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Science & Environment
Cindy Wendt, editor: Dava Della, associate editor

Asteroid - a collision course?

Summer 2002 was, for a while, the summer of the asteroid. In June, an asteroid the size of a soccer field missed the Earth by 75,000 miles. The scientists discovered that rock three days after it had missed the planet.

   

Sea toys - ocean PTD's

The latest fad in new ocean technology is similar to the fads we are seeing on land, where PTDs-personal transportation devices- are taking over.

   

To lose weight, some may need pills, not will power

The control of one’s weight has troubled and puzzled both people and doctors for years. A combination of eating right and regular exercise seems to be the cure, and yet, many people cannot stick to this plan or lose weight no matter how hard they try.

   
   

 

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