Table of Contents November 1999

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FEATURES

Look out Tacoma and Seattle. Majestic Mount Rainier is overdue for a shattering and deadly eruption
Our guru panelists say you're headed toward a revolutionary new relationship with your PC.Ooops! What PC? Who needs a keyboard, a clunky old CPU, and a monitor when you can connect to the Internet through a tiny telephone implanted in your head?
A physical therapist's stunning discovery that your two feet may not be alike. And that's why they hurt
Connect to the Internet through a tiny telephone implanted in your head?
Braving hurricane winds and 40-foot waves, scientists struggle to unerstand Antarctic warming.
Look out Tacoma and Seattle. Majestic Mount Rainier is overdue for a shattering and deadly eruption
savanna
Beauty is not just in the eye of the beholder. It's embedded in our genes

DEPARTMENTS

Sometimes a new 'wonder drug' is only a wonder drug because physicians do not yet know its potential to harm'
Lascaux cave is closed to visitors, but a replica, Lascaux II, captures a glimpse of early man's soul
A couple with HIV who long for their own child muster the courage to face the consequences

DATA

If the heavens line up just right, this month we'll be treated to the greatest show off Earth
Spin Doctoring: Ballet can be more beautiful if you've read a little Newton
A couple with HIV who long for their own child muster the courage to face the consequences
Spin Doctoring: Ballet can be more beautiful if you've read a little Newton
A rat brain directs a robotic arm.
If the heavens line up just right, this month we'll be treated to the greatest show off Earth
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