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1 Space tourism yet to fly, 5 years since 1st flight
2 Prehistoric site found near UK's Stonehenge
3 Circus tycoon clowns around aboard space station
4 Paleo-Case Solved: Ancient Sharks Fed on Giant Reptile
5 Negligence factor in Russian power plant accident
6 NASA, Disney Celebrate Buzz Lightyear's Return From Space
7 Sugar beets spur county to reconsider biotech food
8 Lone llama rescued after month on Pikes Peak
9 Australian kangaroo cull prompts outrage
10 T. rex still looking for home after Vegas auction
11 Activists occupy Shell upgrader site in Alberta
12 5 Years After SpaceShipOne: Commercial Spaceflight Ready for 'Go'
13 Getting corny: Environmentalists seek 'agricultural asylum'
14 Iraq and oil majors agree terms on oilfield project
15 Latest typhoon kills 4 in Philippines
16 Texas begins $3 billion quest to cure cancer
17 Administration eyes ways to help laid-off workers
18 UCSC Extension in Silicon Valley unveils a new facility in Santa Clara
19 Restoration project begins on California river
20 Cuts to basic skills classes hurt workforce
21 Amid lagging scores of Latino students, San Jose High Academy models success
22 Health care overhaul could raise Medicare Rx costs
23 Health overhaul closer than ever--and yet far off
24 Delaying Weight-Loss Surgery May Leave Teens at Risk
25 Indian ethnicity tied to higher diabetes risk
26 Nanosensing Transistors Controlled by Stress
27 Cleaning Up on Dirty Coal
28 Touchless 3-D Fingerprinting
29 Analyzing Cancer Cells to Choose Treatments
30 A More Secure, Trustworthy Cloud
31 Material to Chill "Dirty" Fuel Cells
32 Genetic Fountain of Youth
33 Startup That Builds Biological Parts
34 Researchers Hijack a Drive-By Botnet
35 Can the Wireless Internet Be Neutral?
36 How Aviation Can Come Clean
37 A Brighter Future for Retinal Implants
38 Hot Space Shuttle Images
39 Time Lens Speeds Optical Data
40 Another Ariane 5 Orbits Dual ComSats
41 A New Era For European Navigation Begins
42 ISRO Develops Tech To Boost Satellite Life By 5 Years
43 First Galileo Satellite Makes Way For Operational Satellites
44 China's First Mars Mission Delayed
45 MESSENGER Gains Critical Gravity Assist For Mercury Orbital Observations
46 Light Duties For Expedition 20; Soyuz On Its Way
47 NASA's LCROSS Mission Changes Impact Crater
48 Seeking Life's Shadow
49 Japan's 'alien' PM meets 'earthman' astronaut
50 First Light For BOSS--A New Kind Of Search For Dark Energy
51 Canadian space tourist entertains astronauts: report
52 Pioneering Soviet cosmonaut dies aged 79: reports
53 Hubble Highlights Two Galaxies That Are Losing It
54 GOCE Delivering Data For Best Gravity Map Ever
55 Space Systems/Loral Delivers Intelsat 14 Satellite To Florida
56 Radial Channels Carved By Dry Ice
57 Drink From the Fountain of Youth With a Grain of Salt
58 Dinosaur-killing Space Rock Barely Rattled Algae
59 Rabid Cats on the Rise
60 Grounding Flights Won't Stop Flu
61 Exercisers Drink More Alcohol
62 How Common Is Erectile Dysfunction?
63 Loss of Top Predators Causing Ecosystems to Collapse
64 Scary Film 'Paranormal Activity' Is Disappointingly Normal
65 Daily Sweets Can Turn Kids into Violent Adults, Study Claims
66 On Alien World, It Rains Rocks
67 A Star is Born
68 Two Deadly Quakes: Is Earth Unusually Active?
69 Tsunami Warning System Didn't Help Samoans
70 Big Quakes Weaken Faults on Other Side of Earth
71 Clock Turned Back on Aging Muscles, Researchers Claim
72 Numbers Guy Tackles Security and Health Concerns
73 Study Questions Whether Women Are More Selective at Dating
74 N/A
75 Paleo-Case Solved: Ancient Sharks Fed on Giant Reptile
76 Recession May Boost Life Expectancy
77 Exploring the Mysteries of the Ocean Floor
78 Lamp Runs on Human Blood
79 A Conservative approach to British science
80 Artificial ionosphere creates bullseye in the sky
81 Future of HIV vaccine unclear
82 India's thirst is making us all wet
83 Aid agencies turn to open-source software
84 Evening breast milk means a good sleep
85 Devastating Indonesian earthquake 'still to come'
86 Keith Tyson: 'Nature is better at painting than I am'
87 Innovation: Behind the scenes at Sony's broadcast lab
88 Brain-wave boost sets us to slow motion
89 Illegal toxic waste spotted from space
90 Better world: Top tech for a cleaner planet
91 Best of the Ig Nobel prizes 2009
92 Sports jocks are oh-so predictable
93 Killer asteroid hunter suffers from poor vision
94 Sedatives may slow recovery from trauma
95 Cosmic rays reveal erupting volcano's guts
96 Our ancestor Ardi walked tall
97 Free-flying cyborg insects steered from a distance
98 Asian quake could trigger California's big one
99 Monsters of the skies: giant beasts that ruled the air
100 Galaxy study hints at cracks in dark matter theories
101 Portable pain weapon may end up in police hands
102 No rainforest, no monsoon: get ready for a warmer world
103 Banking Trojan steals money from under your nose
104 The 10 Million Mac Year
105 Apple Tablet To Redefine Newspapers, Textbooks and Magazines
106 Ballmer: Apple's Mac is 'expensive,' Safari browser market share is a 'rounding error'
107 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer: Chrome And Safari Are Rounding Errors
108 Kneale: Why Apple Is the World's Best Retailer
109 Elgato Systems releases EyeTV app for Apple iPhone and iPod touch
110 Microsoft ignores Apple's iPhone, the world's dominant mobile software platform, at its own risk
111 AdMob: Apple iPhone takes record 40% share of worldwide smartphone OS market
112 Study finds Apple iPhone 'undisputed' leader in smartphone customer satisfaction
113 Why Apple and Intel are betting on 'Light Peak'
114 Why Apple is betting on Light Peak with Intel: a love story
115 Apple co-founder Woz: 'There's no DUI for a Segway'
116 Inside The Sport Of Segway Polo
117 Steve Wozniak On Segway Polo
118 Bing bong the bitch is dead: Microsoft's 'decision engine' loses significant share in September
119 Microsoft Bing loses share in September--study
120 Apple Mac's Internet share surged by 5% in September; 18% of Macs already run Snow Leopard
121 Mac's Internet share grew 5% in Sept.
122 Net Applications: Apple just lost half its 'market share'
123 Why companies are dumping their RIM BlackBerry devices for Apple's iPhone
124 Why Companies Are Switching From BlackBerry To iPhone
125 Charles Jade reviews AT&T 3G MicroCell: 'I'm very pleased; it just works!'
126 Review: AT&T 3G MicroCell
127 Google CEO Schmidt: 'We love Apple's iPhone'
128 Schmidt: Google-Apple board member should stay put
129 Apple Web ads describe ultra-thin iMacs, lighter and thinner MacBooks, cheaper Mac minis
130 Apple ads hint at thinner iMacs, lighter MacBooks, cheaper Mac minis
131 Can beleaguered, iTunes-mooching Palm get any more bush-league?
132 On Palm, Competition, and iTunes Sync