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Your FREE BONUS ISSUE* on Intelligence and Outbreak
Your free bonus print issue from Nautilus combines some of the best content from our issues on Intelligence and Outbreak. It includes contributions from physicist Sabine Hossenfelder, radio producer Steve Paulson, and Gaia hypothesis originator James Lovelock, among others. This issue also features new illustrations by Jorge Colombo.
When it comes to intelligence, the mind is overrated. This issue explores body intelligence and emotional intelligence, and finer still, cellular intelligence. We peer into the black boxes of artificial intelligence, where the future looks dangerous. The intelligences in the sciences, and of the sciences, are without bounds.
Additionally, it’s a time like none other. What can Nautilus do to help you understand what’s happening to us? That’s the question that drives every article included in this issue on the coronavirus pandemic.
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