I just looked at the copy of New Scientist what I bought a week or so ago because of CERN. It’s issue number 2671! I make this approximately 51.4 years of New Scientist, meaning it started in about June 1956, which means it is SO NOT NEW anymore. It’s really OLD Scientist.
If we can’t trust it on something as basic as its own name, how can we expect to trust it on important things like us all being sucked into a black hole and dying – OR NOT?