Table of Contents April 2005

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Our first look at a fantastic yet familiar world, where mountains are made of ice, volcanoes spew ammonia, and the sky rains methane
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Why do we have so many questions about the most successful animals that ever lived?
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What if we decide to rename every living thing on Earth?
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This is why people think robotics are the future
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The people in this land of lakes and forests are so alike that scientists can filter out the genes that contribute to heart disease, diabetes, and asthma
permian-opener
The big knockdown fight in science these days is a debate about a cataclysm that occurred 250 million years ago

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A patient's history evokes dread as a physician begins to probe
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