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1. Smithsonian
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2. Scientific American
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3. Your Big Backyard
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4. Discover
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5. Popular Science
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6. Scientific American Mind
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7. Popular Mechanics
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8. Science News
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9. Make: Technology on Your Time
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10. Click
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11. National Geographic Adventure
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12. Psychology Today
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13. Zoobooks
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14. Archaeology
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15. Tropical Fish Hobbyist
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16. Sky & Telescope
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17. Mother Earth News
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18. Aviation Week & Space Technology
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19. Natural History
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20. Muscular Development

1. Smithsonian
by Smithsonian
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005Q7DP
Sales Rank: 4
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Magazine -- period.
I will always subscribe to this fabulous magazine. There is so much variety in each issue.I am amazed at how this magazine always get me interested in things that I have never even thought about before.And the way the articles are written, I feel like I am being entertained while I am being informed -- it's awesome!The mix is not just heavy subjects either -- there are always ighter-weight articles too, so I can pick up this magazine on any occasion when I'm in any mood and I can always find something that I want to read about.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This is an excellent magazine. There are very few magazines that I choose to read cover to cover. This is one of the few.
5-0 out of 5 stars Literate, authoritative history in a nutshell.
Smithsonian says it like it was, albeit short and sweet.Without sprinkling complex grammar and cute expressions that are the hallmark of so many publications, Smithsonian provides the latest meaningful scholarship, especially if it departs from traditional concepts.Their photos are always profoundly informative and fresh, without cut and paste from the time-honored sources.Their article on Gavrilo Princip, the assassin of Archduke Francis Ferdinand, shook me to the core.Thanks Smithsonian. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Academies And Learned Societies    2. General Interest    3. Science    4. Science & Nature   


2. Scientific American
by Scientific American
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QDWG
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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For working scientists, especially in high-tech fields, there are only a few crucial nonjournal periodicals to pore over faithfully, and Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Always a great source of digestible scientific knowledge
I guess I still subscribe for the pictures.;-)
5-0 out of 5 stars Something for Everyone
I purchased this subscription for my 13yr old nephew, who just loves it. It is wonderfully informative reading matter that really has something for everbody in it. Now only if he would put it down so others can look at it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A benchmark
This science magazine should be held as a standard for the intelligent general science minded person. Articles are good, not overly technical in depth. At times it gets in its doldrums of articles, but generally it holds it own. You don't have to be a specialist in the field or hold degrees of the same. But it doesnt treat you like you were an idiot. It does at times takes some thought of getting used to. Their 'special topic issues' may be avoided unless you want compendium issue of that topic.Well received for the high-schooler either as the magazine or the website. At least the layperson can be science informed. The title of the magazine says it all. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. General Interest    2. Science & Technology   


3. Your Big Backyard
by National Wildlife Federation
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005Q7E4
Sales Rank: 17
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I started a subscription for my granddaughter, now four, a couple years ago.She loves animals, and loves Your Big Backyard.Goes through it from cover to cover.I'd highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This is an excellent nature magazine. It is exactly what it looks like - a magazine about the world and the animals in it. There is an ongoing hunt for the little bird and other little animal that are hidden in the magazine each month. It is a fun magazine with drawings by children, cute pictures and posters, stories, information and more.
3-0 out of 5 stars Great pub/Not so great service
I bought a subscription for my son some nine months ago, comfortable with an earlier review that indicated that when it was time to move to Ranger Rick (at 7 years), the customer was assured that they could apply any unused Big Backyard to the Ranger Rick subscription. Well, my son is clearly ready to move on from Your Big Backyard to Ranger Rick, but the magazine fulfillment service referred me to Amazon and Amazon told me they do not provide this service. It's not grave and I only have three months left of this subscription, but it's disappointing nonetheless. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling    2. Children    3. Children and Teens    4. Childrens    5. Education    6. Nature    7. Science & Nature   


4. Discover
by Discover Media LLC
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7PT
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Discover magazine
We've been getting Discover for about a year from someone who gave my children a subscription (but we can't recall from whom). That sub was nearly ended, so when my 13-year-old son said it's his favorite magazine, I bought him a new subscription for his 14th birthday.

