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     1  +5 2014 oct 04acupuncture and depressionCan Acupuncture Treat Depression ? - Scientific AmericanIn acupuncture , a practitioner inserts needles into the skin at points of the ... (the generic name of Prozac) in reducing symptoms of depression .
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02a pillar atmNew ATM Designed For Semi-Literate and Illiterate Populations The pillar ATM , which NCR is designing for rural areas in developing countries such as India and China, is waist high and could be secured to ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02google scientific american sandGrowth of the Alberta tar sands from 1984 to 2011 - Scientific The Earth is so huge, here's what I want you to do, go to Google Earth and ... It is as big as some of the natural sand bars I misidentified in the ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02automotive technology blogAutomotive Technology - Scientific AmericanLatest in Automotive Technology . Expeditions · Marine Archaeology Goes High- Tech. Editor's Note: Veteran .... Latest from SA Blog Network. Particle Physics ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30scientific articles about the hologramUniverse Really Is a Hologram According to New Simulations The two papers , he notes, are the culmination of a series of articles contributed ... the first theoreticians to explore the idea of holographic universes. .... “Dead Weight” on Mars Spacecraft to Advance Science and Technology.
     1  +4 2014 sep 30ultra deep layer difRare Diamond Confirms That Earth's Mantle Holds an Ocean's Most of Earth's volume is mantle, the hot rock layer between the crust and the core. ... The mine's ultradeep diamonds are misshapen and beaten up by their long journey. ... Could a Life-Sized TV Control Your Dog's Brain?
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30hunter gatherer dietHow to Really Eat Like a Hunter - Gatherer : Why the Paleo Diet Is HalfWe are not biologically identical to our Paleolithic predecessors, nor do we have access to the foods they ate. And deducing dietary guidelines ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30scientific american sandA Grain of Sand : Nature's Secret Wonder [Slide Show] - Scientific Gary Greenberg photographs the world, one grain of sand at a time, in A Grain of Sand : Nature's ... 2014 Scientific American , a Division of Nature America, Inc.
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     1  ~ 2014 sep 29sci amScientific American : Science News, Articles, and InformationLatest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. Get your science news from the most trusted source! Scientific American MagazineScientific American Magazine Archive. Browse issues back to
     1  ~ 2014 sep 28scientific american june 2011Jun 2011 - Scientific AmericanIn the race to the South Pole, explorer Robert F. Scott refused to sacrifice his ambitious science agenda. Edward J. Larson| June 1, 2011 | ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 27mind sciamScientific American Mind - Scientific AmericanADVERTISEMENT. Scientific American . Sign In | Register · 0
     1  +1 2014 sep 26internet in your handThe Internet in Your Hands - Scientific Americanmarynmck aidez-moi amis francophones? cherche personne/service pour transcrire intvvus enregistrés en francais. idées? @JulienCdt @wraillantclark ?
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     1  ~ 2014 sep 23rhythm mind musicThe Power of Music : Mind Control by Rhythmic Sound | Guest Blog New Orleans, October 16, 2012 - You walk into a bar and music is thumping. All heads are bobbing and feet tapping in synchrony. ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 2360 second scince60 - Second Science - Scientific AmericanAfter the Chicxulub meteorite, more than half the plant species in temperate North America perished along with the dinosaurs, and the composition of 
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22scientificScientific American: Science News, Articles, and InformationLatest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. Get your science news from the most trusted source! ‎Latest Stories - ‎Scientific American Magazine - ‎Mind & Brain - ‎News
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     1  ~ 2014 sep 22not enough sleep blogWhy We Are Not Getting Enough Sleep | MIND Guest Blog , Scientific Glorious, refreshing sleep is eluding the majority of Americans. According to the National Sleep Foundation's 2013 International Bedroom Poll ...
