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volume three, issue eight

October, 1997

This month's "BioPoint" investigates some scientific theories about the origin of organic life. Meanwhile, the "Spotlight" features the origin of robotic animals in "The Robot Zoo." Coincidence? Maybe.

Take a minute to exercise your sense of touch. ME's yearlong inquiry into the human senses gets started at the fingertips. Then, try exercising your sense of sight with this month's "Puzzler." Don't let your mind fool your eyes.

October is a busy month of milestones. "Thisday" is filled with handy resources for acknowledging all of them.


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