2-0 out of 5 stars Gone Way Downhill
Recently renewed my subscription after a three year hiatus and I couldn't believe my eyes.The magazine is a skeleton of its former self, with slim stories and little science.Bob Guccione Jr's mag is not even that fun to read.On the happier side, the magazine appears to shun its earlier environmental preoccupations.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Book To Discover The World
The magazine provides its readers with immediate access to startling developments in science, technology and medicine with a renewed emphasis on how those breakthroughs affect their world. The world is evolving faster than ever. New technologies are influencing every aspect of our lives. An award-winning, general interest magazine devoted to the world of science and technology.For three out of my four years in high school, I kept up with Discover. It allowed me to be geeky without overstressing my brain on very technical, field-specific jargon that I'd find in journals like Scientific American. I learned a lot from that magazine. I learned such and such, and my best guess is from Discover. I usually don't retain fine details, but the pull quotes and headlines from that magazine stick with me.Discover is my science magazine of choice. Look for subscription deals and you'll be a happy geek like me, too.
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Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Science    3. Science & Nature    4. Science & Technology   


5. Popular Science
by Time4Media
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7SC
Sales Rank: 18
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Monthly Curiosity Fix
This is a great magazine for those who are curious.Every month is packed with a wide range of interesting articles on diverse scientific subjects.A lot of fun, and very stimulating.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine But one Major Flaw
Popular Science is a great magazine.I love to look at the new stuff coming out.The amount Tof ads inside is the only downside to this magazine.Almost half the magazine is fullpage ads.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good if you bumped a few trees in the Stupid Forest
This is definitely the inferior rag of the big Trio of Science monthlies. Filled with poorly-written articles. I actually went back to Home Depot once to get a refund for this magazine. It is indeed worth the gas and time to get a refund if you actually pay for this magazine. This magazine promotes commercial products, and no I'm not talking about the advertisements, but the actual articles themselves. The magazine is not a news magazine, it is just one big advertising rag where manufacturers have paid to get in. If you like paying for ads, go for it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Science    3. Technology   


6. Scientific American Mind
by Scientific American
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Sales Rank: 71
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A very, very invigorating magazine..
I am a IT prof. Thus, I subscribed to this mag.; only with the perspective to gain a "little" insight into the working of the brain, instead of having to go through tons of myraid med. literature. What I was pleasantly surprised with and I really mean it - is this editorial board's ability to present even day-to-day matter which even "might" concern some neural science in such a lovely and beautiful manner; that even my wife (who's just a plain house-wife) loves to read. The subject matter discussed IN NO WAY can be considered to be MEDICAL, but rather a CRITICAL APPRECIATION AND DISCUSSION of every-day issues and stuff we notice around each each day. The amount of advertisement is bare minimum ; quality of print is excellent ; the writings are terrific. ONE OF THE BEST MAGAZINES TO HAVE on SHELF. (Proof - my sister's 16-yr. old came to visit me. She's BUILT on video-games, Skype/AOL chat and MS Civilization III. She opened this mag., started to read it and finished the 4 issues I had till midnight!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Mind Engaging
This is my favorite magazine about the mind, particularly with respect to consciousness. It's like a meeting of the minds (no pun intended) between spiritual phenomena and scientific discovery. The articles are seriously interesting and always have a new twist. I do wish it was printed more frequently however it is worth the wait for each issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite magazine
This is the best magazine I've read lately.It is still new, and I've only received 4 issues, but read each cover to cover, finding each article fascinating, and very accessible (unlike the parent publication, which is occasionally over my head.)It may be just because I like the subject matter - but it seems to me these are subjects which would interest most people.Some recent articles (as of Oct. 2005) included why we lie, the meaning of dreams, the nature of consciousness, what causes creativitity, what is deja vu.It is one subscription which is well worth the money.The only drawback I've found is that it is quarterly - sometimes it seems like a long wait between issues. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Physiology    3. Science    4. Science & Technology (Guidance)    5. Health & Fitness    6. Psychology    7. Neuroscience    8. Consciousness    9. Intelligence    10. Cognition & cognitive psychology    11. Perception    12. Emotions   


