The Teeth of the Tyrannosaurs
Their teeth reveal aspects of their hunting and feeding habits
The Dechronization of Sam Magruder
The brute-- it was a tyrannosaur-- got me by the leg. He shook me loose, tearing off the leg at the knee, and he didn't see where the rest of me fell. I tied up the stump and crawled away.
Scientists and Religion in America
Science and religion are engaging in more active dialogue and debate, but a survey suggests that scientists' beliefs have changed little since the 1930s, and top scientists are more atheistic than ever before
Repairing the Damaged Spinal Cord
Once little more than a futile hope, some restoration of the injured spinal cord is beginning to seem feasible
Breathing Life into
By analyzing previously overlooked fossils and by taking a second look at some old finds, paleontologists are providing the first glimpses of the actual behavior of the tyrannosaurs
A Case against Virtual Nuclear Testing
The U.S. Department of Energy's high-tech plan to replace nuclear testing with elaborate 3-D computer simulations is seriously flawed
The Throat Singers of Tuva
Testing the limits of vocal ingenuity, throat-singers can create sounds unlike anything in ordinary speech and song--carrying two musical lines simultaneously, say, or harmonizing with a waterfall
Did the solar system always look the way it does now?
New evidence indicates that the outer planets
may have migrated to their present orbits
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