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Texas Study Points To A Longer Natural Gas Boom

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Outgoing Energy Secretary Could Be Remembered For More Than Solyndra

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String Theory: Fascinating, Not Science Fiction

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Energy Start-Up Banks On Compressed Air Over Batteries To Store Energy

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First Space Tourist Sets Sights On A Mars Mission

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Younger Women Have Rising Rate Of Advanced Breast Cancer, Study Says

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"Only the hand can tell where it's tender, where the patient winces." — Abraham Verghese James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is The Human Hand Our Best Technology?

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Are Droids Taking Our Jobs?

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Will Man's Best Friend Be A Robot?

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Scientists Discover 'Ghost Continent' Under Layers Of Rock In Indian Ocean

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Investigator: BP Wasn't Prepared For Disasters At Deepwater Oil Wells

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