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On a still day, clouds move slowly across the sky. Is this apparent movement due to the spin of our planet?

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New Scientist Magazine Archive | EBSCO

New Scientist Magazine Archive is a digital collection of the prominent international science and technology news magazine, covering issues from 1997 to the present. Providing full-text, indexing and abstracting, the archive is an essential tool for researchers of technology, health, space and science in society. Request pricing.

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HOME · NEW SCIENTIST · NS+ [Archive: 1997 November 08] last word on Y2K. geraldine fenton (Letters, 1997 September 27, p 53) fails to take into account that when an IBM-compatible PC is left on at the end of 1999 the resultant "2000" date, shown by the "DATE" command, is only the DOS date not that held in the Real Time Clock (RTC) chip.

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New Scientist Last Word Series by New Scientist

The Last Word: Questions and Answers from the Popular Column on Everyday Science by New Scientist 3.60 · 52 Ratings · 2 Reviews · published 1999 · 1 edition

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The last word was a column in the New Scientist which has grown so much in popularity that as it can be seen it has become a phenomenon in its own right. The book basically is a series of light hearted questions which are then answered by a series of experts and opinionated non-experts.

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New Scientist: The Last Word

The following Last Word questions and answers are drawn from this week's issue of New Scientist. A huge database of everyday scientific Q & A is also available on our website.

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New Scientist Planet Science: Last Word on Y2K

HOME · NEW SCIENTIST · NS+ [Archive: 1997 November 08] last word on Y2K. geraldine fenton (Letters, 1997 September 27, p 53) fails to take into account that when an ...

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How to Fossilise Your Hamster: And other amazing experiments for the armchair scientist Questions and answers from New Scientist's popular 'Last Word' columnHave you ever wondered how to weigh your own head or measure the speed of light with chocolate and a microwave?

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New Scientist - Google Books

New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of ...

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Top 10 Greatest Scientists Who Changed The World

Apr 09, 2015 · This Serbian born scientist atop the list because of his immense knowledge in different fields of science and technology. Without a question, this 1856 born guy was a cool geek.

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New Scientist Last Word Book Series - ThriftBooks

The New Scientist Last Word book series by New Scientist & Mick O'Hare includes books The Last Word: Questions and Answers from the Popular Column on Everyday Science (Popular Science), The Last Word 2, Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Unsettling, Witty Answers to Questions You Never Thought You Wanted to Ask, and several more.

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9780192862044 - The Last Word 2 by New Scientist

The Last Word 2 by New Scientist ISBN 13: 9780192862044 ISBN 10: 0192862049 Paperback; Oxford: Oxford University Press, USA, February 1, 2001; ISBN-13: 978-0192862044

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Do Polar Bears Get Lonely And 110 Other Questions New Scientist

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Summary: "Greg Lestrade has taken Mycroft Holmes out for a drink - a small miracle by itself, such a milestone standing proudly above a relationship that until now has barely been spoken aloud - and is currently stirring the ice in a gin & tonic he’s been nursing for forty-five minutes, and Mycroft is thinking to himself, for perhaps the first honest time, that he doesn’t care how this ends."

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New Scientist - Wikipedia

In the 21st century until May 2019 New Scientist contained the following sections: Leader, News (Upfront), Technology, Opinion (interviews, point-of-view articles and letters), Features (including cover article), CultureLab (book and event reviews), Feedback (humour), The Last Word (questions and answers) and Jobs & Careers.

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Technology Governance: COVID-19 What's next for COVID-19 apps? Governance and oversight

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A selection of the most interesting questions and answers from the Last word column in the magazine, New scientist. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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In a word - I am a scientist. The anti-psychiatrists R. D. Laing and Aaron Esterson were very insightful but they couldn't do research to save their lives. Laing was extraordinarily imaginative, a genius at relating to patients, but didn't know when his ideas were inconsistent.

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New Scientist - Internet Archive

New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences. The brand's mission is no different today for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society ...

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Summary: "Greg Lestrade has taken Mycroft Holmes out for a drink - a small miracle by itself, such a milestone standing proudly above a relationship that until now has barely been spoken aloud - and is currently stirring the ice in a gin & tonic he’s been nursing for forty-five minutes, and Mycroft is thinking to himself, for perhaps the first honest time, that he doesn’t care how this ends."

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New Scientist Archive | Selected Article

New Scientist vol 162 issue 2188 - 29 May 1999, page 55 You report that reversing 50-millisecond segments of recorded sound does not greatly affect listeners' ability to understand speech (In Brief, 1 May, p 27).

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The last word was a column in the New Scientist which has grown so much in popularity that as it can be seen it has become a phenomenon in its own right. The book basically is a series of light hearted questions which are then answered by a series of experts and opinionated non-experts.

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Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition. Subscribe and get 4 free issues. Bob Holmes Humans are undoubtedly the most dominant species the Earth has ever known. In just a few thousand years we have swallowed up more than a third of the planet's land for our cities, farmland and pastures. By some

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