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Images Dated 7th April 2005

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Ancient pistols. 18th century. Colored engraving Featured 7 Apr 2005 Image

Ancient pistols. 18th century. Colored engraving

Ancient weapons. 18th century. From top to bottom: Catalan pistol, Arab pistol, Catalan pistol and French pistol. Colored engraving of The Illustration, 1890

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Guatemala, Chichicastenango, Painterly effect close-up of colorful fabric. Credit as Featured 7 Apr 2005 Image

Guatemala, Chichicastenango, Painterly effect close-up of colorful fabric. Credit as

Guatemala, Chichicastenango, Painterly effect close-up of colorful fabric. Credit as: Dennis Kirkland / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© JAYNES GALLERY / DANITA DELIMONT, AGENT

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Faster-than-light equipment Featured 7 Apr 2005 Image

Faster-than-light equipment

Faster than light experiment. View of professor Gunter Nimtz and the equipment he used to send information faster than light. Nimtz works at the University of Cologne, Germany. His experiments involved transmitting microwaves through a tunnel at superluminal speeds. In Nimtz experiments, microwaves carrying Mozart's 40th symphony moved through the tunnel at 4.7 times the speed of light. He explained this using the tunnelling effect, a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which particles travel "through" an energy barrier instead of having to go over it. Nimtz says his results obey relativity, as the front waves still travelled at the speed of light

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY