By Walt Hickey Welcome to the Numlock Sunday edition. Each week, I'll sit down with an author or a writer behind one of the stories covered in a previous weekday edition for a casual conversation about what they wrote. This week, I spoke to Sarah Gilman who, a few weeks ago, wrote one of my favorite stories of the whole year,
The spread of rats around the globe is part and parcel of how we humans have destroyed biodiversity around the planet. Future generations will rightfully look back at us with anger and contempt.