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      February 1, 1956Evolution

      Charles Darwin

      In 1831 this gentle Englishman set forth on his famous voyage in the Beagle. After 28 years he published Origin of Species, which revolutionized man's view of nature and his place in it
      September 1, 1980The Sciences

      Books, September 1980

      Analytic approaches to coal and other energy sources as alternatives to petroleum and gas
      August 1, 1981The Sciences

      Science and the Citizen, August 1981

      April 1, 1968The Sciences

      The Confirmation of Continental Drift

      After years of debate many lines of evidence now favor the idea that the present continents were once assembled into two great land masses: Gondwanaland in the south, Laurasia in the north...
      June 1, 2010Tech

      12 Events That Will Change Everything

      In addition to reacting to news as it breaks, we work to anticipate what will happen. Here we contemplate 12 possibilities and rate their likelihood of happening by 2050
      September 9, 2008Cognition

      Tom Friedman's New Book--Hot, Flat, and Crowded

      Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Tom Friedman discusses his new book, Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution--And How It Can Renew America . Plus, we'll test your knowledge about some recent science in the news...
      November 1, 2012The Sciences

      Does Congress Get a Passing Grade on Science?

      Scientific American asks leaders of a dozen House and Senate committees for written answers to eight policy questions related to science and technology
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