A wireless telegraph machine, sometimes called the “voice of the Titanic” for its role in sending out distress messages on the fateful night in when the RMS Titanic cruise liner hit an iceberg, could be recovered from the shipwreck lying at the bottom of the North Atlantic. But not everyone is on board with this plan: One of the scientists behind the recovery plan says he is shocked by the “outpouring of contempt” that the proposal has generated among critics. The company had expected some opposition to their recovery plan, but it was not prepared by the sometimes “outrageous” and misinformed negative reaction, he said. The Marconi wireless telegraph machine sent out frantic distress calls on the night of April 14 and 15, , after the ship hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic and started to sink. Only about of the more than 2, people on board survived. Underwater video taken last year showed the “Marconi Room” on the Titanic’s boat deck is badly corroded by rust and collapsing, and that the machine could soon be unrecoverable, Gallo said. The company has proposed that an expedition to the wreck later this year could use underwater robots to cut the telegraph machine free. But their bid to get approval from a U.
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Today we think of our data being in the ‘cloud’, but in reality it mostly travels around the world along vast undersea cables. This incredible feat of engineering was first tried in the 19th century, with the laying of telegraph cables that paved the way for modern, instantaneous communication. After a cable was successfully laid across the English Channel, engineers set their sights on a mammoth challenge: the Atlantic Ocean.
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By Sarah Knapton , Science Editor. Turning up with a box of chocolates on a first date is about as naff as brandishing a bouquet of Tesco ‘seven-day fresh’ carnations. Although the Milk Tray man charmed a generation of women into believing that stealthily depositing confectionary on a pillow was endearing rather than criminally alarming , today’s calorie-counting singletons no longer want suitors proffering a tray of temptation.
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That the science of telegraphy has not been equally well served is probably due It is a “study” of telegraph practice which, while glancing at the past, deals in a.
Anna Wilkinson has been married for seven years, has two young children, and — although exhausted — is delighted with her lot. All the game-playing was skipped. From the off we were on the same page and then it was only a matter of finding someone I also found physically attractive and that was Mark, the third man I met. Wilkinson is far from alone. One in five relationships in the UK starts online, according to recent surveys, and almost half of all British singles have searched for love on the internet.
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Singles are more likely to be playing capoeira; dining at secret supper clubs; running with the Good Gym or digging up their home-grown kale. Which is why dating is such a problem. Why would you want to spend an excruciating hour getting to know a complete stranger when you could be enjoying ukulele karaoke with your mates or learning to make gin? T oday in Britain one in five heterosexual couples met online and a whopping 70 per cent of homosexual couples found their partner via the web.
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Samuel F. His parents were committed to his education and instilling in him the Calvinist faith. After a mediocre showing at Phillips Academy, save for a strong interest in art, his parents sent him to Yale College. However, Morse’s continued interest in painting led his father to reverse his decision and allow Morse to study art in England. Morse returned to America in , and set up a studio in Boston.
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The term “engineer” was barely in use in , but the telegraph engineer had to know about electricity, which set him apart from the civil or the mechanical engineer.
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The telegraph and telephone are very similar in concept, and it was through Bell’s According to Bell’s notebook entry for that date, he describes his most successful Bell was committed to the advancement of science and technology.
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