Scientific American Magazine, January 1987

By: Multiple Contributors

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Contents: The yields of Soviet strategic weapons - limit on underground test helps restrain their warhead development; Uranus - First results from Voyager 2; The Aids Virus - the picture remains bleak; Learning by Instinct - instinct often controls the learning process; Power from the sea - power from warm seawater; Practical growth - how solids aggregate and how bubbles move in fluids; Liposomes - can they deliver doses of drugs to tissues?; The evolution of the fleece - today's fine white wools are a far cry from earlier wools. Cover taped in place.