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  • think. what you can be

    food issues?

    intelligent entertainment Weirdos, warts and wounds in movies How to create a graphic novel Wonderbooms Cito reviews for us

    big break-out

    No, not zits its the JSE

    feet first

    The anatomy of running shoes

    bulk it up

    Are protein shakes ruling your li

    fe?

    ever wondered w

    hy ...

    asparagus makes your pee stink?

    cough, sniff

    The mighty mutant is back

    what you see is not always what you get

    June 2008/issue 22

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    SMART

    READS

    CLUES

    STORY

    Strain your br

    ain (7)

    Fo

    od for _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ p 13

    Sequential edi

    tions of a mag

    (6)

    Do

    you have food

    _ _ _ _ _ _?

    p 14

    Its hard to be

    lieve, isnt it?

    (10)

    Th

    e _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ bulk p

    16

    Why Santa squ

    eezes down ch

    imneys (3)

    All

    you need to k

    now about _ _

    _ p 18

    We eat this ev

    ery day (5)

    GM

    _ _ _ _ _ p 1

    9

    What that per

    fect couple ha

    s (9)

    Th

    e _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ of cookin

    g p 20

    You play this f

    or fun (4)

    RDA

    _ _ _ _ p 2

    2

    Have a nice lo

    ng trip (7)

    Th

    e _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    of a cheesebu

    rger p 24

    Slang for wha

    t fills your wa

    llet (sometime

    s) (5) Ma

    king _ _ _ _ _

    on the JSE p

    36

    Using money to

    make it yours

    (3)

    How

    to _ _ _ a fran

    chise p 38

    REGULA

    RS

    Ed left us a m

    essage (4)

    Ed

    s _ _ _ _ p 2

    What geeks re

    ally are (3)

    Com

    munity of _ _

    _ : your new

    s, your views

    p 4

    Diplomats in f

    oreign regions

    (11)

    Bra

    nd _ _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ _ _ : me

    et Senaly and

    Hayley p 6

    What studying

    hard makes yo

    u (5)

    _ _ _

    _ _ technolo

    gy p 8

    Like building i

    t, but in rever

    se (14)

    _ _

    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ _ : how

    a fridge keep

    s it cool p 1

    0

    The thing you

    store your org

    ans in (4)

    _ _

    _ _ smart: mi

    ghty mutant

    p 26

    The study of g

    ames played f

    or points (5, 7

    ) _ _

    _ _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ _ : the

    anatomy of fo

    otwear p 28

    You shouldnt b

    reak it in polit

    e company (4)

    Sci DI

    Y: chase the _

    _ _ _ p 32

    How much yo

    u pay (4)

    Sm

    art maths: th

    e _ _ _ _ of f

    ood p 34

    That squishy t

    hing in your s

    kull (5)

    Thin

    k tank: these

    will bust your

    _ _ _ _ _ p

    47

    Its really not

    complicated (

    6)

    _ _

    _ _ _ _ scien

    ce: on a roller

    coaster p 48

    INTELLI

    GENT EN

    TERTAIN

    MENT

    Not who, whe

    n, where or w

    hy (4)

    Pr

    ess play: _ _ _

    _ not to miss

    p 39

    Its an (Afrika

    ans) amazing t

    ree (10)

    Mu

    sic: _ _ _ _ _

    _ _ _ _ _ s C

    ito speaks ou

    t p 40

    Lots of words

    between two c

    overs (5)

    _ _

    _ _ _ : how

    to create a gra

    phic novel p

    42

    What you do a

    fter a fight wit

    h a friend (4-2

    ) Movi

    es: _ _ _ _ - _

    _ in movies

    p 44

    Two teams fig

    hting over a fu

    nny-shaped b

    all (5) Ga

    me lab: scrum

    down with _

    _ _ _ _ 08 p

    46

  • CHAT ROOMEditor Nevelia Heilbron

    Art Director Anton Pietersen Managing Editor Desire Kriel

    Editorial Assistant Nicklaus Kruger Copy Editor Sally Rutherford

    Proofreader Fred Pheiffer Publisher Helena Gavera

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    Editorial Contributors Nikki Benatar, Ellen Cameron, Kate Carmichael, Erin Classen, Bruce

