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Volume 89 | Number 2 | March-April 2001

Critiquing Science: An Excerpt from Life Is a Miracle

Pets Aren't Us

Clive Wynne

A review of The Truth About Dogs, by Stephen Budiansky, Dogs Behaving Badly, by Nicholas Dodman and Companion Animals and Us, edited by Anthony L. Podberscek, Elizabeth S. Paul and James A. Serpell.

Coming: Calamity and Chaos

Paul Epstein

Life Under Water in Monterey Bay

Taking It All: The World as Wilderness

William Dietrich

A review of Inside Passage: A Journey Beyond Borders, by Richard Manning.

The Sheer Logic of IT

Christos Papadimitriou

A review of The Universal Computer: The Road from Leibniz to Turing, by Martin Davis.

Total Records : 18


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