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Nautilus 005: Fall 2014

Nautilus

Published 2014
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Paperback
192 pages
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The fifth issue of the Nautilus Quarterly combines some of the best content from our issues on Symmetry, Mutation and Turbulence, with new original contributions from the worlds best thinkers, and gorgeous full-color illustrations. The issueMoreThe fifth issue of the Nautilus Quarterly combines some of the best content from our issues on Symmetry, Mutation and Turbulence, with new original contributions from the worlds best thinkers, and gorgeous full-color illustrations. The issue includes contributions by:Science writer Lee Billings, who casts his eyes to the distant future of technology, as seen by a long-dead science fiction writerEngineering professor Barbara Oakley, on learning mathematics from scratch at age 26, and what it taught her about learningJournalist and NYU professor Jessica Seigel, on the troubled relationship between race and the science of sun exposureAuthor Moises Velasquez-Manoff, on how we might be completely misunderstanding vitaminsAuthor David Berreby, on the man who discovered how to predict both weather and warPlus, original artwork from Chris Buzelli, Lauren Weinstein, Marcos Chin, John Hendrix, and more.