Contains all known unsolved murders and mysteries from England, Scotland and Wales in 2005. A fantastic resource for people that need a categorical reference for all unsolved murders and mysteries from 2005.
A list of unsolved mysteries from 2005 Contains 50 cases including Kamila Garsztka who was found dead in a marina, Lucy Hargreaves who was killed by intruders, Newton Thompson who was beaten to death in a hotel room, June Thrussell who was strangled on her sofa, Chamlong Allen who was stabbed in her lock-up, Emma Caldwell who was found dead in woods, Peter Houghton who was tortured in his home, and Jennifer Kiely who was stabbed in a seaside sheleter. Contains all known unsolved murders and mysteries from England, Scotland and Wales in 2005. A fantastic resource for people that need a categorical reference for all unsolved murders and mysteries from 2005. Resourced from old newspapers, court files, police files and other varied sources. The most authoritative resource for unsolved murders and mysteries from 2005 in the UK on the market. Cases include: Anthony Brightmore, Patricia Brightmore and Steven Brightmore Beril Hallam Augusti Tennyson Gregory Dikedi Thuy Van Le Kamila Garsztka Douglas Yogarasa Tucker Michael Grey Joseph Ryan Andrea Daly Isaiah Young-Sam Hung Vi Tran Nora Tait Mark Sabean George Edward Willis Anthony Cavanagh Stanley McBride Margaret Rose Domanski Falwinder Singh Badesha Dennis Donahue Melanie Hentze Elsie Hughes Nader Hussien Amjad Khan James Peter Tomlin Lucy Hargreaves Newton Murray John Thompson Peter Buahin Hussein Hersi Zbigniew Forys Thi Hai Nguyen William Henry Marney Troy Robinson June Thrussell Vikki Preston and Rhona Schofield Chamlong Allen Emma Caldwell Wayne Martin Kelly Orville Davidson Sean Stanislas Peter Houghton Bruno Hrela Justin Laurie Bernier Michael McNamara Kevon Forsythe Jennifer Kiely Min An Lin Junoir Edwards Khang Tho Nguyen Benjamin Onwuka
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Author: Lisa Greathouse
Publisher: Triangle Interactive, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Read Along or Enhanced eBook: From Stonehenge to the Bermuda Triangle, there are many places on Earth that remain a mystery to scientists! Readers will discover these curious places--and more!--as they move through this fascinating nonfiction title. This mysterious book features detailed images, informational text, and stimulating facts and theories in conjunction with upper-level features, such as chapter format, a glossary of terms, and an index.
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Author: Lisa Greathouse
Publisher: Triangle Interactive, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Read Along or Enhanced eBook: Mysterious events occur all over the world. It rains fish every year in Honduras, rocks in Pennsylvania make music, and large drawings can be found on the desert floors in Peru! Readers will learn about these strange phenomena and more curiosities like ESP and crop circles in this baffling and fascinating nonfiction reader. Vibrant images and intriguing facts in conjunction with a glossary of terms, informational text, and an index keep readers captivated from cover to cover!
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Author: Richard J. Stancliffe
Publisher: Amer Inst of Physics
This volume is comprised of a series of papers dealing with some of the current unsolved problems in the field of stellar physics. It is also a celebration of the many contributions that Prof. Douglas Gough has made to this subject. Topics discussed include: stars, interiors, stars: evolution, asteroseismology, helioseismology, and fluid dynamics.
but in December 2005 he appeared at a press conference in Dublin to state that he ... The county has also witnessed non-Troubles-related unsolved murders.
Author: Barry Cummins
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
Category: True Crime
The Cold Case Files will leave you shocked that so many of Ireland’s evil killers have not been caught. But by outlining the on-going work of Ireland’s cold-case detectives, this book will also give you hope that these killers will never be allowed to rest easy, and that one day justice will come knocking on their door. Unsolved: the 1981 fatal shooting of Lorcan O’Byrne, who was targeted by robbers on the night he was celebrating his engagement. Unsolved: the murder of Grace Livingstone, who was found shot dead in her Malahide home in 1992. Unsolved: the abduction and suspected murder of Brooke Pickard, who was last seen in Co. Kerry in 1991. Cummins also charts the re-investigation into the first case to be solved by the Cold Case Unit: the killing and secret burial of Brian McGrath in Westmeath in 1987.
Author: Editors: Liu Yanni, Li Ling, Liu BaoliPublish On: 2008
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Author: Editors: Liu Yanni, Li Ling, Liu Baoli
Publisher: Infinite Study
New improved results of the research in Chinese language on Smarandache¿s codification used in computer programming, smarandacheials, totient and congruence functions, sequences, irrational constants in number theory, multi-space and geometries.
