Red Bulletin May 2012
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- Red Bulletin in May. Fonda's Lazarus Return - Why Easy Rider's latest movie makes America think again about 9/11. Super Soaraway Sunplane! - The solar plane that never needs to land. Waiting For The God Particle - Inside CERN with 10.000 secret-seeking physicists. This and more in Red Bulletin's new issue.
Red Bulletin: Wild To Be Born 24/04/2012
Peter Fonda can’t escape Easy Rider, but why would he want to? Under cover of the legacy of that classic film, the Hollywood legend has built a career that includes an Oscar nomination for Best Actor...
Red Bulletin: To Fly Around The World... 24/04/2012
...without a drop of fuel. A third-generation adventurer, a fighter pilot and a solar-powered plane that can fly at night: the testing times of finding a new way to travel.
Red Bulletin: To Boldly Keep Going 24/04/2012
The Big Bang, antimatter, the God particle: the work of 10,000 physicists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research near Geneva, is a global topic of conversation. But just what do...
Red Bulletin: Get On Down 24/04/2012
At the opening round of the 2012 UCI World Cup Downhill series, in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, perceptions of what downhill mountain biking has become – and what it can be – are left in the dirt.
Red Bulletin: A Loose Head For Music 24/04/2012
As comfortable with bangin’ tunes as he is banging heads, Irish rugby talisman Cian Healy isn’t your average international prop forward