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Your FREE PRINT BONUS ISSUE* on Underworlds, Atmospheres, and Catalysts
Your free bonus print issue from Nautilus combines our best content from our issues on Underworlds, Atmospheres, and Catalysts. It includes contributions from science and nature journalist Brandon Keim, paleoclimatologist Summer Praetorius, and astrophysicist Martin Rees, among others. This issue also features new illustrations by Jorge Colombo.
This issue looks at science as a journey into the unseen, the hidden, the unknown. It’s a journey into the human brain to uncover the neural connections that guide our behavior in the dark, outside the light of conscious awareness. So many of the answers are out of sight, but in this issue of Nautilus, we go into the underworlds to find them.
We also turn our magnifying glasses on atmospheres. With global warming upon us, the time is now for a closer look. Can what we do in our cultural and personal atmospheres change what happens in Earth’s atmosphere?
You’ll then dive into the multiple perspectives on catalysts in science, from cosmology to medicine, neuroscience to physics. It illuminates the elusive agents of change that spark ever-emergent worlds.
*Bonus issues available while supplies last.