An Unsolved Murder Mystery Biography Jane Flowers ... interview with photographer William Eggleston that was conducted at the Toronto Film Festival in 2005.
Author: Jane Flowers
Publisher: Jane Flowers
In the Pre-dawn hours on May 10, 1980 two youths were driving down a Mississippi Street when they noticed smoke billowing off in the distance at a house fire. The two youths reported the fire to the nearest fire station at 3:28 a.m. that was located only three blocks from the house engulfed in flames. The home on fire was that of U.S. Navy Veteran Dentist Dr. Tom Boring and he died in the fire as a result of a Cold Case murder mystery that stunned everyone in the Mississippi Delta and people within the fine art photography community. Tom had been involved throughout his life in a number of controversies with the law. Twice within his lifetime he had his Dental license revoked for convictions concerning manufacturer or possession of marijuana. Tom's unsolved murder is just one episode in his highly unconventional private life that involved guns, alcohol, drugs and women. His Legacy is best known for fine art color photographs his friend photographer William Eggleston brought kicking and screaming into the art world over 40 years ago. His life story detailed in the pages of this book is about what happened before, during, and after the famous photograph (Untitled) Greenwood, Mississippi 1973, informally known as "The Red Ceiling", was taken by William Eggleston in Tom's home. In the photo shows a naked light bulb in the center of a bright red ceiling. "The red ceiling is simply a red ceiling with diagonal cables and a light bulb hanging down in the middle. There's a Kamasutra freeze. There's something pornographic here almost. It's the sight of a murder. A horrible murder. The walls are bleeding. It could also be witnessed by a fly. You know buzzing around that bulb in the abstinent heat. The room probably stinks. One picture of a red ceiling and it can carry all that. It is about surface and it's not. It is about what it depicts and it's not. It is about something much more." Quote by Mark Holborn from Imagine/The Colorful Mr. Eggleston The True Legacy of Dr. Tom Boring will forever transform the way you see and get you closer to photographs taken in the 1970's of Tom and his home by William Eggleston, while recreating the crime scene of where and how he was murdered in the Mississippi Delta.
Author: Oswaal Editorial BoardPublish On: 2019-07-22
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Author: Oswaal Editorial Board
Publisher: Oswaal Books
CBSE always believes in Global Trends of Educational Transformation. The CBSE curriculum gets its lead from National Curriculum Framework – 2005 and Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act – 2009. The aim of CBSE Curriculum is not just to let learners obtain basic knowledge but to make them life-long learners. CBSE always updates and reviews the syllabus to make it more relevant with educational transformation and in last few years the chapters and topics which CBSE has added are very interesting and increase practical knowledge. The latest updation of CBSE curriculum happened on 29thMarch 2019 applicable for the Academic Year 2019-2020. Oswaal Unsolved Papers are designed as per the latest curriculum and emphasize on nurturing individuality thus enhancing one's innate potentials which help in increasing the self-study mode for students. Features like Chapter wise and Topic wise presentation strengthen knowledge and attitude related to the subject. Oswaal Unsolved Papers are designed in such a way that students can set their own goals and can improve their problem solving and thinking skills. The Unsolved Questions format facilitates practice which in term will lead to better understanding of concepts. The journey of this book is never ending as it is reviewed every year. It is thoroughly updated as per the latest guidelines of the CBSE Board thereby strictly following the latest syllabus and pattern of the Board. It contains more than sufficient questions which help students in practicing and completing the syllabus. Questions incorporated in this encompass all the ‘Typologies’ mentioned by CBSE namely Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analysing & Evaluating and Creation. Solutions for these can be taken from Oswaal Solved Papers available in the market. Practically, this book provides students everything they need to learn and excel. Some of the key Highlights of Oswaal Unsolved Papers are: • Strictly based on the latest CBSE Curriculum issued on 29thMarch 2019 for Academic Year 2019-2020 • Previous Years’ Board Unsolved Questions for practice • Handwritten Toppers’ Answers • AllTypology of Questions including Objective Type • ‘Most Likely Questions’ generated by Oswaal Editorial Board • Suggested videos at the end of each chapter for a Hybrid Learning Experience
2005) but simply because it is the main metric used in the biodiversity–ecosystem function literature thus far (Tilman et al. 2004).
