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In this issue:

"Is the Universe Leaking Energy?": One of science's most fundamental laws does not apply to the universe as a whole.

"DNA Drugs Come of Age": New vaccines and medicines offer hope for fighting HIV, influenza, and other maladies.

"War of the Machines": Robots are bringing about the most profound transformation of warfare since the advent of the atom bomb.

"How Babies Think": Babies' and young children's cognitive abilities far surpass those that psychologists once believed.

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