Table of Contents May 1994

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FEATURES

In the new world of brain-actuated technology, you'll fly a plane, play a video game, or maneuver a wheelchair just by thinking about it.
Tsunamis have always been mysterious monsters--mountain-size waves that race invisibility across the ocean at 500 mph, drain harbors at a single gulp, and destroy coastal communities without warning. But now some researchers are trying to take the mystery away.
A major fire is news when it consumes homes and claims lives--but when it makes weather it's science.
The process of evolution took ages, until Gerald Joyce put it on fast-forward.

DATA

The universe is turning out to be thronged with dim and ghostly young galaxies that had escaped the notice of astronomers.
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