Author: Andrew Dobson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Leading ecologists discuss some of the most compelling open questions in the field today Unsolved Problems in Ecology brings together many of the world's leading ecologists to discuss the most fundamental research questions confronting the field today. This diverse and thought-provoking collection of essays spans virtually all of the key subfields of the discipline, from behavioral and evolutionary ecology to population biology, community ecology, ecosystem ecology, disease ecology, and conservation biology. These essays are intended to stoke curiosity, challenge prevailing wisdom, and provoke new ways of thinking about ecology in light of new technologies and unprecedented environmental challenges brought on by climate and land-use change. Authoritative and accessible, Unsolved Problems in Ecology is ideal for graduate students in the early stages of their scientific careers and an essential resource for seasoned ecologists looking for exciting new directions to take their research. Sheds light on modern ecology's most important and compelling open questions Features thought-provoking contributions from more than two dozen world-class ecologists Covers behavior, evolution, communities, ecosystems, resource management, and more Discusses ways to raise the financial and intellectual profile of the discipline An invaluable resource for graduate students as well as seasoned ecologists
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Author: Edward Jay Epstein
Publisher: Melville House
Category: True Crime
One of America’s most acclaimed investigative journalists re-investigates some of the most notorious and mysterious crimes of the last 200 years The beloved head of the UN dies in a tragic plane crash . . . witnesses unearthed years later suggest it wasn’t an accident. Theories behind the mysterious death of Marilyn Monroe change yearly, and some believe Jack the Ripper was a member of the royal family. History books say Hitler burned down the Reichstag—but did he? And who really organized the conspiracy to kill Abraham Lincoln? Acclaimed investigative journalist Edward Jay Epstein cut his teeth on one of the most notorious murder mysteries of the 20th century in his first book, Inquest: The Warren Commission and the Establishment of Truth, one of the first books on the assassination and an instant bestseller. His conclusion? The Commission left open too many questions. He examines those questions here, as well as some of the most famous “unsolved” or mysterious crimes of all time, coming to some startling conclusions. His method in each investigation is simple: outline what is known and unknown, and show the plausible theories of a case. Where more than one theory exists, he shows the evidence for and against each. And when something remains to be proved, he says as much. In The Annals of Unsolved Crime, Epstein re-visits his most famous investigations and adds dozens of new cases. From the Lindbergh kidnapping to the JonBenet Ramsey murder case, from the Black Dahlia murder to anthrax attacks on America, from the vanishing of Jimmy Hoffa to the case of Amanda Knox—Epstein considers three dozen high-profile crimes and their tangled histories and again proves himself one of our most penetrating journalists.
37 (2005) 433–441. P. R. Duchowicz, M. G. Vitale, and E. A. Castro, Partial order ranking for the aqueous toxicity of aromatic mixtures, J. Math. Chem.
Author: Milan Randic
Publisher: CRC Press
Solved and Unsolved Problems of Structural Chemistry introduces new methods and approaches for solving problems related to molecular structure. It includes numerous subjects such as aromaticity—one of the central themes of chemistry—and topics from bioinformatics such as graphical and numerical characterization of DNA, proteins, and proteomes. It also outlines the construction of novel tools using techniques from discrete mathematics, particularly graph theory, which allowed problems to be solved that many had considered unsolvable. The book discusses a number of important problems in chemistry that have not been fully understood or fully appreciated, such as the notion of aromaticity and conjugated circuits, the generalized Hückel 4n + 2 Rule, and the nature of quantitative structure–property–activity relationships (QSARs), which have resulted in only partially solved problems and approximated solutions that are inadequate. It also describes advantages of mathematical descriptors in QSAR, including their use in screening combinatorial libraries to search for structures with high similarity to the target compounds. Selected problems that this book addresses include: Multiple regression analysis (MRA) Insufficient use of partial ordering in chemistry The role of Kekulé valence structures The problem of protein and DNA alignment Solved and Unsolved Problems of Structural Chemistry collects results that were once scattered in scientific literature into a thoughtful and compact volume. It sheds light on numerous problems in chemistry, including ones that appeared to have been solved but were actually only partially solved. Most importantly, it shows more complete solutions as well as methods and approaches that can lead to actualization of further solutions to problems in chemistry.
UPoN 2005: Fourth International Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology L. Reggiani, C. Penneta, ...
