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Table of Contents for
Vol. 11, No. 2, Mar/Apr 2005
Puzzling Solutions issue


The features marked with a star (*) are based entirely on material taken straight from standard research (and other Official and Therefore Always Correct) literature. Many of the other articles are genuine, too, but we don't know which ones.

Special PUZZLING SOLUTIONS Issue*Special PUZZLING SOLUTIONS Issue

On the front cover:  A collection of solutions to various little-known or unknown puzzles. Photo: A.S. Kaswell.
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On the back cover:  Photomicrographs of skin sections. The two heart shape are the fortuitous entering of dermis into the epidermis that occurred during sectioning. The flower shape is actually a hair follicle. The images were taken by Anna Batistatou, Assistant Professor of Pathology, and Konstantinos Charalabopoulos, Associate Professor of Physiology, both at the University of Ioannina Medical School, in Greece.
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Cover design by Peaco Todd.


Special Section: PUZZLING SOLUTIONS

Improbable Research

Recommended Research*

News & Notes

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