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Scientific American, January 2011 | [Scientific American]

Scientific American, January 2011

"Dawn of the Deed": Fish fossils have pushed back the origin of copulation in backboned animals – suggesting a key turning point in our evolution. "Contact: The Day After": A worldwide collaborative effort to search for extraterrestrial intelligence has astronomers believing we are going to pick up a signal from an extra terrestrial very soon.
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In this issue:

"Dawn of the Deed": Fish fossils have pushed back the origin of copulation in backboned animals – suggesting a key turning point in our evolution.

"Contact: The Day After": A worldwide collaborative effort to search for extraterrestrial intelligence has astronomers believing we are going to pick up a signal from an extra terrestrial very soon.

"Flu Factories": The next pandemic virus may be circulating on U.S. pig farms, but health officials are struggling to see past the front gate.

"100 Trillion Connections": The noise of billions of brain cells trying to communicate with one another may hold a crucial clue to understanding consciousness.

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