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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • The Science of Sports: Winning in the Olympicsby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    The Olympics are the world's most prestigious stage for athletic competition. Fans both casual and hardcore tune in religiously every few years to watch as men and women push themselves to the limits of human performance. But what makes a champion? Is it genetics? Hours of training? A psychological advantage? Of all the athletes who dedicate their... more...

  • The Higgs Bosonby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    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 eventually found it, using the best telescopes available to peer into the sky.... more...

  • Storm Warnings: Climate Change and Extreme Weatherby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    Hurricanes. Blizzards. Flooding. Drought. If extreme events like these seem to be on the rise, it?s for apparent reason. The first three-quarters of 2012 brought the worst European winter in 25 years; massive flooding in Australia, Brazil and China; a deepening drought affecting over 50% of the US; and Hurricane Sandy inflicted massive damage on the... more...

  • Lights Outby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    Traditionally, the four horsemen of the apocalypse are war, famine, plague and death; but while classical authors were familiar with only four horsemen, modern ones could add events such as environmental devastation and nearby supernovas. In this eBook we look at several "end of the world" scenarios ? or at least, things that could make human life... more...

  • The Influenza Threatby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    The onset of cold weather brings out the boots, coats, gloves ? and the block-lettered, stoplight-red ?Flu Shots Available Here? signs in drugstore windows. And with good reason. For many scientists and public health specialists alike, flu season has become a little like Russian Roulette. The likelihood of a deadly pandemic outbreak of influenza is... more...

  • Disarming Cupidby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    Sometimes All You Need Is Love; sometimes Love Is a Battlefield. Whether Love Hurts, Bites, Will Keep Us Together, Will Tear Us Apart or Is a Four-Letter Word, it seems we Want To Know What Love Is. Love ? in both the abstract and the up-close-and-personal ? has always provided limitless inspiration for artists, writers and musicians, but scientists... more...

  • The Future of Energyby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    Since the Industrial Revolution our civilization has depended on fossil fuels to generate energy ? first it was coal; then petroleum. But there are two problems: the first is that petroleum isn't an infinite resource; and the second is that burning coal and oil puts billions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, trapping heat. Temperatures... more...

  • Eat, Move, Thinkby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    While many of us strive to live healthy lives, the task can be daunting and the information overwhelming. Should we be more concerned with our diet or with keeping our weight down? How important is exercise? What kinds of diseases should we really be worried about getting?or preventing? In this eBook, ?Eat, Move, Think: Living Healthy,? we?ve assembled... more...