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1 Moon landing credited for renewed visitor interest
2 Remains from Period of King Hezekiah Discovered
3 Discovery of log boat shows how sea levels rose in past
4 Primate Archaeology Sheds Light On Human Origins
5 Discovery Confirms Partial Use of Bricks in Ancient Maya Settlements
6 Scientists open ancient archeological site in Chisinau
7 Ancient bones show evidence of world's earliest 'human' infection
8 Human sacrifice! Archaeologist creates stir with new book on Cahokia Mounds
9 Shipwrecked: Archaeologists explore graveyard of sunken ships in Baltic Sea
10 Trying to end watch on sewer pipes
11 Ban on new forest roads is reinstated
12 Zebra mussel test program may end Quabbin boat ban
13 Unfolding the mysteries of the brain
14 Food scientists are hoping for big things from small particles
15 On wood, burning questions
16 Gap founder's amazing art collection may leave San Francisco
17 Former French President says Bush invaded Iraq to thwart Gog and Magog's apocalyptic mission
18 Exhaustive index of fearmongering Daily Mail stories about cancer and its causes
19 Free parking costs a fortune
20 3,000-year-old Michael Jackson statue?
21 Someone Once Told me photography project
22 Report: Deet, popular and potent insect repellent, is neurotoxic
23 Street-cons on probation in Naples work as free tour-guides
24 Can oil form without organic matter?
25 Wealthy nations see unexpected baby boom
26 Quantum computers still work with half their bits missing
27 Insect repellent affects nervous system
28 Nicotine improves brain function in schizophrenics
29 How cannabis makes you forget
30 New HIV strain came from gorillas
31 New Zealand tree has defence against extinct giant moa
32 Men better than women at distance vision
33 Cosmos leads media freedom campaign
34 Day length on Saturn gets a bit shorter
35 Cocaine users take the high road
36 Why we swing our arms when we walk
37 Changing climate means less shipwrecks
38 Cold virus may help treat cystic fibrosis
39 Calorie restriction may lengthen life, but opens door to infection
40 Forget clunkers: Tesla profitable for July
41 Little room for error in New York's crowded skies
42 Kepler passes first test--ready to hunt for other Earths
43 As a CIA spy, I saw in Iran what the West cannot ignore
44 Do Americans agree with town hall protesters on healthcare?
45 Was the Kremlin behind Twitter attack?
46 OMG! What do people do when Twitter goes down?
47 Bing unveils jingle contest winner, and it's a doozy
48 Physics is always a work in progress
49 The basics: How cloud computing works
50 Telco companies to provide data for broadband map
51 Video-compress tech could help lower YouTube costs
52 Twitter crash points to rise of denial-of-service attacks
53 Secrets to blogging fame from Julie Powell
54 Plastic surgery is about to get a makeover
55 Tires to match your cellulosic ethanol?
56 Produce to people: You can stop squeezing now
57 If a mosquito bites in Sub-Saharan Africa, grab your cell phone
58 Culprit found for latest Large Hadron Collider leaks
59 Twitter blackout left users feeling 'jittery,' 'naked'
60 Rejected by Apple, iPhone developers go underground
61 The Twitter attacks could be our fault
62 Apple's $1.2 billion tablet computer
63 Illinois to ban texting while driving
64 Using Old Soap To Save Lives
65 Psychologists offer ways to improve prison environment, reduce violent crime
66 Telecommuting, the ultimate green job?
67 New vaccine could save bees from colony collapse disorder
68 Brain Boosters
69 Electric Vehicle Roundup: Best Buy and McDonald's
70 Bridge Homeless Shelter Cuts Neighborhood Crime by 18%
71 Ion engine could one day power 39-day trips to Mars
72 Electric cars poised to give auto industry a jolt
73 Fiber Fabric Could Create Whole-Body Cameras
74 Steely-Eyed Hydronauts of the Mariana
75 Vaccine Production Is Horribly Outdated. Here Are 3 Ways to Fix It.
76 What Do Urban Sounds Do to Your Brain?
77 Slime City: Where Germs Talk to Each Other and Execute Precise Attacks
78 Battling Malaria, Ninja-Style
79 Orbital Gas Station Puts Moon, Mars in Reach
80 Smallest Known Exoplanet Has Solid Surface
81 Wildfires May Impact Air Quality, Damage Lungs
82 Roman Emperor Vespasian's Villa Found
83 Will 2010 finally be the year of the tablet PC?
84 For digital books, the story's just starting
85 Why I'm giving up on femtocells, my dream mobile connection
86 Within health care hides massive, avoidable death toll
87 Sleep and Headaches
88 Hawaii Tobacco Quitline Goes Online
89 Alcoholics Often Experts At Hiding It
90 Recession Drives Summer Push To Feed Kids
91 Experts: Women Drink More, DUIs Rise
92 Kepler telescope fit to find other earths
93 German scientists invent batteries you can print in bulk
94 Scotty's transparent aluminium is a reality, say German experts
95 Dutch invention aims to improve urban air quality
96 A New Page
97 Rocking on with hot rocks geothermal energy
98 Simply astronomical--the Square Kilometre Array
99 A sense of things to come--smart sensors and the environment
100 Clean speed ahead with catalysts
101 Life on Mars?
102 The quest to make hydrogen the fuel of the future
103 Capturing the greenhouse gang
104 Quantum computers--why would you want one?
105 Wireless but not clueless
106 Making every drop count
107 It's an advanced material world
108 The Big Fat Lies Of Exercise
109 Midlife Cholesterol Linked To Dementia
110 Treating Delirium: An Often Missed Diagnosis
111 Mountain Critter A Candidate For Endangered List
112 Spreading Lionfish Invasion Threatens Bahamas
113 Blood: It's A Jungle In There
114 Obama Fights 'Outlandish Rumors' On Health Care
115 Separating Fact From Fiction In Health Care Debate
116 Southern California Utilities Go Solar
117 Cleaning Bones: Messy, But Somebody's Gotta Do It
118 Meet Bosco, Dian Fossey's Right-Hand Man
119 Low Vitamin D Levels? Sardines To The Rescue
120 Fossils In Spain Are Treasure-Trove For Scientists
121 How Aging Changes Sleep Patterns
122 A Public Menace: Driver Ants
123 See Galactic Disorder And Death!
124 The God Chemical: Brain Chemistry And Mysticism
125 'SMS not radiation' affects kids' brains
126 Psychopaths have 'potholed' brains: study
127 Beetroot boosts sports stamina
128 Animal Lover Kevin Richardson Serenades 350-Pound Lionesses With Love
129 Air Force Used Twitter to Track NY Flyover Fallout
130 EBay, GM to Start Car-Selling Trial Tuesday
131 Scientists Reveal Mystery of Bumpy Ride
132 The Flow of Viral Video
133 When Tech Companies War, Do You Lose?
134 Just One Thing: Green Your TV
135 Green Scheme: Paris's Electric Car Sharing Plan
136 Creation Museum: Is This How World Began?
137 Hudson River Crash Zone Is 'Major Leagues of Aviation'
138 Twitter Down: It's an Online Attack on One Political Blogger
139 Painting Protestors as "Partisan Mobs with Lies About Health Reform," Democrats Rally Their Own Activists to Visit Members of Congress at Town Halls, District Offices
140 More Debt Means More Obesity, Study Says
141 Obama's Mexico Agenda: Trucks, Tariffs and Swine Flu
142 Low-T Syndrome: Another Word for Male Menopause
143 Lacrosse Most Dangerous for Heart-Stopping Shots
144 How Green Are Reusable Bags?