Love from DARPA: Introducing the Centibots
The Centibots project,
funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
(DARPA), is aimed at developing new technology to support
the coordinated deployment of as many as 100 robots
for missions such as urban surveillance.
Impeached? Wanna Bet?
Action Market will offer various Washington "futures"
that can be bet upon and traded. Examples include: Which
country will the White House threaten next? Who will
be the next foreign leader to move off the CIA payroll and
onto the White House's "most wanted" list?
Running Man Website
Kelly suicide: Electrodes on chest 'unusual'
experts today said it was 'unusual' for someone to wear
electrode pads while walking following revelations that
David Kelly had four of the special monitors on his
chest when his body was found.
to give evidence at Kelly inquiry
Depth: The Mysterious Death of Dr. Kelly
complete coverage of the scientists "suicide"
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officials deny Powell set to quit
members of the Bush administration have strongly rejected
reports Secretary of State Colin Powell is planning
to step down from his post next year.
Continental Airlines and White House Policies Help Terrorists
Target Aircraft Passengers
Association of Flight Attendants
terrorist threats to hijack U.S. aircraft, Continental Airlines
CEO Gordon Bethune and White House policies are making it
easier for terrorists to carry out their reported deadly plots.
Patricia Friend, International President of the Association
of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO, made this statement
of Web voting is on the line
year's test of Internet-based absentee voting could presage
a future of widespread computerized balloting -- if it works.
Motorists in Paris forced to drive at 18mph because of "Ozone
have cut speed limits in Paris because of ozone pollution.
Motorists are being urged to leave their cars at home and
use public transport. Speed limits are to be cut to 30kph
(18mph), police say. LCI television has shown police patrolling
Paris with speed guns.
Police Fire Stun Gun for First Time
in five forces in England and Wales have been trying out the
weapon -- which fires two needle-tipped darts before delivering
a shock -- since April.
'close to building nuke bomb'
appears to be in the late stages of building a
nuclear bomb and has sought help from scientists
China, North Korea and Pakistan, the Los Angeles
Sam shocks some veterans with recall to duty
Capt. Richard Hinman says he's a "draftee"
serving in a volunteer army. Think about it, says Hinman.
The West Point graduate, who left the military in 1999,
didn't want to go to Iraq and Kuwait. But he got his
orders on Feb. 8 and was sent overseas in May.
hunts cause of pneumonia in troops
U.S. Army said Monday it has activated two medical teams to
help investigators determine what has caused about 100 cases
of pneumonia -- two of them fatal -- among service members
in the Persian Gulf since March 1.
uranium weapons used by the U.S.-led forces in the war
have left battle sites throughout Iraq contaminated
with abnormally high levels of radiation.
May Want to Set Up Military Bases in Australia, Prime
Australian government would consider allowing the U.S.
to establish American military bases on its soil, if
approached by Washington, Prime Minister John Howard
China trade rankles US
rapid erosion of well-paying jobs has wide implications for
the economy. Consider that the US trade deficit with China
is now running at an annual rate of $120 billion - a record
single-country amount that is larger than America's entire
trade deficit only six years ago.
blamed for bombings
embassy staff in Riyadh have been accused by the Saudi Arabian
authorities of coordinating a campaign of anti-western terrorist
bombings in the kingdom
to shift core unit to India
and financial information provider Reuters is planning to
move much of the core of its operation to India in an attempt
to save money.
Proponents Hold Public Exhaust Fume Demo
euthanasia proponents have held a public event to test
motor cars' exhaust emission levels, to establish which
vehicles would produce sufficient toxic gas to kill
you need to know about suicide - handbook on its way
graphic Australian version of the handbook is already being
distributed, offering readers explicit instructions on how
to kill themselves
Science: Aborted fetuses could become "unborn mothers"
tissue from aborted human fetuses has been kept alive
in the lab, with some cells showing early signs of maturing
into fully functional eggs, Israeli scientists have
Keypad That Floats in Mid-Air
fiction to fact, the keypad has become the basis for his start-up
company, HoloTouch (www.holotouch.com). In July the company
licensed his patented technology to InfoPerks, which is planning
to use it to create "touchless" information kiosks
that would be placed on sidewalks in New York City and nearby
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