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In This Issue
CHANGE OF PACE
AFTER MANY QUIET WEEKS (or maybe it’s been months), mostly spent at my desk in front of my computer screen (with the occasional bit of exercise snuck in-between), the last severa ...
Stick your chest out
I built this kist for my daughter as an additional wedding gift (and afterwards realised that it would make a great entry into the Kreg prize giveaway competition). I was given the ...
WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND? WRITE TO US [email protected] GO TINY, OR GO HOME Reading about the tiny nuclear reactors in the previous issue gave me a sense of déjà vu ...
1 NOVEMBER 1983 Coming: The Fastest Train In The West It was the early ’80s, and plans were afoot to create the fastest train in America. The ‘California Bullet’ project was ...
The F-15EX is a worthy remix of a classic American fighter
THE US AIR FORCE has officially gone back to the future, placing an order in July last year for eight F-15EX fighters. The Boeingbuilt jets are the first of what could be as many a ...
Science confirms Plato’s Theory: Earth is made of cubes
WHAT WOULD YOU get if you smashed the Earth into little bits? To answer that question, scientists from the US and Hungary ran a series of simulations illustrating the ways that roc ...
PLATO’S CUBES ON THE BIG SCREEN
At the crux of Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Tom Cruise’s character Ethan Hunt and antagonist August Walker, played by Henry Cavill, come to blows atop Norway’s famed Pulpit ...
Two mathematicians just solved a century-old geometry problem
IN 1911, GERMAN MATHEMATICIAN Otto Toeplitz first posed the inscribed square problem, predicting that ‘any closed curve contains four points that can be connected to form a squar ...
WHAT ARE THESE SHAPES, ANYWAY?
MÖBIUS STRIP (fig. 2) Known as the ‘twisted cylinder’, the Möbius strip is a one-sided, non-orientable surface. In other words, it’s a shape that, if you trace a line along ...
LET’S JUST TAKE A moment to consider the harlequin mantis shrimp, a small marine crustacean that would barely fit in the palm of your hand. Yet, incredibly, and in spite of its s ...
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