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For the very definition of what's new and cutting edge, look no further than Popular Science. Covering the new and emerging developments in science and technology, electronics, communications, cars, tools, aviation, space exploration, energy, and photography, this magazine is an indispensable resource for those who want to keep up with our ever-changing world.
Popular Science is a pool of knowledge at many levels. We have been reading this mag for many years - We would like to offer a suggestion. My guess is many of us would greatly appreciate the font size being enlarged a tad - the genetically altered mosquitoes was brilliant - however, reading was another issue.
I saw the article on the disaster response robots and was wondering if there is more potential for them than just responding to the disasters. Now don't get me wrong,it is important for them to save lives, but I'm just wondering if they will be able to build structures or explore deep space. Just some food for thought.
I have received this since before I was a pre-teen - now over 30 years. I have read every type of magazine while I have continually kept my subscription to Popular Science. This is one of those magazines you never get tied of over a lifetime. Get it and read it!
This magazine is very nice.....My son likes this magazine so much, he brought a surprise subscription for his father....
They have us as a customer for a long time.....
We look forward and are excited every month to see the new articles...
I have been reading Popular Science for almost 10 years, and each year, I continue to enjoy it even more. The articles in every area of the magazine are extremely informative and provide just the right amount of science without confusing or alienating the reader. The How 2.0 section is quickly becoming my favorite, as the great in-depth articles on doing things yourself is great. The Megapixels section has some of the most amazing photos I'll never see for myself. Truly a great magazine for everyone from a high-school student to a retired garage tinkerer. Pair this up with Popular Mechanics (as I always have) and you have the one-two combo that keeps you in the technology loop.