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Volume 88 | Number 4 | July-August 2000


Supersymmetry X 2

Bjorn Andreas

A review of The Quantum Theory of Fields: Volume III. Supersymmetry, by Steven Weinberg.

The Cardiology Industry

Aloyzio Achutti

A review of Saving the Heart: The Battle to Conquer Coronary Disease, by Stephen Klaidman.

Limbic Love

Roger Martin

A review of A General Theory of Love, by Thomas Lewis, Fari Amini and Richard Lannon.

Overheard in the Park

Martin Davis

A review of The Advent of the Algorithm: The Idea that Rules the World, by David Berlinski.

Fossils of Abu Dhabi

J. David Archibald

A review of Fossil Vertebrates of Arabia: With Emphasis on the Late Miocene Faunas, Geology, and Palaeoenvironments of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, edited by Peter J. Whybrow and Andrew Hill.

Travels with Pyle

Rod Crawford

A review of Chasing Monarchs: Migrating with the Butterflies of Passage, by Robert Michael Pyle.

The Case of the Deformed Frogs

Norman Johnson

A review of A Plague of Frogs: The Horrifying True Story, by William Souder and Hormonal Chaos: The Scientific and Social Origins of the Environmental Endocrine Hypothesis, by Sheldon Krimsky.


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