Table of Contents July 2003

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Dust devils were one of those scientific mysteries no one on Earth bothered to study until we figured out that they may control Mars's weather
New studies show that animals used in critical experiments may be out of their minds
Is it your smile? Your laugh? Or your armpits? The frustrating science of finding pheromones.
Locusts were once the scourge of the American plains. Will these giant grasshoppers return?
The party's over: when we turn up the lights, nature goes a little haywire

Now is the time to decide a critical question: How much do we want to know about what's in our DNA and when do we want to know it?


An unfamiliar pathogen attacks unsuspecting passengers on a jetliner
James Watson's solution: 'Just let all the genetic decisions be made by women'

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