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Articles from Science News (November 5, 2011)

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Antennas reveal antennae. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 152
Beware the long tail: economic models of risk don't add up, cadre of researchers caution. 2612
Bookshelf. Brief article 184
Bull's-eye targeted. Brewer, Jeff Letter to the editor 160
Cancer treatment questioned. Greaney, Althea Letter to the editor 223
Cloning method yields stem cells: reprogramming technique using eggs works in humans. Saey, Tina Hesman 477
Columbus' arrival linked to C[O.sub.2] drop: depopulation of Americas may have spurred Little Ice Age. Powell, Devin 437
Critics take aim at fast neutrinos: lack of energy trail suggests finding was miscalculated. Powell, Devin 478
Doubled gene for extra smarts: bigger brains may be result of duplicated SRGAP2 gene. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 318
Eyes on high. Witze, Alexandra Brief article 129
Fossil moth had yellow-green tint: paleontologists deduce how wing ridges reflected light. Powell, Devin 232
From the issue of November 4, 1961. Brief article 105
Heart disease has its own clock: broken timers in organs may act independently of brain. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 215
Humans moved into Asia twice: genetic data show continent was settled in two migrations. Bower, Bruce 731
Like a bolt from above: lightning scientists begin to solve electric mysteries. Witze, Alexandra 3232
Looped off: removal of top predators trickles through the food web. Drake, Nadia 2410
Miniplanet sports a megapeak: one of solar system's tallest mountains hides out on Vesta. Drake, Nadia 328
Oil idea wasn't so odd, at the time. Quill, Elizabeth Brief article 213
Olive oil injections aid intreating pneumonia. Brief article 200
Painkiller risk in early pregnancy: anti-inflammatory drugs may elevate risk of miscarriage. Seppa, Nathan 279
Perhaps physics can also solve economics puzzles. Siegfried, Tom Editorial 365
Rain tips balance between forest and savanna: amount of tree cover can shift suddenly and abruptly. Witze, Alexandra 850
Ringing in ears has deeper roots: tinnitus due to brain's effort to compensate for hearing loss. Sanders, Laura 474
Saturn rings tell a comet's tale: remnants of a 14th century collision still detectable today. Drake, Nadia 348
Say what? sastruga \SAS-struh-guh\ n., plural sastrugi. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 110
Thanks for rationality. Holford, Richard Letter to the editor 134
The Ambonese Herbal. Milius, Susan Book review 301
The Viral Storm: The Dawn of a New Pandemic Age. Engelhaupt, Erika Book review 266
Woman overcame dangerous DNA: despite disease-related genes, she reached 115 years old. Saey, Tina Hesman 371

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