     1  +3 2014 sep 21solar at homeSolar at Home - Scientific American Blog NetworkEarlier this year, I blogged about a new website set up to ease the chore of shopping for solar panels, EnergySage, and since then the company's own blog has ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 21scientific american podcastVideos & Podcasts - Scientific AmericanPodcast | September 17, 2014. Genius Grant Goes to Science Historian · Podcast
     1  +100 2014 sep 20sprotection after 1st dose ofWhooping Cough Vaccine Falls Short of Previous Shot's ProtectionAfter more than three decades that never saw annual U.S. pertussis cases top
     1  +1 2014 sep 19wifi stands forWhat Wi-Fi Stands for —and Other Wireless Questions Answered Some people even say that wi-fi therefore stands for 'wireless fidelity,' but those who were involved in the industry association's process of ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 19why children forgetWhy do children generally forget all their memories from before the I didn't forget ,not ALL, so I don't know. The memories I have were significant in various ways. I remember my father returning from overseas vividly, I was less ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 18minutes ina dayHow to Gain or Lose 30 Minutes of Life Every Day - Scientific AmericanWe all know that smoking is bad for our health and that eating vegetables is good for it. Yet how bad and how good are they? Without a clear ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17co2 synthetic trees400 PPM: Can Artificial Trees Help Pull CO2 from the Air? - Scientific Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have touched 400 parts per million for the first time in at least 800,000 years. The jagged saw-toothed ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16american blogsScientific American Blog NetworkScientific American Blog Network combines a community of science bloggers and staff-authored blogs to provide authoritative information and ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16today's foods have less nutrientsDirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious It would be overkill to say that the carrot you eat today has very little nutrition in it —especially compared to some of the other less healthy foods you likely also ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16scientific americaLatest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. Get your science news from the most trusted source! SA MagazineScientific American Magazine Archive. Browse issues back to
     1  +1 2014 sep 16so delicious equipmentWhy Does Food Taste So Delicious ? - Scientific Americantable with food and beekers, equipment .... chagrined to find at the end of it a graphic (The Flavor Connection)that is so ludicrously complicated ...
     1  +5 2014 sep 16a rabid über idOnly One Person Has Survived Rabies without Vaccine--But How?Four years after she nearly died from rabies , Jeanna Giese is being heralded as the first person known to have survived the virus without ...
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     1  ~ 2014 sep 14science nature scientific american scientistScientific American .... More Scientific American Volume 311, Issue 3: ... Help scientists study the impacts of habitat fragmentation on wild animals by tagging photos ... Landslides Add to Misery of Kashmir's Worst Floods in Decades; Nature ‎Latest Stories - ‎Scientific American Magazine - ‎Mind & Brain - ‎News
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13only 10% of cellsHumans Carry More Bacterial Cells than Human Ones - Scientific ... would fill a half-gallon jug; there are 10 times more bacterial cells in ... Not only do gut bacteria "help protect against other disease-causing ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13brain glia neurons bookThe Root of Thought: What Do Glial Cells Do? - Scientific AmericanMind Matters editor Jonah Lehrer chats with Koob about why glia have
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13doing good blogDoing Good Science - Scientific American Blog NetworkJanet D. Stemwedel is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at San José State University. Her explorations of ethics, scientific ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 11what is lactic acidWhy does lactic acid build up in muscles? - Scientific AmericanA side effect of high lactate levels is an increase in the acidity of the muscle cells, along with disruptions of other metabolites. The same ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 11minutes in a dayThe way I'm reading it, a "unit of microlife" = 30 minutes. (why he bothers calling it a microlife is odd). But No "30 minute day ". And not "an entire ...
