Archive: 7/10/2005

U.S. Army Exhibits Successful Fuel Cell

Hawaii's first successful fuel cell is buzzing along at the historic Schofield Barracks Fire Station. Installed by Logan Energy under a U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Construction Engineering Research Laboratory demonstration ...

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Employment gap widens for disabled people

Cornell University has released a study indicating the employment gap between Americans with disabilities and those without disabilities has widened.

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World's first geologic map is displayed

The world's first geologic map -- an 1815, hand-tinted, 10-feet-by-6-feet chart -- has gone on display at the Buffalo and Erie County (N.Y.) Public Library.

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Japanese Internet suicide clubs targeted by police

Finding a soul mate is one of the great rewards of the Internet for many across the globe. Yet in Japan, cyberspace is also a convenient location for those trying to find someone to die with, as the country continues to grapple ...

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World of Warcraft, VoIP and dating

On a cool October night, Laura Bowser, 27, returns home from her post-work run to her modest town house. She soon finds herself flopped into a high-backed leather office chair poring over her Macintosh keyboard as she sends ...

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