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Scientific American, February 2002

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In this month's Audible Scientific American, TV as a drug. Researchers see signs in coach potatoes that mimic what they see among serious addicts. Take a look at Saturn: why does it have rings? And, what is the explanation for the rings being flat, on a single plane? Also, hear about the latest advances that make getting wired a home a whole lot easier.
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