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1 Camera Spots Wolverine in Sierra Nevada
2 White Killer Whale Spotted Off Alaska
3 Grand Canyon Older Than Once Thought
4 Feds Trigger Flood in Grand Canyon
5 Finally, a reason to start drinking alcohol
6 Tourism brightens, darkens Taiwan's Sun Moon Lake
7 Evidence points to ring around Saturn moon: study
8 Doctors looks to biologics to repair joints
9 China forecasts odds of rain on parade
10 Indonesians in Java village scared by seeping gas
11 Indonesia says H5N1 samples show no signs of mutation
12 Indonesian fossils belonged to diet-poor dwarfs
13 Pitch is key to cocktail party conversation: study
14 Is Happiness Inherited?
15 Archaeologists Unveil Finds in Rome Digs
16 Navy still owns cannons found from 1846 wreck
17 Dig uncovers Iron Age waterhole
18 Newly Discovered Greek Tomb Could Make Researchers Rethink 'The Odyssey'
19 Ancient tomb found on Greek island
20 The final insult
21 Skeleton could hold secret to Stonehenge
22 Archaeologists from Japan restore Roman tombs
23 Innovative archaeological survey reveals unknown aspects of China's past
24 The Black Pharaohs
25 Bumper crops at risk as fertiliser costs soar
26 Grand Canyon thrice as old as thought
27 Households run on dung power
28 Fresh ruckus over those pesky Hobbits
29 Tuna firm breeds 'holy grail'
30 Amazon frog may help battle type-2 diabetes
31 BBC drops DRM from iPlayer video on demand service
32 Using Mathematica to decorate Easter Eggs
33 Bloxes: flat-pack cardboard cubes make sound-dampening walls, shelves, dividers, tables, etc
34 Map of choose your own adventure book
35 Revenge of the Experts
36 Linux tool speeds up computer forensics for cops
37 Cooling chips with fluid...from the inside
38 When used servers cost more than new
39 Why blogging isn't big in Ireland
40 Coming soon: Movies on flash memory cards
41 Better science through coffee
42 The high price of iPhones in Ireland
43 An LED that can go 80 years on a battery charge?
44 Wireless sensors the Lego way
45 A radiation detector for inside the body
46 Scientists spot white killer whale off Alaska
47 Abandoned Mine Near Auburn Plugged With Goo
48 College student accused of cheating using Facebook
49 Mars and Venus atmospheres very similar
50 Gravity helps astronomers see the unseen
51 Can states cut carbon? EPA says no.
52 Global warming not always to blame for extreme winters
53 Gossip sites push Web 'anonymity' to fore
54 Wave-power proposals alarm locals
55 Chrysler's Jim Press says every car will be offered as a hybrid
56 Next Question: Can Students Be Paid to Excel?
57 MIT Builds Efficient Nanowire Storage to Replace Car Batteries
58 N/A
59 The Universe is 13.73 +/- .12 billion years old!
60 New lanes may speed up airport security
61 Startup Makes Cheap Solar Film Cells...With an Inkjet Printer
62 NBC11 First U.S. TV Station To Run On Wind Power
63 CGI Team Creates Realistic Oscar For Michael Bay [parody]
64 Study Finds Link Between Being Struck By Cream Pie, Diminished Social Standing [parody]
65 Half Of 26-Year-Old's Memories Nintendo-Related [parody]
66 Evangelical Scientists Refute Gravity With New 'Intelligent Falling' Theory [parody]
67 The Clone Wars [parody]
68 Recreational Viagra Use [parody]
69 Strong To The Finish 'Cuz I Eat My Spinach
70 The Delicate Art Of Dating With Food Allergies
71 The Law Of Attraction: We Determine Our Own Fate
72 I Escaped Scientology
73 The Family That Walks On All Fours
74 Evolution's Most Effective Killer: Snake Venom
75 Update: The Whole Story on Pioneer Plasmas
76 Apple Takes Aim at Blackberry
77 Powerful Optical Telescope Scans the Cosmos
78 Nobel Prize Winner Retracts Paper
79 The Real-life Death Star
80 Microsoft Practices Sensor-ship
81 From Ridiculous to Revolutionary
82 Decoding the Language of a Fly
83 Cell Phone Companies Fight Backup Power Rule
84 Bullying More Harmful than Sexual Harassment
85 '10,000 B.C.' A Mammoth Letdown
86 City Declares Itself a Cuss-Free Zone
87 Large Binocular Telescope Achieves First Binocular Light
88 Archaeologists Unveil Findings from Recent Rome Digs
89 PGA: Killing of Hawk 'Regrettable'
90 Welcome to the Wide World of Web 2.0
91 NASA Ponders Future Without Shuttles
92 First Light For Binocular Telescope
93 Rethink On Cause Of Type 2 Diabetes
94 Bullying more harmful than sexual harassment on the job, say researchers
95 Comeback to a pre-injury level disappointing for professional baseball players
96 Stratospheric ozone chemistry plays an important role for atmospheric airflow patterns
97 Language of a fly proves surprising
