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TIME Magazine January 29, 2007 Vol. 169 No. 5


TIME Magazine
January 29, 2007 Vol. 169 No. 5

• COVER: The New Map Of The Brain - There are uncharted worlds inside your head, but science is drawing a map
The Mystery of Consciousness - You exist, right? Prove it. How 100 billion jabbering neurons create the knowledge--or illusion--that you're here
The Power of Hope - We say "Sweet dreams" when we induce general anesthesia--but nobody dreams. Consciousness stops. With anesthesia, however, we know how to undo the spell. You wake up when the operation is over, and there you are again. Not so when you drop into the coma of an advanced brain tumor
• RELIGION: Minnesota's Teetotal Taxis - The refusal of Muslim cabbies to allow alcohol in their cars may be misguided, but it's not a clash of civilizations
• WORLD: At Baghdad's Ground Zero - Sadr City is home to Iraq's worst death squads. In a new push to pacify Baghdad, here's how U.S. forces hope to take it back
• BUSINESS: The Global Question: Who Needs the U.S.? - Vibrant Asian and European economies may test the theory that when America sneezes, the planet catches a cold
• SOCIETY: The Overscheduled Child Myth - Despite the dire warnings, children whose schedules are
packed with activities actually flourish

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