Table of Contents June 2005

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Electrons do it. Photons do it. Physics legend Roger Penrose thinks he finally knows why you and I can't do it too
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A trail of DNA may lead us to the killers of Africa's elephants
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As dozens of Nobel Prize winners can attest, students at this university aren't exactly normal
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A trove of feathered dinosaurs and other astounding fossil finds in northern China shakes the roots of paleontology

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Bypass surgery belongs in the medical archives . . . No Western European nation has as high a rate of bypass surgery and angioplasty as we do—and they live longer
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Let's just zoom down from a satellite to check on the kids in your backyard
The orbit of Earth's enigmatic satellite tilts, wobbles, and rolls like an egg
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