Table of Contents December 1994

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Coming soon to an operating room near you: a remote-controlled robot operates on a flesh-and-blood patient while--miles away--the human surgeon deftly cuts with virtual scalpels.
What could be simpler? Take a clump of sticks, pull them out one by one, win the game. But in the hands of a mathematician, this is far from child's play.
At the heart of new research into proteins, dark matter, and particle physics is a peculiar sort of ripple that defies all expectations -- a wave that doesn't wave.

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