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Planet of the Apes

During the Miocene epoch, as many as 100 species of apes roamed throughout the Old World. New fossils suggest that the ones that gave rise to living great apes and humans evolved not in Africa but Eurasia

By David R. Begun

Demystifying the Digital Divide

The simple binary notion of technology haves and have-nots doesn't quite compute

By Mark Warschauer

Information in the Holographic Universe

Theoretical results about black holes suggest that the universe could be like a gigantic hologram

By Jacob D. Bekenstein

Bioengineered Plants

Questioning the Delphic Oracle: Overview / An Intoxicating Tale

When science meets religion at this ancient Greek site, the two turn out to be on better terms than scholars had originally thought

By John R. Hale, Jelle Zeilinga de Boer, Jeffrey P. Chanton and Henry A. Spiller


  • Data Points: August 2003

  • See under the Sea

  • Forced Attraction

  • Fueling Predictions

  • Rethinking the "Lesser Brain"

  • Letters


  • Errata

  • Advances

    Hot Words

  • Deep Thoughts

  • View from VIRGO

  • Sourcing Sapiens

  • Secret Ingredients

  • Buzz Off, Heat

  • Not So Friendly Hydrogen

  • If U Cn Rd Ths . . .

  • Recommended

    Better Red Than Dead

  • Skeptic

    The Ignoble Savage

  • Anti Gravity

    This Is Only a Test

  • 50, 100 & 150 Years Ago

    Fixing Dirt -- Atomic Revision -- Epidemic News

  • Perspectives

    Houston, You Have a Problem

  • In Brief

    Brief Points: August 2003

  • Puzzling Adventures

    Short Taps

  • Staking Claims

    What a Little Limeade Can Do

  • Innovations

    Hands of Light

  • By the Numbers

    Energy Crunch

  • Technicalities

    Converging on the Couch

  • Working Knowledge

    Seeing Green

  • Departments

    Fuzzy Logic

  • Insights

    Keeper of the Objects

  • Ask the Experts

    Ask the Experts: August 2003

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August 2003

Think Outside the Gift Box