PopSci #36 - November 2011
Anthony Fordham
at 01:08 PM 18 Oct 2020
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 Now with added ghostly digital hands!
Now with added ghostly digital hands!
IMAGE BY Australian Media Properties / Bonnier
New Issue // 

Our November edition is printed and ready for shipping to subscribers! Everyone else, you can get your hands on it:

On sale 26th October 2011

Let's take a look at what's inside...

This penultimate issue for 2011 is about one thing, one very big thing: the information. It's our Data special, where we delve into the world of ones and zeroes. 

Data is, quite simply, the most important thing in the world - maybe even the universe. Without it, we're helpless.

And with a global population of 7 billion, we need ever more sophisticated ways to manage that data. So in this issue we reveal:

How data can feed the world

How it can prevent crime

How it will show us our ultimate future - predict our fate

How it will allow us to reprogram life itself.

Of course, that's not all! We'll also wander the Pilbara dressed in a Martian spacesuit, step inside Ford's state-of-the-art virtual design lab (and play with all the gadgets on that fancy self-parking Focus), consider whether the Cloud is actually evil, and explode a turkey.

Why do we explode a turkey? You'll never know unless you read PopSci #36!

Let us know your thoughts on the issue in the comments below.

19 October, 2011, 12:41 PM
Can't wait to get my hands on one of these babies!!!!!!

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