Table of Contents July 2007

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FEATURES

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In many Muslim countries, science must obey the Koran.
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Backyard astronomers keep watch against Armageddon.
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A fresh perspective on how the world views science—and scientists.
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Do we share Earth with alternative life forms?
Deaf Bedouin children created a complete language.

DEPARTMENTS

Injections of soil bacteria produce serotonin—and happiness—in mice.
Teens make life easy for STDs.
Can we save honey bees from Colony Collapse Disorder?
The Secret's self-help message is just common knowledge.
Earthlings go to Mars-esque locales to prepare for the real thing.
Physicist says carbon dioxide's no big deal.
The navel gives a fetus life, but can bring a newborn death.
Most software stinks. It should learn from robots and bacteria.
Intelligent design misses the point. Again.
A collection of ideas that can change the world—or piss people off.
Two astronomers say the universe happens again and again.
Einstein's favorite scientist died an ardent Catholic.

DATA

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Amazonia becomes savanna. The Sahara? No one knows.
A mite reevolves sex after hundreds of millions of years without it.
Dennis Hope has made $9 million selling space "property."
Grass isn’t always greener on distant planets.
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MDMA really is like love in a pill.
Researchers take one step toward Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Star "belches" are way prettier than they sound.
Paleontologists adopt a technical term from The Far Side.
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These legs were made for fighting.
Another potential use for stem cells: procreation.
Exacting research finds Einstein was exactly right.
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