7. Popular Mechanics
by Hearst Magazines
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Editor is a Patriot
Popular Mechanics is a great magazine. I've read it, off and on for years, but had just about forgotten about it. About a year ago a co-worker had a copy and in it the Editor wrote an open letter to the readers, it seems that someone was offended because he had ads for handguns in the magazine.
5-0 out of 5 stars Very interesting!
We love this magazine. It is very eclectic in it's subject matter and we have really enjoyed the variety.

5-0 out of 5 stars Chock-Full of Information
I took a chance on this magazine approximately 1yr. ago and I am not sorry I did.It has a wealth of information covering almost anything mechanical and electrical.The how-to section is always informative and helpful, as well as, educational.I will continue this subscription indefinately.
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Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Science    3. Technology   


8. Science News
by Science Service
Magazine (05 July, 2002)
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Asin: B00006AMT6
Sales Rank: 156
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great weekly for the general reader
Science matters. You already know that. You want to stay on top of what's happening in medicine, space research, earth studies, and more. That's because you know things like AIDS, earthquakes, and changing weather patterns all have huge significance to human needs and social policy. But you don't have the time or the specialized knowledge to plow through piles of academic journals every week, hunting the nuggets that mean the most and translating them into the language of normal, educated reader.
5-0 out of 5 stars Science News
I had subscribed to Science News for many years and somehow let it expire when I moved. I missed it greatly and was so glad to start receiving it again. It seems to be the best way to stay current on many fields of science.

5-0 out of 5 stars Science updates in manageable doses
I really enjoy this magazine and have subscribed to it for almost six years now.The fact that it turns up in my mail box every week and provides information on what's new in the scientific literature in small incremental doses that I can read in the limited amount of free time at my disposal is a definite plus.Almost every scientific topic in which I hold an interst is covered at least in the shorter articles, and several have been covered in greater detail in the longer ones.I find the letters to the editor exceptionally useful in that the questions proposed by readers are answered by the authors and clarify issues that may have been confusing to me also.In some instances, the criticisms provided by readers who have some professional knowledge of the topic have actually added to the value of the article. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. General    2. Hobbies and Special Inter    3. Science    4. Science & Nature   


9. Make: Technology on Your Time
by O'Reilly Media
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Sales Rank: 182
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars
It's interesting that they took down my review from months ago, where I gave it 3.5 stars.
4-0 out of 5 stars Read
This quarterly magazine really hits the spot, if you're in its crosshairs. It's a clean miss for others.
5-0 out of 5 stars No true geek should be without a subscription
This fine magazine is a cross between WIRED, American Woodworker, Popular Mechanics and Scientific American.Each issue features four very detailed DIY projects, along with short descriptions and general guides to a few others.Combined with the DIY info, there is the usual mix of opinion articles, political commentary, news summaries, letters, articles about crazy DIY-folk, etc.
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Subjects:  1. Commerce    2. Science & Technology (Guidance)    3. Technology    4. Computers & Internet    5. Do-It-Yourself    6. DIY    7. Gadgets    8. Inventions & inventors   


10. Click
by Carus Publishing Company
Magazine (02 August, 2002)
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Sales Rank: 160
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Yeah, what they said.Plus....
...once you tear out the subscription cards, there are no ads (unless you count one unobtrusive one buried in the publisher's information, telling you how to renew your subscription or order a slipcase).
5-0 out of 5 stars Our number 1 pick, even over Ladybug
My curious 3 1/2 yr old pre-schooler is absolutely fascinated by the themes in this magazine.A few of the articles are above his level which means I will be saving the magazine in a slipcase for future re-reading.The last issue I received was on the theme of magnification -- and we played with a magnifying glass and now more than a month later he enjoys pulling out a magnifying glass and magnifying all of the teeny tiny objects that catch his interest like the little metal balls in mazes, ants outside the house etc...Don't pass on this one, it has in depth articles, and plenty of pictures to engage a young ones interest too.What a great opportunity for open ended learning!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Magazine for Pre-Readers/Emerging Readers
I've been subscribing to Click, along with its sister publication, Ladybug, for about 2 years now. It's a great way to introduce the "real world" to my 5-year-old. Read more

