Table of Contents March 2001

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How a genetically modified corn called StarLink that wasn't intended for humans got into your food supply
An energetic young scientist believes he may have found the clue that solves the mystery of how the Earth was made
New research indicates that teenagers who drink too much may lose as much as 10 percent of their brainpower— the difference between passing and failing in school . . . and in life
Is the Carnivore Preservation Trust creating a genetic future for threatened species—or genetic junk?
Virtual life-forms get more impressive all the time
Why is the universe expanding faster and faster? The answer may be a form of energy we almost can't imagine


This time it showed up as dizziness and shortness of breath. But it could have appeared as fever, weight loss, or joint pains

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