     1  +4 2014 sep 11ct scans cancerHow Much Do CT Scans Increase the Risk of Cancer ? - Scientific Ever since physicians started regularly ordering CT (computed tomography) scans four decades ago, researchers have worried that the ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 10nanotech water filtersCheap Nanotech Filter Clears Hazardous Microbes and Chemicals About 780 million people—a tenth of the world's population—do not have access to clean drinking water . Water laced with contaminants such ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 10victor vali americanStories by Victor Vali - Scientific AmericanLarge interferometers operating with laser beams make it possible to detect tiny distortions of the earth's crust with unprecedented sensitivity. One of these laser ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 10podcast scientific americanPodcast | September 6, 2014. Can't Take My Eyes off You—Your Face, That Is · Podcast | September 5, 2014. Apple Expected to Set Its Sights on Wearables, 
     1  ~ 2014 sep 1060 second scienceNinety percent of Tibetans share a genetic mutation that prevents their blood from becoming dangerously clogged with red blood cells at high altitudes—a 
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     1  ~ 2014 sep 09scientist reason dreamsThe Science Behind Dreaming - Scientific AmericanThe scientists predicted the likelihood of successful dream recall based ... as “ Charcot-Wilbrand Syndrome” has been known to cause (among ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 08landbeaver free mindland-beaver - Tag | Scientific American BlogsPosts Tagged " land-beaver " ... evolutionary and developmental origins of the mind in humans and non-human animals. ... risk free title graphic.
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     1  +1 2014 sep 08new article sitesScientific American: Science News , Articles , and InformationLatest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. Get your
     1  ~ 2014 sep 06terrence mckenna scientolgyWas Psychedelic Guru Terence McKenna Goofing About 2012 Raised in a Colorado ranching town, Terence McKenna discovered psychedelics in 1965 when he enrolled at the University of California, ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 06free home solarCan You Really Get Solar Panels Installed for Free ? | Solar at Home It sounds too good to be true: you can go solar without paying a cent. I first mentioned this proposition, known formally as a power-purchase ...
     1  +2 2014 sep 05genetic link to sleepRare Genetic Mutation Lets Some People Function with Less Sleep Rare Genetic Mutation Lets Some People Function with Less Sleep ... Rise: Scientists Determine How Gene Behind Sleep Cycle Works · Link  ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 04chromium cancerChromium in Drinking Water Causes Cancer - Scientific AmericanIt's been known for about 20 years that people can contract lung cancer when inhaling hexavalent chromium , also known as Chromium VI.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 03probiotics for halitosisTo Beat Bad Breath , Keep the Bacteria in Your Mouth Happy Curing halitosis requires the right balance of oral microbes .... no refined foods, including sugar, and quite a bit of fermented foods - probiotics ).
     1  ~ 2014 sep 03how judge people natureMixed Impressions: How We Judge Others on Multiple Levels All over the world, it turns out, people judge others on two main ... I believe that human nature ( nature and nurture combined) functions very well ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 02paleo diet criticismHow to Really Eat Like a Hunter-Gatherer: Why the Paleo Diet Is HalfAlmost equal numbers of advocates and critics seem to have gathered at the Paleo diet dinner table and both tribes have a few particularly ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 01cloud financing medical researchCrowd - Funding for Research Dollars: A Cure for Science's Ills Crowd - Funding for Research Dollars: A Cure for Science's Ills? .... (Bio) medical research is quite different and separate from most of the other ...
     1  +2 2014 aug 31carbon dating accuracyCarbon Dating Gets a Reset - Scientific AmericanThe carbon clock is getting reset. Climate records from a Japanese lake are set to improve the accuracy of the dating technique, which could ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 31plane struck by lightningWhat happens when lightning strikes an airplane ? - Scientific It is estimated that on average, each airplane in the U.S. commercial fleet is struck lightly by lightning more than once each year. In fact, aircraft  ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 30bed bug smellBed Bug Confidential - Scientific AmericanAnother clue to infestation is odor . Like many species of bugs, bed bugs release odors called alarm pheromones. When a group of bed bugs  ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 30what are goosebumpsWhy do humans get " goosebumps " - Scientific AmericanThe water is quite warm, but the wind is strong and the moment you leave the water you feel chilly and get " goosebumps ." So you change ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 29lead into goldFact or Fiction?: Lead Can Be Turned into Gold - Scientific AmericanLead Can Be Turned into Gold . Particle accelerators make possible the ancient alchemist's dream—but at a steep cost. Jan 31, 2014 |By John Matson. gold
     1  +2 2014 aug 29carbon based solar panelCarbon Emerges as New Solar Power Material - Scientific AmericanCarbon Emerges as New Solar Power Material. Carbon - based photovoltaic devices might one day replace silicon solar cells . Nov 16, 2012 |By Umair Irfan and ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 29lap top a noteA Learning Secret: Don't Take Notes with a Laptop - Scientific Half of the students were instructed to take notes with a laptop , and the other half were instructed to write the notes out by hand. As in other ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 27latest scientific puzzleThe Latest Fossil Finds Make the Puzzle of Human Evolution Harder The Latest Fossil Finds Make the Puzzle of Human Evolution Harder Than Ever to ... Will Scientists Ever Be Able to Piece Together Humanity's Early Origins?