Subjects:  1. Children    2. Children and Teens    3. Childrens    4. Education    5. Nature    6. Science    7. Science & Nature    8. Children's (Kids, Children, Kid, Juvenile)   


11. National Geographic Adventure
by National Geographic Society
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005Q7DY
Sales Rank: 65
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars more gold from nat geo
in this age of digital media, a billion cable channels and the internet, you might think nat geo print editions are a dinosaur.
5-0 out of 5 stars Adventures for Adults and Family
I especially love this magazine because it gives details of different "non tourist" adventurous things to do.EIther with the family or by yourself.From Canoeing to Climbing a mountain.I recommend it for anyone who likes the outdoors and likes to live on the edge, and with this magazine you will know what most adventure-ers dont.

5-0 out of 5 stars Adore this magazine!
Adventure, trips, and arcticles of people who have gone to the far reaches physically on this globe! Whether to travel into Afghanistan, or Budapest this is a great magazine to have if you love to travel, and explore! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Education    2. Geography    3. Professional & Technical    4. Recreation. Leisure    5. Science & Nature    6. Sports and Outdoors    7. Sports, Outdoors and Boat   


12. Psychology Today
by Sussex Publishing
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 191
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I Like It
The articles are fun & I've learned alot of useful information, like last month's article on depression - the fish oil & exercise worked almost immediately. It's not a professional or academic journal - if you're a general person on the street, you will learn a lot about psychology.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a Journal
I would have to agree with the preivous comments that state that this magazine isn't worthy of its title. I subscribed before reading review, I was hoping to find an affordable psychology-based read, though some stories are interesting I'm sure I'd be able to find them in other magazines like Vogue or Cosmo. and there is plenty of ads, probably more than stories. And much like other reviewers When I first ordered it, it took forever for the first issue to arrive, now its more regular but my subscription will soon end with no renewal of course!

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun, Valuable, Interresting but not an APA Journal
If you are looking for the quality of an APA journal, this is not one.But if you love the field of psychology as I do, it's a fun and relevant periodical. Kind of a Enquirer of Psychology.I find it a fun read when I'm relaxing, but be careful of their interpretation of research.You know how that can go.It's also got a flavor of Maxim or Cosmo type topics.Sex, relationships, dating, what do men/women like as well as diet/nutrition.Overall recommended. ... Read more

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13. Zoobooks
by Wildlife Education Ltd
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Sales Rank: 118
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Zoobooks
My 6 year old son loved this magazine. His eyes would light up whenever the magazine would arrive in the mail. The colorful photographs and fun facts about lots of types of animals made the magazine fun to read for both he and I.

5-0 out of 5 stars Zoobooks is the Encyclopedia of Animals
An easy to read format for the budding animal enthusiast with activities for subscribers online and inside the middle section of the magazine.
5-0 out of 5 stars A treasure to keep
I hope this magazine hasn't changed from when I got it as a child 20 years or so ago, because I dearly loved it then.It's not so much a magazine, with different articles and recurring features, as a vividly illustrated report on a different group of animals each month. (I wore out the binding on my "Alligators and Crocodiles" issue.) The beautiful drawings are both fun to look at and packed with information -- when I was taking biology courses in college I realized my old Zoobooks spreads of, say, "all the parrots of the world" had given me an intuitive grasp of comparative adaptation without my realizing I was learning anything.Be warned -- if you get this for your child, you may have to listen to all of the things she has learned about monkeys for months at a time! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Childrens    2. Education    3. Nature    4. Science & Nature    5. Zoology   


