Popular Science - November 2012 (gnv64)

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[color=brown][b]Popular Science - November 2012[/b]
[b]English | PDF | 106 pages | 50.6 mb[/b][/color]

[color=green]Popular Science magazine brings the intelligent, interested ordinary person the latest scientific and technological breakthroughs, while examining the issues that these throw up. It hails from the US and features cutting-edge technology and insightful commentary from scientists, scientific journalists, and other experts at the forefront of scientific study but is always presented in an interesting, vibrant way that breathes life into the subject.[/color] 

[color=red]FEATURES[/color]
[color=blue]42 Material World[/color]
[color=blue]Electric running shoes, germ-free hospitals, stranger tendons, and other materials innovations that will improve our lives.[/color]
[color=blue]48 Appetite for Destruction[/color]
[color=blue]Sometimes, the best way to understand an object is to break It, These test labs push airplane windows, firefightmg suits, and car seats to their limits. By Gregory Mone[/color]
[color=blue]54 The Deep-Space Suit[/color]
[color=blue]Future astronauts need a suit as ambitious as their destinations. Here's what it will look like By Erik Sofge[/color]
[color=blue]60 Space Metal[/color]
[color=blue]What scientists know about mining's final frontier—asteroids. By Laura Ceggel ami Katie Peek[/color]
[color=blue]62 Andrea Rossi's Slack Box[/color]
[color=blue]Could a lone Italian inventor's miracle energy machine be real? By Sieve Featherstone[/color]
[color=red]DEPARTMENTS[/color]
[color=blue]04 from the Editor[/color]
[color=blue]06 Peer Review[/color]
[color=blue]10 Megapixels[/color]
[color=blue]91 FYI What's the softest material on Earth?[/color]
[color=blue]104 The future Then[/color]
[color=red]WHATS NEW[/color]
[color=blue]15 The first Androi-powered camera[/color] 
[color=blue]16 Tbe Goods Apocalypse edition[/color] 
[color=blue]20 Atool with seven swappabte heads[/color] 
[color=blue]22 ??sted: waterproof down[/color]
[color=blue]24 Smartphones invade the automobile dashboard[/color]
[color=blue]25 The future of 3D printing[/color] 
[color=red]HEADLINES[/color]
[color=blue]27 Computers made of crabs, slime mold, and human cells[/color] 
[color=blue]30 The first commercial undersea mining expedition[/color] 
[color=blue]35 An unbreakable worm robot[/color] 
[color=blue]37 The flying soot detector[/color] 
[color=blue]40 Why reducng friction could save billions of dollars[/color]
[color=red]HOW 2,0[/color]
[color=blue]79 A submarine disaster-simulation game[/color] 
[color=blue]64 3-0 printed razecar parts[/color] 
[color=blue]87 Gray Matter: Vaporizing hidden water[/color] 
[color=blue]BB Three ways to follow the Mars Curiosity rover[/color] 
[color=blue]89 Music conducted through your teeth[/color]
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