Table of Contents April 2003

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What if Einstein was wrong?
After 40 years of visiting the Barí Indians in Venezuela, anthropologists have discovered a new twist on family values
Self-sustaining homes could mean the end of utility bills or even the end of utilities
The more electrophysiologist William Gilly learns about these mysterious denizens of the deep, the more they seem like an alien intelligence
A gathering of geniuses confront a simple question: Why do we know more about our cars than our own bodies?
If evolution comes down to survival of the fittest, then why do we joke around so much? New brain research suggests that the urge to laugh is the lubricant that makes humans higher social beings

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I could tell from the infant's unusually high-pitched cry and disturbed vision that he needed immediate attention and treatment to survive
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