14. Archaeology
by Archaeological Institute of America
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 241
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The lives of ancient peoples
I'm a subscriber to Archaeology and quite enjoy the articles about ancient history and how peoples may have lived. Unlike National Geographic, which also covers other social topics, Archaeology focuses mostly on the peoples of the past. In particular, I enjoyed the articles written about the celts.
4-0 out of 5 stars Very impressed
I took an interest in archaeology while studying art history and am impressed with this magazine.Their current issue highlighted the treasure trove of artifacts being uncovered in Butrint, Albania - a country that many people do not understand (and Enver Hoxha didn't help matters any!).
5-0 out of 5 stars Archaeology . . .not just about potshards any more
I echo the positive comments of the other reviewers but want to add one more: this magazine isn't just for archaeology buffs.I suppose some people get excited by old broken vases, but it seems to me that the point of archaeology is to learn about how people have lived at different times.This magazine does a great job covering What It All Means for our understanding of real people's lives.
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15. Tropical Fish Hobbyist
by T F H Publications Inc
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Asin: B00006L078
Sales Rank: 165
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Not worth it for a Marine Fishkeeper
First the positive.This magazine is well laid-out and has good photography for the most part.The articles are informative.There are enough reviews on here extolling the virtues of this magazine, so let me tell you the downside.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Definitive Aquarium Hobby Magazine
I have been reading TFH for about thirty years, and it is by far the most comprehensive magazine resource for the advanced hobbyist.It costs a little more than the others, but it attracts the best authors and the photography is stunning. The editors take a more scientific slant than that offered in the two other popular Aquarium magazines, and though I subscribe to all three, TFH captures most of my attention. If you are a serious aquarium keeper, or want to become one, you have to check out this fine magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine
This magazine is no doubt the best aquarium magazine in the world.not only does it have clear and understandable information for the beggining and advanced hobbyist, but it's articles cover brand new things, aquarium news, fish profiles, that no other can match.For this reason, i humbly reccomend tropical fish hobbyist. ... Read more

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16. Sky & Telescope
by Sky Publishing Corporation
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Not just a Magazine. It's a tradition!
Sky & Telescope has been with us in its present form since 1941.It is part of the history and the fabric of amateur astronomy and, in my opinion, it is better than ever.We are privileged to be living in a golden age of astronomical discovery and you can share in this great adventure.Subscribe to Sky & Telescope and you become more than just an observer, you become a participant.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine
Since I was 5 I always had an interest for astronomy. I started reading books about astronomywhen I was 8. Last year on my birthday, My dad got me a this subscription to sky and telescope. I have also glanced through Astronomy, and have done the best to my abilities to write the pro's and cons
5-0 out of 5 stars A good and ambitious magazine
A magnificent magazine full of breathtaking photos and quality articles. Offers great advice for the hobbyiest. Not only does it keep one abreast of space science I think EVERYONE will find ithighly inspirational.The articles that take on more technical topics in astronomy and Cosmology sometimes leave one wanting but those wanting more accurate and detailed information on these topics are guided by the magazine to other sources. The magazine walks a tightrope and more often than not it is successful.
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17. Mother Earth News
by Ogden Publications Inc
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Sales Rank: 307
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars "lost its compost" for a while but slowly getting back to nature
Somehow, the Mother became more like something else... Sunset? I dunno, but it really lost its way from the down-to-earth, get-down-in-the-dirt, raise-chickens-in-your-backyard-&-fertilize-with-the-rest viewpoint.
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18. Aviation Week & Space Technology
by McGraw-Hill Companies
Magazine (05 April, 2002)
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Asin: B000065ALE
Sales Rank: 1063
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Never Recieved the product
I never received this product so I can not review it.I ordered it through AMAZON.COM and they never sent the magazine.DO NOT ORDER MAGAZINES THROUGH AMAZON.COM.I called customer service and being re-routed several times I finally spoke to a customer service agent who said the magazine is on its way. That was two weeks ago and I still have not received any copies of the magazine.DO NOT ORDER THROUGH AMAZON.COM.Order all magazines directly through the publisher or any other way.AMAZON.COM was a terrible experience.If I ever recieve the magazine I am sure the first issue will show that I started receiving the magazine at the order date so I will have to fight with them to have my subscription end with the my first delivered magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Aviation Week & Space Technology
It is very difficult to rate this item when I haven't even received the first issue.My rating is from my past memories of the magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars The World Of Aerospace At Your Fingertips
'Aviation Week & Space Technology' is the touchstone for quality technical periodicals the world over. The breadth and depth of knowledge in the 'Aviation Week & Space Technology' editorial staff and reporters is unparalleled and results in the most up to date and expert articles on aerospace in the world. Read more

