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Was Hawking wrong'
A problem that has flummoxed physicists for some 40 years has just turned nastier. At least two generations of them have been struggling to come to terms with a scary possibility ó that information can be lost forever. It isnít like a worm cleaning out computer files or a teenage love note bein...  | Read.. 
Memories of infancy
When it comes to memories of infancy, everyone draws a blank. Hardly anyone can recall those opening pages of life's story, when discoveries writ ...  | Read.. 
Was Hawking wrong'
Lab Report
Jeera boost for TB drug
Music to the ears
Bits & Bytes
If your Windows crashes, you can still save your movies and songs ...  | Read.. 
The angry genes
Genes as well as the environment — in the form of provocation, annoyances and miscellaneous bugbears — could have played a role in angry outbursts, sa ...  | Read.. 
Jog past the pain
I want to exercise, but when I jog my leg starts paining. The pain disappears......  | Read.. 
New treatment for cancer
Imagine a cancer patient walking into a hospital on a Monday afternoon, undergoing a 30-minute operation, walking out on Friday with minimum si ...  | Read.. 
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