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This month's cover story, "Loop Quantum Gravity" takes a closer look at the atoms of space and time. Also in this issue of Scientific American for January 2004: radio-frequency identification tags stand poised to automate many aspects of our lives, decoding schizophrenia, a look at how men and woman lived in one of the largest Neolithic settlement, and more.
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  • Franz
  • Durbanville, N/A, South Africa
  • 02-03-04

Great concept, even better description!

I just want to state here that the article about loop quantum gravity is really great - although audio, pictures are created in my head; and even though english is not my mothertounge, and the accent of the reader is very american, it took me only 2 hours to get the content of this new theory!

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