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Scientific American, March 2008

Narrated by: Mark Moran
Length: 1 hr and 55 mins
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"The End of Cosmology": Earth's galaxy will one day be surrounded by a total void.

"When Markets Beat The Polls": Internet-based financial markets may be the best method of predicting elections, box-office returns, and flu seasons.

"The Bluefin in Peril": The only way to save the bluefin tuna may be to domesticate it.

"Space Wars": There could be a new arms race in space - will it be in anyone's national interest?

"Solving a Massive Worker Health Puzzle": A cancer cluster has turned up in the largest industrial health study ever. Can science always protect workers on the job?

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