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1 First clues to what came before the Big Bang
2 Accidental magma find wows scientists
3 Dark energy expands and contracts universe
4 Large holes discovered in Earth's protective shield
5 Head-banging a health hazard
6 Male birds take lessons from dinosaurs
7 Peak oil to worsen climate change
8 Camel plague wreaking havoc in Red Centre
9 Return to Jupiter scheduled for 2016
10 Eight of the weirdest dinosaurs
11 Eight high-tech ways to propel a spaceship
12 Seven research projects inspired by TV
13 Thirteen weird animal stories of 2008
14 The top 10 news stories of 2008
15 Megadeath may be bad for your head
16 Breakthrough in stem-cell generation wins prestigious Science award
17 'Sex chip' will have us wired for pleasure
18 There's a good dog it's just a matter of breeding
19 High security for Very Important Pandas in trip to Taiwan
20 Call for whaling 'war' on Japan
21 Hope for cure of deadly childhood cancer
22 Snowmen in popular culture
23 Cities may sprout vertical farms
24 The worldwide jam session
25 Review: Online maps can jog better running routes
26 10 of the Most Fuel-Efficient Cars in the United States
27 Nobel winner sees end to AIDS spread within years
28 Rock and Roil: Meteorites Hitting Early Earth's Oceans May Have Helped Spawn Life
29 Black hole confirmed in Milky Way
30 Scientists turning CO2 from coal-fired plants, algae into oil
31 Hubble Finds Carbon Dioxide on an Extrasolar Planet
32 Sweet Find in Search for Alien Life
33 Obama and Gore Meet, Envisioning a New Era in U.S. Climate Leadership
34 Harvesting Electricity From Moving Vehicles
35 Your Self-powered Electronic Future
36 World's Friendliest Countries
37 Exciting discovery could 'stop cancer from killing people'
38 Broccoli Compound Targets Key Enzyme In Late-stage Cancer
39 Waste Coffee Grounds Make Great Biofuel
40 Colo. schools will no longer offer soda
41 Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra
42 Report urges timetable for human mission to Mars
43 Good news for wind, bad for ethanol in major energy study
44 10 Things Science Says Will Make You Happy
45 New 'Very High Speed' Train Goes 220 mph and Has No Centralized Engine
46 Most Distant Water in the Universe Found
47 The Green (and blue, red, and white) lights of the future
48 One in Six Use Only Cell Phones at Home
49 SeaGen Shatters Tidal Power Generation Record
50 Trees to Power Their own Wildfire Sensors
51 World's first flying car on the roads from next year--yours for just 130,000 pounds
52 UK Seeks to Tap Algae on its Shores for Biofuels
53 Hitched to the economy
54 Scientists discover new forest with undiscovered species on Google Earth
55 New skin cell technique gives hope for sufferers of fatal muscle-wasting disease
56 Making Hospitals Greener--and Patients Healthier
57 Quantum Computer Could Solve Problems In A Few Months That Would Take Conventional Computers Millions Of Years
58 Software That Opens Worlds to the Disabled
59 Inventor designs 'tunable' glasses to help one billion in Third World see
60 GE Unveils the World's First OLED Christmas Tree
61 Schwarzenegger to Push 'Green' Policy Despite Economic Woes
62 US gives green light for first commercial spaceport
63 NASA Looks Forward Beyond 2008 Successes
64 Regenerate Your Brain?--The Science Says It's Possible
65 Echoes of 1968: 40 Years Later, Apollo 8 Moon Mission Still Awes
66 NASA gives space cargo contracts to start-up firms
67 How kangaroo burgers could save the planet
68 Bye-bye boojums: Scientific names lose their sparkle
69 Darwin's dangerous idea: Top 10 evolution articles
