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Scientific American, September 2012

"The Case of the Sleeping Slayer": The mind’s delirium can turn tragically real in the neurological netherworld between sleep and wakefulness. "Mind in Motion": The idea of paralyzed people controlling their limbs by thought is no longer a fantasy. "Machines of the Infinite": A machine’s ability to quickly answer yes-or-no questions could affect everything from national security to the limits of human knowledge. "The Great Climate Debate": How far we can push the planet?
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In this issue:

"The Case of the Sleeping Slayer": The mind’s delirium can turn tragically real in the neurological netherworld between sleep and wakefulness.

"Mind in Motion": The idea of paralyzed people controlling their limbs by thought is no longer a fantasy.

"Machines of the Infinite": A machine’s ability to quickly answer yes-or-no questions could affect everything from national security to the limits of human knowledge.

"The Great Climate Debate": How far we can push the planet?

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