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  1. How many time save mobile of people ?
  2. If your toy RCís motor is not working. [spam]
  3. Today we broke Physics
  4. Learning how to Google... (rant)
  5. In the Future, You Will Use Your Phone to Save Energy
  6. FCC: 68% Of U.S. Connections Slower than 3 Mbps Down, 768kbps Up
  7. Make Magazine
  8. With Kinect Controller, Hackers Take Liberties
  9. Intel LightPeak almost ready for the end user
  10. Massive solar storm to hit Earth in 2012
  11. Rethinking Einstein: The end of space-time
  12. Couple of cool articles on robo and cyborg insects
  13. Sony Offers Tiny 3-D Cameras
  14. Radio Waves as a Low-Power Source
  15. coming to a window near you...
  16. Rise of the replicators
  17. Artificial life, the stuff of dreams and nightmares, has arrived
  18. Optical devices are finally going inside computers,
  19. Life in the Third Realm
  20. Question: Does Time Really Exist?
  21. Army of smartphone chips could emulate the human brain
  22. IBM Scientists Demonstrate World's Fastest Graphene Transistor at 100GHZ
  23. 3D 'Invisibility Cloak' For Sound?
  24. A Sonic Boom In The World Of Lasers
  25. So whoís earth is it, anyway?
  26. Quantum broadband becomes reality
  27. Memristors Getting Closer to Ultra-Fast, Brain-Like Computing, Says HP
  28. Rise of the Amateur Fusioneers
  29. Diamond chips to make meaner, greener electronics
  30. HE light bulbs.
  31. Water into Hydrogen Fuel with Waste Energy
  32. IF this is true, we will soon enter a new age...
  33. Using Lasers to Zap Mosquitoes
  34. Finally, some good (but perplexing) news on climate change
  35. Geostationary/synchronous orbit
  36. wood-powered cars, tiles as a substitute for steel, and many other cool topics
  37. Do your grandkids a favor - buy them some beachfront property... in Ohio. Part 1
  38. Do your grandkids a favor - buy them some beachfront property... in Ohio. Part 2
  39. 1 Million Spiders Make Golden Silk for Rare Cloth
  40. Giant Spider Species Discovered in Middle Eastern Sand Dunes
  41. Uranium Is So Last Century ó Enter Thorium, the New Green Nuke
  42. Virtual autopsies
  43. The electric eelís ability to generate powerful shocks has inspired a new battery
  44. Nuclear's next generation
  45. Glue bones
  46. Do you like particle accelerators?
  47. Supervolcano Eruption In Sumatra Deforested India - 3,000 miles away!!
  48. Welcome to the high-carbon future
  49. Let Them Eat Snail: Nutritional Giant Snails Could Address Malnutrition
  50. After Mastodons and Mammoths, a Transformed North American Landscape
  51. Cousins of Prehistoric Supercrocodile Inhabit Lost World of Sahara
  52. Biodegradable Bone Screw
  53. Exotic Electric Properties of Graphene Confirmed
  54. New Evidence says Mini ice age took hold of Europe in just months
  55. Focus Fusion: an Environmentally Safe, Clean, Low Cost, Unlimited Energy Source
  56. Setting Sail Into Space, Propelled by Sunshine
  57. Snows Of Kilimanjaro Shrinking Rapidly, And Likely To Be Lost
  58. Giant jewels and spray toads: The world's rarest species
  59. Dining Out In An Ocean Of Plastic
  60. Toyota Turns to GMO Flowers to Relieve it of Prius Manufacturing Pollution
  61. Real sea monsters: The hunt for predator X
  62. Check out the cyborg
  63. Last Chance To Save Rare Asian Animal From Extinction?
  64. Largest Orb-weaving Spider Discovered in Africa
  65. Shrimp's eye points way to better DVDs
  66. Rethinking relativity: Is time out of joint?
  67. Was our oldest ancestor a proton-powered rock?
  68. We will be billions of dollars poorer when coral dies
  69. bacteria powered batteries
  70. Part 1: Timewarp: How your brain creates the fourth dimension
  71. Photos: Microscopic photos reveal small wonders
  72. Giant Impact Near India -- Not Mexico -- May Have Doomed Dinosaurs
  73. Report Documents Risks Of Giant Invasive Snakes In The United States
  74. At 2,500 Pounds And 43 Feet, Prehistoric Snake Is Largest On Record
  75. very cool graphics site
  76. First 'black hole' for light created on Earth
  77. Swimming in a Sea of Acid
  78. Monstrous footprints of the mysterious creatures
  79. Coin-sized nuclear batteries to revolutionise electronics
  80. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - The imaginary disease that isnít