     1  +1 2014 aug 26too much waterStrange but True: Drinking Too Much Water Can Kill - Scientific When a person drinks too much water in a short period of time, the kidneys cannot flush it out fast enough and the blood becomes waterlogged. Drawn to ...
     1  +2 2014 aug 26natural gas vs oilOil vs . Natural Gas for Home Heating - Scientific AmericanDear EarthTalk: Is it true that gas furnaces cost less to run and burn cleaner than their oil counterparts? If I make the switch, how long should I ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 25twin tower crash codeTwin Towers Forensic Investigation Helps Revise Building Codes Twin Towers Forensic Investigation Helps Revise Building Codes , ... which a plane did not hit, stand for seven hours and then collapse ?
     1  ~ 2014 aug 25sleep and dopamineSleep Deprived? Mind your dopamine . - Scientific AmericanMost of us will suffer sleep deprivation at one time or another. I'm not talking our usual state of broken sleep , 5 hours a night, or ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 25earth magnetic field weakeningEarth's Magnetic Field Flip Could Happen Sooner Than Expected Earth's magnetic field , which protects the planet from huge blasts of deadly solar radiation, has been weakening over the past six months, ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 24stephen hawking diseaseHow Has Stephen Hawking Lived to 70 with ALS?: Scientific AmericanHawking's condition was first diagnosed when he was 21, and he was not ... What has Stephen Hawking's case shown about the disease ?
     1  ~ 2014 aug 24fear of holesAre You Afraid of Holes ? - Scientific AmericanFor almost a decade “trypophobia,” literally “ fear of holes ,” was nothing more than an Internet phenomenon, but finally researchers have found ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 24smoked glass dog dishCould water in a dog's bowl + sunshine start a fire? - Scientific To see if this dog bowl theory held water, Lt. Eric Keenan, the Bellevue
     1  ~ 2014 aug 24led light safetyThe Dark Side of LED Lightbulbs - Scientific AmericanIndeed, LED ( light emitting diode ) lighting does seem to be the wave .... are NOT properly-lined landfills or environmental and workplace safety  ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 22stephen hawking alsHow Has Stephen Hawking Lived to 70 with ALS ?: Scientific AmericanStephen Hawking turns 70 on Sunday, beating the odds of a daunting ... Most patients with ALS —also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, for the ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 22nj free solar panels(Besides, SunRun didn't operate in N.J. at the time I got my array .) But dealing with all the bureaucracy and upfront costs was really a hassle, ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 22why asthama not curableCan asthma be cured? - Scientific AmericanAsthma is an eminently controllable illness. Indeed, for most sufferers, control is so effective that it amounts to a virtual cure . But asthma is not  ...
     1  +9 2014 aug 21lack of free playThe Serious Need for Play - Scientific AmericanFree , imaginative play is crucial for normal social, emotional and cognitive ... that a lack of opportunities for unstructured, imaginative play can keep children from ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 21caterpillar to butterflyHow Does a Caterpillar Turn into a Butterfly ? - Scientific AmericanTo become a butterfly , a caterpillar first digests itself. But certain groups of cells survive, turning the soup into eyes, wings, antennae and other ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 21where to find meteoritesHow to Find a Meteorite in 5 Steps - Scientific AmericanNonetheless, plenty of chunks of fallen meteors, or meteorites , are strewn across the accessible parts of the planet. So far, more than 40,000 ...
