National Geographic : 2010 Sep
FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS, GIFT MEMBERSHIPS, OR CHANGES OF ADDRESS, CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE AT NGMSERVICE.COM, OR CALL 1 800 NGS LINE 647 5463 . OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA PLEASE CALL +1 813 979 6845. DEPARTMENTS ngm.com O Tut's Family Tree DNA tests on Egypt's royal mummies tell a sometimes shocking tale. Our interactive family tree sorts out the incestuous relations that were part of Tut's world. On the Cover For its close-up, King Tut's 24-pound, gold burial mask was given a 90-minute reprieve from its glass case at Cairo's Egyptian Museum. Photo by Kenneth Garrett NGS Explorers 140 Inside Geographic 144 Flashback GeoPuzzle Editor's Note 4 Letters 8 Your Shot 12 Visions of Earth 14 THE BIG IDEA Augmented Reality 30 The latest smart phones and spectacles add a layer of information to what your eyes see. HISTORY Found at Ground Zero A doll, a shoe, and Bible pages are among the artifacts destined for the 9/11 museum. SCIENCE Cilantro or Soap? Your brain---and perhaps your genes---may determine if you find the herb tasty or sudsy. CULTURE Where Paychecks Go A survey shows how countries are different--- and the same---in spending habits. HEALTH Crawly Cuisine Is that a fly in your soup? The UN is pushing insect farming as a way to feed the world. GEOGRAPHY An Explosive Wager A bookie in Dublin is taking bets on the volcano most likely to erupt.