98 WMAP reveals neutrinos, end of dark ages, first second of universe
99 New stem cell technique improves genetic alteration
100 He Heard, She Heard
101 Mathematicians Debate the Hole Truth
102 Seeing Forest Biodiversity for the Trees
103 The Great Flooding From Beneath the Sea
104 Immunity Boost
105 Better (Rewriteable) Holograms
106 Cancer Chip
107 Cell Phone Traffic
108 Anorexia and Taste
109 Supergreenhouse Climate Mystery
110 Butterflies may keep memories of caterpillar youth
111 Grand Canyon 20 million years old, study says
112 After jeers, some recognition for "reverse evolution" theorist
113 Moon systems, not planets, may be place to find life
114 Study: media misconstrues blues as "chemical imbalance"
115 Dark energy, or just dust? Findings raise questions
116 Kleiner's iBet: Will iPhone Software Be a Multi-Billion-Dollar Market?
117 Review: Ultimate Ears iPhone Earbuds Let You Talk Pretty, Today
118 Audio: Helpful Hacker Gives a Security Lesson to Paris Hilton
119 Solar Company Says Its Tech Can Power 90 Percent of Grid and Cars
120 It's a Safe Bet VW Will Build the Golf Diesel Hybrid, But the United States May Not Get It
121 Burn a DVD on Your Mac
122 Apple Opens iPhone But Key Restrictions Remain
123 Whaling regulator condemns activists
124 IG looks at delays in polar bear listing
125 Whaling protester says Japanese shot him in high-seas clash
126 Brazilian protesters destroy GM crops: group
127 Mexico farmers quietly plant banned GM corn
128 Archaeologists unveil finds in Rome digs
129 Bacteria Mix in Guts of Babies Predicts Obesity
130 Protein that could fight obesity discovered: Swedish study
131 Ex-model Waris Dirie found in Brussels
132 Vaccine Could One Day Control High Blood Pressure
133 UCB urges stronger warning on cough medicine
134 Memory Loss in Hyperactive State With Alzheimer's
135 Sleep apnea costly for older adults
136 Researchers Design Promising Cancer Drug
137 Depression After a Heart Attack Dangerous for Years
138 UN sees more people going hungry in Philippines as rice prices soar
139 Blood thinners like aspirin may fight cancer: study
140 Real Life CSI is Hair
141 Joint Replacements Expected to Soar
142 Thermal Power Heats Up Nevada
143 Sun plans Java for iPhone, iPod touch
144 Sony in Blu-ray talks with Apple, Microsoft
145 iPhone SDK evidence Apple has learned from past mistakes
146 Epocrates answers call of iPhone-wielding healthcare professionals
147 Apple's iPhone takes on the Enterprise
148 Apple helps launch $100 million iFund venture capital pool
149 Coming to iPhone: Instant Messenger, EA's Spore, SEGA games
150 Apple announces iPhone 2.0 software and SDK beta
151 Answers to Time Capsule reader questions
152 Teardown: a look inside Apple's Time Capsule backup appliance
153 BBC preps iPlayer beta for iPhone; Sony plans Apple TV rival
154 Jobs on "marathon" meetings, successors, and iPods saving Apple
155 Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 chasing Apple's Safari
156 Sun: 'Heck, we're doing it
157 Beatles coming to iTunes
158 You deserve a Mac at work
159 iStores blossoming in India
160 Apple 'bans' Firefox, Word, more
161 Phil, you sly dog...
162 Flash already on iPhone?
163 Desktops driving Apple growth?
164 Sun vows to put Java on Apple iPhone, iPod touch
165 RUMOR: New Penryn-powered Apple iMac, Mac mini imminent
166 Analyst thinks impact of Apple's iPhone SDK is 'neutral' to RIM
167 PC World: Apple's iPhone SDK strategy both promotes and stifles innovation
168 In-Stat analyst still not sure if Apple iPhone is a 'smartphone'
169 Reliance Digital to open 60 Apple iStores across India over next 18 months
170 High demand for Apple's iPhone SDK bogs down servers
171 Computerworld: If you think Apple's iPhone is popular now, just wait
172 Apple's iPhone, iPod touch moves herald 'gold rush' for developers
173 Report: The Beatles coming to Apple's iTunes Store soon
174 BBC iPlayer for Apple iPhone, iPod touch is a winner
175 Get ready for two-decades of mobile domination by Apple
176 iPhone 2.0: Apple turns both the PC and mobile communications industries upside-down
177 iPhone 2.0: Apple shows world how to create and grow a platform
178 Apple's iPhone SDK far exceeds developer expectations
179 Salon: Apple's Steve Jobs goes long way towards cementing iPhone as leading mobile platform
180 Multiple security vulnerabilities in Google's Android SDK can give hackers complete control of phone
181 RUMOR: Adobe's Flash already working on Apple iPhone; Jobs using it as leverage in PDF negotiation
182 Apple blames studios for rental-movie shortfall
183 RUMOR: Apple prepping Mac OS X 10.4.12 release