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The NAG C Library

Автор: Chaila от 20-01-2008, 09:04
The NAG C Library

The NAG C Library is the largest and most comprehensive collection of mathematical and statistical algorithms for C and C++ programmers available today. Organizations all over the world rely on the NAG C Library because of the quality and accuracy the software gives to their work. Containing more than 1,

R/C Bullet car sets new world record of 188 mph

Автор: sniseedoobe от 17-01-2008, 07:30
R/C Bullet car sets new world record of 188 mph

Everyone loves seeing a world record broken, especially when it involves exceedingly fast things. Nic Case recently set out to break his own world record for fastest R/C car, and he succeeded, pushing his Bullet car to a whopping 188. 87 mph (304 km/h) and no, that's not scaled down to the size of the car.

A while back we covered a remote control car from Traxxas that could hit

Des tours Eiffel miniatures made in France, c’est possible !

Автор: Ekomonchiwek от 4-01-2008, 13:07
Des tours Eiffel miniatures made in France, c’est possible !

Tout a commenc'e dans un magasin de souvenirs, lorsque Rodolphe Grosset et Yves Guilloux ont d'ecouvert que les Chinois de passage `a Paris repartaient souvent avec de charmantes tours Eiffel miniatures

Five killed as IAF's Super Hercules plane crashes

Автор: z2gkwhhx1 от 4-01-2008, 06:04
Five killed as IAF's Super Hercules plane crashes

Five crew members were killed when an Indian Air Force transport plane crashed near Gwalior on Friday, jolting the world's fourth-largest air force and exposing cracks in its safety standards. Barely an hour after it took off from the Agra airbase on a training mission, the IAF's US-built C-130J Super Hercules aircraft went down 75 miles west of Gwalior along the Madhya Pradesh-Rajasthan border, sending shockwaves across the air force. The crash comes a little over three years after the IAF inducted the first of its six C-130J planes, configured for special operations and airborne assault. The IAF identified the dead as Wing Commander Prashant Joshi (captain), Wing Commander Raji Nair (co-pilot), Squadron Leader Kaushik Mishra (additional pilot), Squadron Leader Ashish Yadav (navigator) and Warrant Officer KP Singh (systems operator). Former IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Fali Major described the...