This month's issue of Scientific American features five articles. The cover story investigates the possibility of controlling hurricanes. Next, we rustle through genetic junk and the secrets of complexity. In the third article, we take to the polls for an analysis of electronic voting. Then, in physiology, why the lens of your eye may be the key to many diseases. Finally, we check out the possibilities of an all-encompassing Internet.
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