    Farthing, Karen Horsburgh, Living Maths, Michelle Minnaar, Maya Naumann, Linda Pretorius, Anthony

    Samboer, Eeshaam September, Alpa Somaiya, Mandy van Staden, Mandy J Watson Syndication Manager Glynis Fobb

    Educational Consultants Wordwise

    PUBLISHED ON BEHALF OF BSQUARE COMMUNICATIONS

    Communications Manager Kate Evans

    HIP2B2 PIONEERED BY MARK SHUTTLEWORTH

    Published by New Media Publishing (Pty) LtdTel: 021 417 1111 Fax: 021 417 1112

    Managing Director Bridget McCarneyBusiness Development Director John Psillos

    Editorial Director Irna van Zyl

    All rights reserved. While precautions have been taken to ensure the

    accuracy of information, the editor, publisher and New Media Publishing

    cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies, injury or damages that may arise.

    Printed by Paarl Print

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    Do you have food issues? Thats the question we pose this month. I believe we all do, whether its thinking about food too much, worrying about genetically modified foods or wondering about the disgusting ingredients we eat daily.

    If it feels like your bellys ruling your mind, it may be time to return to how things should be: hunger and thirst begin in the brain, so your mind really should control your stomach. Read our feature on page 14.

    This issue is filled with the usual mix of fascinating, fun and freaky. We research the anatomy of sports shoes, find out how to start a franchise and write a graphic novel and even why blue cheese stinks. Tie your laces and get ready for another journey in curiosity.

    But first focus on the essentials: lets eat enough of the things that will help us be much more than what we are.

    NEVELIA

    We are indeed m

    uch more than w

    hat we eat, but w

    hat we eat

    can nevertheless

    help us to be mu

    ch more than wh

    at we are.

    - AdELLE dAVIs,

    WRITER

    HIP MAG WINs AGAIN!

    The awards just keep coming. HIP2B2 recently won a Merit

    award in the category Customer Magazine of the Year at the 2007 AdMag Awards. It gets

    hipper all the time.

    Winner: 2007 AdMag Custom Publisher of the Year

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    MAPASEKA RAPUTSOANE

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    IREECH MOKHUTHI

    Grade 12, Lenyora La Thuto Secondary SchoolFavourite exhibition? HIP2B2.Favourite subjects? Biology, Physical Science and Mathematics.Dream career? To be a doctor, because I like helping people.Favourite scientist? Albert Einstein.

    WILLIE MAY

    Grade 12, Lenyora La Thuto Secondary School Favourite exhibition? North-West Universitys Postgraduate School of Nuclear Science.Favourite subjects? Science and Mathematics. Dream career? Chemical engineering.Favourite scientist? Isaac Newton.

    RAMOLEBO LEHLOHONOLO

    Grade 12, Lenyora La Thuto Secondary SchoolFavourite exhibition? North-West Universitys Postgraduate School of Nuclear Science.Favourite subjects? Science and Mathematics: they are challenging.Dream career? To be a nuclear engineer or medical doctor. Favourite scientist? Isaac Newton.

    HIP2B2 Brand Ambassador SAMANTHA KHUMALO spoke to learners at Science Unlimited Week in Gauteng.

    ON THE SMS CHAT LINE

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    YOU SAID IT

    respect to Professor Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University, whos transformed the way scientists think about black holes, cosmology and quantum gravity, and also managed to get the message across to the rest of us with his bestselling books all while confined to a wheelchair due to motor neurone disease. And hes also the first quadriplegic to have experienced weightlessness.

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    WILLIE

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