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  • The Higgs Bosonby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 5.99

    The Higgs Boson: Searching for the God Particle by the Editors of Scientific American As the old adage goes, where there's smoke, there's fire. Where there is effect, there must be cause. The planet Neptune was found in 1846 because the mathematics of Newton's laws, when applied to the orbit of Uranus, said some massive body had to be there. Astronomers... more...

  • A.I. and Genius Machinesby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 5.99

    A.I. and Genius Machines by the editors of Scientific American In science fiction, artificial intelligence takes the shape of computers that can speak like people, think for themselves, and sometimes act against us. Sometimes the machines seem to know everything, and symbolize implacable and unknowable power, as in The Matrix. Such machines can also... more...

  • Allergies, Asthma and the Common Coldby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2014; US$ 5.99

    During allergy season, sufferers know the drill: runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing up a storm. For the unlucky with asthma, symptoms might also include coughing and wheezing. However, asthma is not always caused by allergens like pollen and dust?non-allergenic asthma is brought on by a number of possible environmental or genetic triggers. Then there's... more...

  • Ask the Experts: Astronomyby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2014; US$ 5.99

    For going on two decades, Scientific American's "Ask the Experts" column has been answering reader questions on all fields of science. We've taken your questions from the basic to the esoteric and reached out to top scientists, professors and researchers to find out why the sky is blue or whether we really only use 10% of our brains. Now, we've combed... more...

  • Ask the Experts: Physics and Mathby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2014; US$ 5.99

    For going on two decades, Scientific American's "Ask the Experts" column has been answering reader questions on all fields of science. We've taken your questions from the basic to the esoteric and reached out to top scientists, professors and researchers to find out why the sky is blue or whether we really only use 10% of our brains. Now, we've combed... more...

  • Battling Droughtby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 5.99

    Battling Drought: The Science of Water Management by the Editors of Scientific American The extreme drought in the US Southwest has brought the issues of water use and management to the forefront of media attention. Historically, arguments over water rights have plagued this area since the days of John Wesley Powell, and disputes mark the relations... more...

  • Becoming Humanby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 5.99

    Becoming Human: Our Past, Present and Future by the Editors of Scientific American We humans are a strange bunch. We have self-awareness and yet often act on impulses that remain hidden. We were forged in adversity but live in a world of plenty. How did we get here? What is to become of us? To these age-old questions, science has in recent years... more...

  • Breaking Bad (Habits)by Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2014; US$ 5.99

    Self-improvement is a lifelong quest. We all have things we'd like to change about ourselves, which is why many people make New Year's resolutions. Yet, research shows that only about 8% of resolution-makers achieve their goals. Making personal change is hard, and making changes to established behavior patterns is harder still ? even though the potential... more...

  • Can We Feed the World?by Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 5.99

    Can We Feed the World?: The Future of Food by the Editors of Scientific American With global population numbers projected to increase by 2 billion by 2050, a veritable food crisis is on the horizon. In this eBook, Can We Feed the World? The Future of Food, we examine some of the complex causative factors involved in the coming "food crisis" and the... more...