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In this issue:

“Does the Multiverse Really Exist?": Proof of parallel universes different from our own may still lie beyond the domain of science.

"The Evolution of Grandparents": Senior citizens may have been the secret to our species’ success.

"How to Build a Better Learner": Brain studies suggest new ways to improve reading, writing, arithmetic, and even social skills.

"How New York Beat Crime": The Big Apple became a model on how to stem homicides, muggings and other ills.

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