About the Tags
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Tags categorize our content and enable you to search for the stories you’re looking for. They are carefully conceived — not user- or otherwise generated — so you know that the tag you select has been identified by the editors of SEEDMAGAZINE.COM as intuitive, useful, and, hopefully, insightful. Tags for each article are highlighted on that article’s page, and are displayed together at the bottom of each article.
Tags are sorted in order of frequency, so that by looking down the list, you can gauge the ideas and issues that are topping our global coverage. Click on a tag to see all its associated articles, related tags, and quotes from our contributors that highlight the idea or issue at the heart of the tag word itself.
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Renowned planetary scientist James Kasting on the odds of finding another Earth-like planet and the power of science fiction.