     1  +19 2014 aug 21why science is importantWhy Science Is Important - Scientific AmericanAs editor in chief and senior vice president, I've given talks to a range of audiences about why science is important to humanity's future ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 20ct scan radiationHow Much Do CT Scans Increase the Risk of Cancer? - Scientific Researchers reevaluate the safety of radiation used in medical imaging ... But a single CT scan subjects the human body to between 150 and ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 20how to find meteoritesHow to Find a Meteorite in 5 Steps. To start, get permission to keep what you find , find a barren spot like the Mojave Desert or Great Plains, and ...
     1  +5 2014 aug 20scientific american gerald osterStories by Gerald Oster - Scientific AmericanContracting muscle generates distinct sounds that are not heard only because the human ear is insensitive to low frequencies. Such sounds are now studied for  ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 20climate change solutions10 Solutions for Climate Change - Scientific AmericanTen possibilities for staving off catastrophic climate change ... There are no perfect solutions for reducing dependence on fossil fuels (for ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 20lactic acid build upContrary to popular opinion, lactate or, as it is often called, lactic acid buildup is not responsible for the muscle soreness felt in the days ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 19feline taste budsStrange but True: Cats Cannot Taste Sweets - Scientific AmericanOur feline friends are only interested in one thing: meat (except for ... Humans enjoy five kinds of taste buds (possibly six): sour, bitter, salty, ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 19stainless steel magnetWhy don't magnets work on some stainless steels? - Scientific Due to this difference, ferritic stainless steels are generally magnetic while austenitic stainless steels usually are not. A ferritic stainless steel  ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 19what makes us humanWhat Makes Us Human ? - Scientific AmericanThat is, of the three billion letters that make up the human genome, only 15 million of ... those roughly 15 million bases lay the differences that made us human .
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18perfume articles for freeScent of Danger: Are There Toxic Ingredients in Perfumes and Dear EarthTalk: I've always suspected that perfumes and colognes must not be ... Free Trial Issue: www.emagazine.com/trial. Share this Article : ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18scientific american feeling blueSeeing Red, Feeling Blue - Scientific AmericanMore Science ». July 2001. Email; Print · See Inside July 2001. Seeing Red, Feeling Blue ... 2014 Scientific American , a Division of Nature America, Inc.
     1  ~ 2014 aug 17scientific american abonnementInternational Editions - Scientific AmericanInternational Editions. Scientific American Belgium Edition ... +86-10-8532-5981 ( Tel) +86-10-8532-5810 (Fax). Scientific American Czech Republic Edition ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 16how to measure consciousnessA New Method to Measure Consciousness Discovered - Scientific A New Method to Measure Consciousness Proposed. It's an important new tool for doctors, but what is it actually measuring? Jan 7, 2014 |By Partha Mitra.
     1  ~ 2014 aug 16scientific american magazinesScientific American Magazine - Scientific AmericanScientific American. Sign In | ... Scientific American Magazine Archive. Browse ... Rubber Bullets in Missouri Clash Highlight Militarization of America's Police ... ‎Scientific American - ‎Scientific American Volume ... - ‎January - ‎See Inside
     1  +1 2014 aug 16stem cell injection eyelidsIn the Flesh: The Embedded Dangers of Untested Stem Cell In this case the doctors extracted mesenchymal stem cells —which can turn
     1  ~ 2014 aug 15cons of septic tankSewer or Septic ? - Scientific AmericanAlthough shared sewers and private septic tanks each have environmental pros and cons , septic systems place the responsibility for proper ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 14too much soyCould Eating Too Much Soy Be Bad for You? - Scientific AmericanNew studies suggest that eating large amounts of soy's estrogen-mimicking compounds ... “We know that too much genistein is not a good thing for a developing ...
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