70 Most extreme news stories of 2008
71 Malaria Drug May Soon Be Set for U.S. Debut
72 Growing Marijuana With Government Money
73 From a Place of Fire and Weeping, Lessons on Memory, Aging and Hope
74 Blind, Yet Seeing: The Brain's Subconscious Visual Sense
75 Mapping Celestial Terrains, in All Their 3-D Glory
76 At a Sleek Bioenergy Lab, a Lens on a Cabinet Pick
77 A Highly Evolved Propensity for Deceit
78 Drug Rehabilitation or Revolving Door?
79 F.D.A. to Reconsider Plastic Bottle Risk
80 A Mysterious Link Between Sleeplessness and Heart Disease
81 In Reversal, Court Allows a Bush Plan on Pollution
82 No Furnaces but Heat Aplenty in 'Passive Houses'
83 The Chaos Inside a Cancer Cell
84 American Shores Face Threat of Rising Sea Level
85 TVA to Test Water Wells, Air Purity Near Ash Slide
86 Getting in Shape, in the Office
87 Gastric Bypass May Help Obese Teens
88 10 Germ Myths Under the Microscope
89 Artistic clues to coastal change
90 Smiles and scowls 'in our genes'
91 Breeding 'success' for crayfish
92 Stars 'misleading' about science
93 Smartphones drive mobile markets
94 Thiamine 'reverses kidney damage'
95 'Youngest' baby has brain glue op
96 Soaps 'miss out health messages'
97 Laughs, but no joke for 'shakers'
98 Iraq orphan shows football prowess
99 Cholera deaths soar in Zimbabwe
100 Navy, Environmentalists Settle Sonar Suit
101 The Tubes Are Clogged
102 Vaporware 2008: Crushing Disappointments, False Promises and Plain Old BS
103 E-Commerce Dips, Electronics Plummet
104 China's Tainted Milk Trial Opens
105 Study: Obesity Surgery Reverses Diabetes In Teens
106 Study: Family Behavior Key To Health Of Gay Youth
107 Windows 7 beta leaks to Internet
108 What future is in store for Microsoft?
109 Watch Out Wal-Mart; AT&T Offers $99 iPhone
110 HP Releases New Home Servers for Mac, PC Users
111 New HP MediaSmart servers work with iTunes, Time Machine
112 HP unveils Mac compatible home media server
113 HP announces MediaSmart home server for Mac and PC
114 New HP MediaSmart home servers automatically back up Macs
115 UK official proposes movie-style website ratings
116 UK May Apply Movie-Style Ratings to Websites; Giz is Rated FU, UK
117 Amazon, holiday App Store rush suggest big iPod touch sales
118 iPod Touch Was This Year's Favorite Stocking Filler
119 The Best IPhone Apps Not in the App Store
120 Microsoft Patent Application Outlines Metered Pay-as-You Go Computing
121 Microsoft outlines vision of pay-as-you-go computing
122 Microsoft patent Pay-Per-Use computer model
123 Breaking the Google habit
124 Pew survey shows online news overtaking print in the US
125 Hot Docs: Internet Tops Newspapers; Funding Nonprofits
126 Survey: Internet news sources more popular than print
127 More Get News Online Than From Papers
128 Reader's Choice: iPhone, Google, Microsoft & Security
129 The year of the mobile app
130 Twitority: A New Take to Twitter Search
131 Twitority refines Twitter search--or kills it
132 Should Twitter Add Authority-based Search?
133 2008 in Review: The Year in Mac Gaming
134 Five Products I Would Love to See Apple Make in 2009
135 S.F. computer engineer to stand trial
136 San Franciscan network hijacker gets his day in court
137 Oh Baby! Two Doctors Needed to Lift 14-Pound Newborn Out of Womb
138 Gastric Bypass Halts Diabetes in Obese Teens
139 Gastric bypass can reverse diabetes in teens
140 The top 10 healthiest diets in America
141 Beverly Hills doctor accused of using fat liposuctioned from his patients to power his car
142 Chemical drug by Botox makers could spell the end of mascara