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19. Natural History
by Natural History Magazine Inc
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Asin: B00005N7RQ
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Published by New York's treasured American Museum of Natural History, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Finest Popular Magazine on Natural History
"Natural History" is the official popular journal published by the American Museum of Natural History, the oldest - and largest - museum of natural history in the Western Hemisphere and without question, one of the world's greatest museums. In its pages it has featured brilliant essays by the likes of Roy Chapman Andrews, Margaret Mead, and Stephen Jay Gould, to name but a few of the many eminent scientists - both museum staff and outsiders - who have contributed superb articles on natural history to this magazine. It has retained an emphasis on scientific discovery, publishing articles pertaining to ecology and other aspects of evolutionary biology (including paleobiology), geology, astrophysics, archaeology and anthropology. Recent issues have included brief articles on biomechanics of various living organisms, those pertaining to recent and current exhibitions such as the Petra exhibition on display at the museum from the Fall of 2003 to early Summer 2004, and current ecological and anthropological research. Current museum scientists, most notably Neil deGrasse Tyson, the director of the Hayden Planetarium, often report in these pages on their ongoing research as well as on issues of a more general nature that might interest a scientifically-literate public. And to its credit, it has not shied away from controversy, publishing for example, an issue on so-called "Intelligent Design", which is seen by its adherents as a competing scientific alternative to evolution via Natural Selection, but lacks any scientific credibility from professional scientists, science educators and like-minded members of the general public.

5-0 out of 5 stars my oppinion
i enjoyed the magizine. it was also helpful in school.i learnt a lot from reading it

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Articles
This is an outstanding journal.The articles are diverse, informative, and current.Other than possibly Scientific American, there is not better journal for the life sciences.Read more

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20. Muscular Development
by Advanced Research Press
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars No Bull, no sissy GQ type workout, no Girly men
Sorry, if you are looking for fitness models, look at mens fitness or the "new" format of Muscle and Fitness "the GQ of Fitness magazines".
5-0 out of 5 stars Straight talk without the politics
I first started reading MD in 2003 while deployed in support of OIF 1 in Kuwait. I have to admit that my reason for choosing it over Flex, was that MD used to have the fitness girl pictorials (damn I wish that they would bring them back!). Anyhow, I also read Flex every month, but the thing that puts MD on top, is that readers get the word directly from the athletes. In the other mags, it seems that the athletes' words get "edited" prior to the issue going to print. If I want to know who won the latest contest and how they got into shape, MD covers it. On the other hand if I want to know what the lifetstyle outside the gym is like for an athlete, MD covers it. From Victor Martinez's time in jail to Dexter Jackson's family sacrifices enroute to becoming a star, to Lee Preist's staight up comments about the Olympia (though he had to make an appology later to the commision), MD covers it all. The thing that I respect the most about MD though, is that it pulls no puncheas in giving the real scoop on steroids. Not lony does the magazine discuss the negatives of using "gear", but it also talks about the positve side of steroid use for some people, along with comments from some athletes who will admit to using at one time or another. You WILL NOT find that in any other fitness magazine. Take all that and combine it with great photography and you got yourself a heck of a fitness magazine!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a top muscle magazine
I'm subscribed to several bodybuilding magazines, and this one, along with FLEX, are the best magazines that I've found to date.The small writeups in the front parts of the magazine are very informative and there are useful articles instead of junk everywhere like magazines such as MuscleMag. ... Read more

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