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اگر دوستانی می توانند ما را در آپدیت موضوع خاصی از وبلاگ یاری کنند در بخش تماس با مدیر اعلان کنند
مدیر وبلاگ : ایلیا جلیلوند
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Pages: 155 pages
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About National Geographic:
Since 1888, the magazine of the National Geographic Society has brought the world home to millions of readers through brilliantly vivid photographs, illustrated maps and compelling stories that bring natural history, culture, science and the various regions of the globe to life. Each issue of National Geographic is like a beautiful book. This is not just any magazine, and the world has taken note ever since National Geographic began publication. No other magazine explores everything in such depth and in such a fascinating way with journalistic vigor, with articles accompanied by exquisite photography that has the power on its own to tell a story without any words. I grew up with National Geographic, as my parents believed that it would be an influential magazine to have around the house. They were right... NG inspired me and always piqued my interest in learning. There are no limits when it comes to the topics this magazine covers, and I appreciate that National Geographic continues with such strength and intellectual curiosity. I will continue to be a loyal subscriber for years to come.
Content issue National Geographic - February 2010 PDF:
The Polygamists One Cubic Foot Protecting Patagonia India’s Nomads Hubble Renewed Curious Chimps FEBRUARY 2010 • VOL. 217 • NO. 2 A Mormon splinter group is neighborly—and notorious. By Scott Anderson Photographs by Stephanie Sinclair Guess how many creatures you’ll fi nd in a cube of soil or sea. By Edward O. Wilson Photographs by David Liittschwager Threats include shifting glaciers and salmon farms. By Verlyn Klinkenborg Photographs by Maria Stenzel They hunt. They herd. They charm snakes. And they’re in crisis. By John Lancaster Photographs by Steve McCurry The telescope now sees more clearly than ever. In the Congo they seem as intrigued by us as we are by them. By Joshua Foer Photographs by Ian Nichols DEPARTMENTS On the Cover On a bone-chilling day, Utah patriarch Joe Jessop poses with his wives and some of his well-behaved progeny . Photo by Stephanie Sinclair HISTORY Uncommon Cents Since 1893 elongated pennies have commemorated fairs, wars, disasters, and more. TECHNOLOGY Robo-fi sh The sleek swimmers are designed to patrol the water for pollution. ENVIRONMENT Lightning Up Bolts fl ash over a Venezuelan lake 200 days a year, and the intensity is increasing. SCIENCE Name That Element The periodic table welcomes its newest—and heaviest—addition, named for Copernicus. WILDLIFE Epic Journey A biologist thinks globe skimmer dragonfl ies go on a multigenerational, 11,000-mile trek. THE BIG IDEA Turning Mars Into Earth 30 Can we transform the frozen, thin-aired orb into a habitable planet? Editor’s Note 4 Letters 8 Your Shot 12 Visions of Earth 14 Inside Geographic 146 Flashback GeoPuzzle
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