Science Illustrated July/August 2008

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Posted on 2008-09-23. By anonymous.

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Science Illustrated July/August 2008
Pdf | Eng | 57.5 MB

Science Illustrated is the most authoritative, most accessible, most expansive magazine about science and the natural world.It’s the magazine for intellectually curious men and women with a passion for science and discovery and a desire to share that passion with their families. Every bimonthly issue is an upbeat, optimistic, visually spectacular gateway to the world of cutting-edge science and discovery, covering an astonishing range of subjects, from paleontology to space exploration, from medical breakthroughs to the latest environmental insights. In this age of accelerating change and discovery, to understand science is to understand the world. Science Illustrated delivers that understanding—delivers the world—to the entire family.

Contents:
Archaeology: Footprints From Our Past
Mysterious hollows found in Mexico reignite a debate about the first Americans.
Portfolio: Landscapes of Mars
Stunning satellite images of Mars reveal avalanches, sand dunes and more.
Reproduction: The Opposite Of Abuse Word
Biologists uncover why some species reproduce without Abuse Word, despite its drawbacks.
Conservation: Bugging Out
Scientists take to the treetops to count the insects in a South American rainforest.
Cosmology: A Hole in the Universe
A giant cold spot in space is forcing scientists to reconsider the big bang.
Disease: How To End Malaria
Malaria kills one million people each year. Here are the five best tools for eradicating it.
Neurology: Eyes without a Face
Why are some people born without the ability to recognize faces?
Technology: Inspired by Nature
Eight cool nature-inspired inventions, from fish-like cars to blades that mimic rat teeth.
Geology: Rocks From Light
Could sunshine have driven the evolution of the continents millions of years ago?

Bull's-Eye p.10
See art that helps diagnose disease and ants that masquerade as bulging berries in this issue's gallery of amazing images.
Science Update p.19
Gecko-inspired bandages, a weatherproof polar research base, a surprisingly old galaxy, and a new theory behind SIDS.
Ask Us p.27
Why does herpes stick around? What happens when astronauts get sick in space? When did people start using last names?
World of Science p.87
Fish that repel predators with slime, why Hungarian is so darn hard to learn, and other fascinating nuggets of scientific knowledge.

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