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📙 Scientific American, March 2016 by Scientific American, narrator Mark Moran


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In this issue: "Mystery Human": An astonishing trove of fossils has scientists, and the media, in a tizzy over our origins. "The Puzzle of Dark Energy": Why is the expansion of the universe accelerating? After two decades of study, the answer is as mysterious as ever, but the questions have become clearer. "Brain Drain": An internal plumbing system rids the brain of toxic wastes. Sleep is when this cleanup ritual occurs. "Syria's Climate Refugees": Farmers who have escaped the embattled nation explain how drought and government abuse have driven social violence. Want more Scientific American?Subscribe for one month or 12 months.Get the latest issue.Check out the complete archive. ©2015 Scientific American

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