  81. 'Trash Can' Nuclear Reactors Could Power Human Outpost On Moon Or Mars
  82. the technium - extropy
  83. Cheap naked chips snap a perfect picture
  84. Building a second sun: Take $10 billion, add coconuts
  85. Ants Vs. Worms: New Computer Security Mimics Nature
  86. Feathery Four-winged Dinosaur Fossil Found In China Bridges Transition To Birds
  87. Make that a double whopper .... a whopper of a story!
  88. Why chemicals in plastics could be making you fat
  89. Cat Ba Leopard Gecko and Other New Species of the Mekong River Region
  90. Monsters of the skies: giant beasts that ruled the air
  91. No rainforest, no monsoon: get ready for a warmer world
  92. Innovation: Classic computers on the danger list
  93. My little zebra: The secrets of domesticating anything
  94. Patterns In Mars Crater Floors Give Picture Of Drying Lakes
  95. Fine Shades of a Sombrero
  96. Interactive, 360-degree Panoramic View Of Entire Night Sky
  97. Graphitic Memory: Advances Bring Graphite As Storage Medium A Step Closer
  98. Learning machines
  99. ZDNet Readers' Choice: Top 25 free, lightweight apps
  100. cool deep ocean photo galleries
  101. primitive ways
  102. Wild Bees And The Flowers They Pollinate Are Disappearing Together
  103. A database of endangered creatures fails to list those most at risk
  104. James Dyson: Inventing the Wright way
  105. The Science Of Origami
  106. Rates Of Severe Childhood Obesity Have Tripled
  107. Species deceases: global snapshot
  108. Gulf Of Mexico Dead Zone Smaller Than Expected, But Severe
  109. Quantum gravity: why we care
  110. Grand Prismatic Hot Spring
  111. Mid-atlantic rift - Thingvellir National Park, Iceland
  112. VizSeek Image Based Search Engine
  113. Reversible Generation Of High Capacity Hydrogen Storage Material Demonstrated
  114. Material World: Graphene's Versatility Promises New Applications
  115. Close encounter with Mars
  116. Swine Flu Virus More Dangerous Than Suspected, Except To Survivors Of The 1918 Flu
  117. When Yellowstone Explodes
  118. BIOS 'rootkit' pre-loaded in 60% of laptops
  119. Researchers demo BIOS attack that survives hard-disk wipe
  120. Researchers take control of iPhone via SMS
  121. How little we know about life on earth is pointed up by Craig Venter
  122. Aardvark: ask it anything, get an answer in 5 minutes
  123. 2 related articles on the possible extinction-event of 12,900 ago
  124. Really cool new 6th sense technology.
  125. World's First HDTV Image Of 'Earth-rise' Over Moon
  126. Image Based Search Engine Created
  127. Robo-bats With Metal Muscles May Be Next Generation Of Remote Control Flyers
  128. Science finds body glows
  129. Girl with half a brain retains full vision
  130. Scramjets promise space travel for all
  131. Electric cars: Juiced up and ready to go
  132. Arctic glacier to lose Manhattan-sized 'tongue'
  133. The calorie delusion: Why food labels are wrong
  134. Nimbus Rises In World Of Cloud Computing
  135. Reduced Diet Thwarts Aging, Disease In Monkeys
  136. A Simple Magnet Can Control The Color Of A Liquid
  137. First Electronic Quantum Processor Created
  138. Tunable Graphene Bandgap Opens The Way To Nanoelectronics And Nanophotonics
  139. Buckyballs Make Room For Gilded Cages
  140. The Green Dam of China is leaking ...
  141. It heats. It powers. Is it the future of home energy?
  142. How Did Life Begin? RNA That Replicates Itself Indefinitely Developed For First Time
  143. 'Unsung Species' Ignored On Endangered List
  144. Paperless Book: Sony Develop E-ink To Replace Books, Newspapers
  145. Creation of artificial life??
  146. Screens of the Future: Cheaper, Brighter Displays Out Of OLEDs
  147. Robot farmhands prepare to invade the countryside
  148. Pile On for $1.5B Navy Contract
  149. MIT Researchers Create Virus Battery
  150. Decoding antiquity: Eight scripts that still can't be read
  151. 'Five Dimensional' Discs With A Storage Capacity 2,000 Times That Of Current DVDs
  152. Top 10 New Species Of 2008
  153. The Old English War Bow
  154. 3D printers??
  155. Megalodon Shark teeth
  156. scitoys catalog
  157. Octanitrocubane - The most powerful chemical explosive
  158. researchers study nature to come up with new adhesives
  159. just when you thought it was safe to have a drink ...
  160. Major Step Toward Faster Future Chips Achieved
  161. 'Star Trek' Warp Speed? Physicists Have New Idea That Could Make It So
  162. Cloaking device in the near future?
  163. Knome to auction whole genome sequencing on eBay: how much is yours worth?
  164. A closer look at Einstein's brain...
  165. Fluorescent puppy is world's first transgenic dog
  166. Next-gen electronics
  167. Hacks and Cracks
  168. Alternative energy
  169. How long will the planets resources last?
  170. 13 things that do not make sense
  171. World's highest-energy laser begins operating
  172. NASA Trumps Star Trek: Ion Drive Live!
  173. Science's most powerful computer tackles first questions
  174. Printed supercapacitor
  175. Quantum lasers: Half light, half matter
  176. Fuel cells and next-gen power discussion
  177. anyone heard of string theory?
  178. Disruptive Technologies