Nick Lucchesi

Nick is Editor-in-Chief for Inverse. Before joining Inverse as news editor in 2015, he did stints at the Village Voice, the Denver Westword, and the Riverfront Times in St. Louis. In addition to writing the Inverse Daily newsletter, he writes about art, technology, nature, and the future of cities.  He is a new dad and still rides a fixed-gear bicycle. He lives in Brooklyn but is proudly from Illinois. Email him at nick@inverse.com.
Science
Testosterone
Nick Lucchesi
The latest science of how and why testosterone works in the body.
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There’s one planet you should look for in the sky every night until August 2, 2021
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Elon Musk says he will break with a 200-year-old tradition
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Dirt may ruin our best view of aliens
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Why video games were at the heart of the Olympics opening ceremony.
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The environmental impact of feral hogs
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Are you born with a “math brain”?
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Ready to toss yesterday into a dumpster? Keep reading.
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Why your dog is green.
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Henry Golding has big “main character energy”
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Is it OK to let your dog sleep in your bed?
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Jeff Bezos has done it, folks: “Best day ever!” says capitalist titan after he rockets to space
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: The creepy Boston Dynamics video, explained.
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The Olympics kick off this week: Is Tokyo actually ready?
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: DNA study finds less than two percent of the human genome is “human”.
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Red Dead Redemption 2 is turning players into naturalists: scientific study
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Fact-checking the Minnesota goldfish mystery.
Entertainment
Loki
Nick Lucchesi
How did Loki end? What's in store for Season 2? What happened to Judge Renslayer? Get all the answers at Inverse.
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The most dystopian chemical on Earth has met its match
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: What Carl Sagan got right about Star Wars.
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Could you turn sweat into electricity? The idea has scientists intrigued
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: BMW motorcycles have gone electric.
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Nintendo Switch OLED display: Why "on-the-go gamers just really don't care"
Nick Lucchesi
Technology journalist Ray Wong of Input offers candid insight on the debut of the Nintendo Switch OLED on July 6, 2021, casting doubt on the new screen's ability to change the gaming experience.
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Could there be life on the saddest planet in the universe?
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: It’s not easy being indie.
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Life on Earth may have formed without this key ingredient
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: What’s in your apocalypse bag?
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Video: Watch a robot smile back :)
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: How to deal with mental fatigue this summer of all summers.
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After 60 years, Wally Funk is going to space
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: There's a silver lining to gaming's biggest trend.
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Delta-8 THC: The Wild West of cannabis chemistry
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: Questioning masculinity can make you happier and smarter.
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Happy birthday, Mr. Technoking
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: What initially started to kill off the dinosaurs.
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What if your face mask could detect pathogens? It's being developed now.
Nick Lucchesi
Plus: NASA captures a phenomenon over the Atlantic.