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  • 1977 yılının şubat ayında daha kriptolojide kocaman bir çıgır açmış rsa tekniğinin ilk kez tanıtıldıgı/duyurulduğu dergidir..
  • bir de müzik grubu olanı var bunun. 2004 yılında strong for the future isimli bir albüm yayınladılar. deneysele yakın ambient havalarda elektronik müzik yapıyorlar. altyapıda da supercool hip-hop ritimleri var, genel olarak oldukça kafa yapıcı bir albüm. ee, bu durumda aslında grubun türü için abstract hip hop da diyebiliriz (ama neyse burada kesmek lazım yoksa bu muhabbet atmosferik yarrak metal'e kadar gider). merck müziklerine oldukça yakın bir albüm. daha fazla bilgi için biraz daha araştırma yapalım.
  • nisan 2005 sayısının şahane editör yazısı:

    okay, we give up
    by the editors

    there's no easy way to admit this. for years, helpful letter writers told us to stick to science. they pointed out that science and politics don't mix. they said we should be more balanced in our presentation of such issues as creationism, missile defense and global warming. we resisted their advice and pretended not to be stung by the accusations that the magazine should be renamed unscientific american, or scientific unamerican, or even unscientific unamerican. but spring is in the air, and all of nature is turning over a new leaf, so there's no better time to say: you were right, and we were wrong.

    in retrospect, this magazine's coverage of socalled evolution has been hideously one-sided. for decades, we published articles in every issue that endorsed the ideas of charles darwin and his cronies. true, the theory of common descent through natural selection has been called the unifying concept for all of biology and one of the greatest scientific ideas of all time, but that was no excuse to be fanatics about it.

    where were the answering articles presenting the powerful case for scientific creationism? why were we so unwilling to suggest that dinosaurs lived 6,000 years ago or that a cataclysmic flood carved the grand canyon? blame the scientists. they dazzled us with their fancy fossils, their radiocarbon dating and their tens of thousands of peer-reviewed journal articles. as editors, we had no business being persuaded by mountains of evidence.

    moreover, we shamefully mistreated the intelligent design (id) theorists by lumping them in with creationists. creationists believe that god designed all life, and that's a somewhat religious idea. but id theorists think that at unspecified times some unnamed superpowerful entity designed life, or maybe just some species, or maybe just some of the stuff in cells. that's what makes id a superior scientific theory: it doesn't get bogged down in details.

    good journalism values balance above all else. we owe it to our readers to present everybody's ideas equally and not to ignore or discredit theories simply because they lack scientifically credible arguments or facts. nor should we succumb to the easy mistake of thinking that scientists understand their fields better than, say, u.s. senators or best-selling novelists do. indeed, if politicians or special-interest groups say things that seem untrue or misleading, our duty as journalists is to quote them without comment or contradiction. to do otherwise would be elitist and therefore wrong. in that spirit, we will end the practice of expressing our own views in this space: an editorial page is no place for opinions.

    get ready for a new scientific american. no more discussions of how science should inform policy. if the government commits blindly to building an anti-icbm defense system that can't work as promised, that will waste tens of billions of taxpayers' dollars and imperil national security, you won't hear about it from us. if studies suggest that the administration's antipollution measures would actually increase the dangerous particulates that people breathe during the next two decades, that's not our concern. no more discussions of how policies affect science either. so what if the budget for the national science foundation is slashed? this magazine will be dedicated purely to science, fair and balanced science, and not just the science that scientists say is science. and it will start on april fools' day.

    okay, we give up

    matt collins
    the editors editors@sciam.com
    copyright 2005 scientific american, inc.
  • adam gibi bir subscription sistemi olmayan dergi. hesap takip sayfasi daha subat'tayken nisan sayisinin adresinize gonderildigini belirterek bunyeyi saskinliklara gark eder.
    insan bir tracking yapar suna. ayip. sictigim boka bile tracking yapabilecek teknolojik altyapi hayli hayli var artik, bu adamlar neden bu kadar fukara bu konuda anlamis degilim.
    kiniyorum.
  • kasim 2011 sonuna kadar 1845-1909 arasi arsivlerini ucretsiz erisime acan dergi, buyrun buradan yakin.
  • her ne kadar uluslar arası aboneliği varmış gibi görünse,abone olmak için yaptığım her girişimi ''geçerli bir sokak adı giriniz'' diyerek reddeden akşam akşam sinirleri bozan popüler bilim dergisi.
  • bu yıl 1 nisan şakası yapayım derken çığır açmış oluşum.

    neuroscientists: we don’t really know what we are talking about, either

    http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/…-about-either/
  • mart 2015 sayısını, üzerinde 5.99 us dollars yazmasına rağmen 36 liraya aldığım dergi.

    edit: geçen gün baktım, 39 lira olmuş.