Archive: 07/3/2005

Great Lakes water temps strangely high

Water temperatures in the lower Great Lakes are at a 5-year high, mysteriously measuring now where they were in mid-August of last year.

Jul 03, 2005
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Apple's iPod a useful tool for criminals

By K.I. MARSHALL WASHINGTON, July 1 (UPI) -- Apple's iPod and other portable digital media devices have become as useful to criminals as they are to the general public, computer-security experts have discovered.

Jul 03, 2005
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Stem cell scientists mourn Frist's change

U.S. stem cell researchers are bracing for renewed debate and hopeful their former advocate, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., will rejoin them.

Jul 03, 2005
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Plane powered via hydrogen fuel cell

AeroVironment, a California-based company, says it has successfully completed a test flight of an aircraft powered by liquid hydrogen.

Jul 03, 2005
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IQ, activities linked to dementia

People with higher IQs who were more active in high school are less likely to lack memory or have thinking problems and dementia as older adults.

Jul 03, 2005
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