Archive: 28/09/2005

Japan carriers brace for VoIP competition

Having the hottest mobile-phone model remains a status symbol among Japan's glitterati and school children alike, but some of the biggest changes in the telecommunications market are coming from less-apparent areas, such ...

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Giant squid photographed for first time

A mysterious sea creature -- the giant squid immortalized by Jules Verne's novel "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" -- has been photographed for the first time.

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Wind is swaying th Earth

The upper layer of the earth’s crust may be investigated using high-rise buildings’ vibrations under the wind pressure. This simple and economical method of seismic survey was developed by the specialists of the Arkhangelsk ...

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Poll: Most doctors favor evolution theory

A national survey of 1,472 physicians indicates more than half -- 63 percent -- believe the theory of evolution over that of intelligent design.

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It's a bug's life: MIT team tells moving tale

MIT mathematicians have discovered how certain insects can climb what to them are steep, slippery slopes in the water's surface without moving their limbs -- and do it at high speed.

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