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HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, September / October 2017
• The stars gaze into the past—If distant plants could see the light bouncing off Earth from millions of light years away, they’d see dinosaurs or human ancestors.
• Life’s first moment just got pushed back—New geological evidence from ancient rocks in northern Quebec suggests that life could have begun much earlier than we thought.
• The art of watchmaking—Lancaster, Pennsylvania might seem an odd place for the last American fine watch manufacturer, but RGM doesn’t think so.
• What it’s like to live only in the now—How a neuroanatomist’s stroke shut down her sense of past or present.
• Sleep your way to Mars—What it might look like to travel 34 million miles in a state of artificial hibernation.
• In some cultures, tomorrow is to the left—Time only seems to move from left to right if you read in that direction.
• The man killing your holidays—Steve Hanke wants to make your calendar the same every year, with every New Year’s Eve on a Sunday.
• Cameras to speed or slow reality—Capture an entire night’s worth of stars in one image, or break down a second into thousands of frames.
• Your life, in a day—How a perfectly average American spends their waking minutes over the course of their life.
• A sleep tracker that keeps its distance—Analyze your zzz’s at home with a bedside monitor that records your breaths and movements.
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What's New in Version 5.3.19
- Bug and stability fixes
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Great way to read Popsci
I've been using this app for over a year with no issues. After reading the physical magazine for many years I've completely switched to the app now. It's a fair price for the content in my opinion, especially if you have a yearly subscription.
PLEASE add support for landscape view!
I love popular science! I have no problems with this app other than the absence of landscape view. Please add support for this! I often read it on my iPad and I would much rather be able to stand it up on the table in front of me with my case than hold my iPad out in front of me while I read and risk dropping it. Not to mention my arm gets quite tired.
Haven't had this app for some time, but good lord what happened to it? You used to be able to read articles on here without paying, now you have to pay? I realize they need to make money, but what happened to advertising? I feel as though science is already falling to the wayside in America, but now a popular science, no pun intended, magazine must limit even further those who would like access to their material?
- Category: News
- Updated: Sep 19, 2016
- Version: 5.3.19
- Size: 33.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Bonnier Corporation
- © Popular Science
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