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Scientific American, February 2014

Magazines & Radio, Science & Technology04/03/2014 • 128kbps

Written by: Scientific American Narrated by: Mark Moran Length: 1 hr and 26 mins Release Date:02-03-14 In this issue: “The Proton Radius Problem“: Scientists may be witnessing the signs of a whole new realm of physics. “Remembrance of All Things Past“: Some people can recall details from their distant past as if the events happened yesterday. “An Indirect […]

Scientific American, January 2014

Magazines & Radio, Science & Technology31/01/2014 • 128kbps

Written by: Scientific American Narrated by: Mark Moran Length: 1 hr and 34 mins Release Date: 01-02-14 In this issue: “Our Unconscious Mind“: Unconscious impulses and desires impel what we think and do in ways Freud never dreamed of. “The Search for Life on Faraway Moons“: Moons orbiting distant exoplanets may account for most of the habitable locales […]

Scientific American, December 2013

Magazines & Radio, Science & Technology05/12/2013 • 128kbps

Written by: Scientific American Narrated by: Mark Moran Length: 1 hr and 26 mins Release Date:12-02-13 In this issue: “World Changing Ideas“: 10 ways science may jazz up our gadgets, help to solve our most intractable problems and save lives. “Fungi on the March“: A strange fungal disease in North America is heralding a new threat to human […]

Scientific American, November 2013

Magazines & Radio, Science & Technology02/11/2013 • 128kbps

Written by: Scientific American Narrated by: Mark Moran Length: 1 hr and 24 mins Release Date: 11-01-13 In this issue: “King of Beasts“: What happened to all of the large carnivore species that used to roam Africa? “World with Two Suns“: Astronomers are discovering distant planets that orbit two-star systems, uncovering bizarre and wondrous worlds unlike anything in […]

Scientific American, October 2013

Magazines & Radio, Science & Technology06/10/2013 • 128kbps

Written by: Scientific American Narrated by: Mark Moran Length: 1 hr and 33 mins Release Date:  10-01-13 In this issue: “An Ear to the Big Bang“: Astronomers may be able to observe the first few moments after the big bang. “Long Live the Humans“: Modern genomes and ancient mummies are yielding interesting clues to why humans live longer than […]

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