The recently published piece "Forward, Backward" by Nayani Jensen is a fascinating history-of-science-inspired fiction. Drawing from her work on early climate science, Jensen raises thought-provoking questions about what it means to "slow down" and how this can be considered a form of time travel. Through the use of fiction, Jensen provides a unique perspective on these complex issues that can be difficult to grasp through academic research alone.
For those who enjoy thought-provoking storytelling, we highly recommend "Forward, Backward". This insightful piece can be found in “Futures”, Nature's award-winning Science Fiction column.