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Table of Contents for
Vol. 13, No. 1, January/February 2007
Pepsi & Coke & Coli 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 COKE & PEPSI & COLI Issue*Special COKE & PEPSI & COLI Issue

On the front cover: A plush toy microbe fondles a can of Pepsi-Cola. This artistic formulation symbolizes the results of Ella Rotman's study "Using E. coli to Assess Coke vs. Pepsi." See page 13. Photo: Ella Rotman.
(To see the front cover enlarged, click on the image.)

On the back cover: Origami butt, seen here in a standing dog, is the subject of contentious, abstruse mathematical analysis. See the several letters on the subject in this issue's "AIR Vents" column, page 2. Photo: A.S. Kaswell.
(To see the back cover enlarged, click on the image.)

Cover design by Peaco Todd.


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