North Sea island of Heligoland is …

Karsten Warholm and Rai Benjamin Set Records, But Only One Won

TOKYO – Karsten Warholm couldn’t feel her legs as she closed the finish line. A buildup of lactic acid is expected and typically causes great discomfort for top-notch athletes. But in this case, in chasing his first Olympic title, Warholm pushed himself away entirely, replaced by a kind of absence of pain. “I just ran …