Author: L. Reggiani
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
This fourth edition of the conference focused mainly on noise and fluctuations at the nanometer scale in electron devices, bio-materials, and mesoscopic systems. Since the first conference, the aim of the UPoN conferences is to provide a forum for researchers working on noise and fluctuations, where they can present and discuss their scientific problems with particular attention to those which resist solutions. Topics include: Theoretical frontiers on noise and fluctuations; experimental frontiers on noise and fluctuations; enhanced and suppressed shot noise; noise and coherence; noise and chaos; constructive role of noise; noise in biological systems; noise in devices; and noise in complex systems and non-Gaussian fluctuations.
81(10), 168–173 (2005) [Ch2] Chinen, K.: Zeta functions for formal weight enumerators and an analogue of the MallowsSloane bound. Preprint.
Author: David Joyner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Using an original mode of presentation, and emphasizing the computational nature of the subject, this book explores a number of the unsolved problems that still exist in coding theory. A well-established and highly relevant branch of mathematics, the theory of error-correcting codes is concerned with reliably transmitting data over a ‘noisy’ channel. Despite frequent use in a range of contexts, the subject still contains interesting unsolved problems that have resisted solution by some of the most prominent mathematicians of recent decades. Employing Sage—a free open-source mathematics software system—to illustrate ideas, this book is intended for graduate students and researchers in algebraic coding theory. The work may be used as supplementary reading material in a graduate course on coding theory or for self-study.
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Author: Harold Schechter
Publisher: Grinning Man Press
Category: True Crime
Another triple feature! “Unsolved in North America” - the third issue of Serial Killer Quarterly - focuses on 6 American and 2 Canadian cases of multiple murderer in which the slayer has eluded justice. Three years before Jack the Ripper stalked the streets of Whitechapel, a bold and barefoot killer was slipping into Austin's outbuildings to murder and rape black servant girls, sometimes after death. In his Servant Girl Annihilator, acclaimed true crime writer Harold Schechter drags this gruesome piece of Texan history back into the light for modern eyes to behold. 2500 miles north as the crow flies, and 20 years later, a series of bizarre decapitation/arson murders commenced in the gold-gutted Yukon. Canadian serial murder specialist Lee Mellor takes a look at these slayings, along with providing nail-biting articles on America's most infamous unsolved serial murder case, the Zodiac Killer of San Franscisco, as well as the Montreal Child Murders: a spate of tragic pedophile killings which plagued the city throughout the Eighties. Another Franco-American cultural centre was shaken to the core between 1918-1919, when the shadowy Axeman of New Orleans slashed and bludgeoned unsuspecting Italian couples in their beds. Grinning Man Press co-founder Aaron Elliott tells of this jazz-happy native of Tartarus, and his possible (but improbable) connection to organized crime. The mob also appear as unlikely suspects in prolific author Michael Newton's The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run. Set against the backdrop of prohibition-era Cleveland, a seemingly-bisexual butcher left at least 10 victims dismembered and disfigured in and around the city while legendary detective Eliot Ness faltered in his attempts to capture the perpetrator. In more recent events, Robert Hoshowsky and Kim Cresswell reveal the details of intriguing serial murder mysteries on America's two coasts: California's menacing Golden State Killer (aka the Original Night Stalker) and New York's Long Island Serial Killer. Considering how many of these offenders may still be at large and lurking in a community near you, Grinning Man Press warns that “Unsolved in North America” may destabilize your sense of personal security, result in intense fear and paranoia, and lead you to invest great quantities of money in alarm systems, intricate locks, and firearms.
The deadly operation manifested careful planning and coordination. Four young British Muslims were named as the suicide-bombers. In this book, the official account on the London Transport bombings will thoroughly examined.
Author: Elias Davidsson
Powerful explosions rocked three underground trains in London in the morning of July 7, 2005. Another explosion occurred shortly later on a double-decker bus at Tavistock Square. Fifty-two people reportedly died in the explosions and over 700 were wounded. Numerous individuals lost limbs in the explosions. The deadly operation manifested careful planning and coordination. Four young British Muslims were named as the suicide-bombers. In this book, the official account on the London Transport bombings will thoroughly examined. How was that account established? How reliable was the evidence? Was the account coherent? How were the suspects identified? Who gained by this mass-murder? We demonstrate that the British authorities (a) did not allow a investigation; b) did not produce conclusive evidence that the four accused died in the bombings and intended to kill themselves; (c) failed to prove that the explosives were home-made; (d) failed to carry out autopsies; (e) failed to explain why security cameras did not work precisely at that time; (f) failed to explain the difficulties in counting the dead; (g) failed to explain why their timeline was wrong; (h) failed to explain the simultaneous holding of an anti-terror exercise based on the scenario of the real attacks; (i) failed to explain what happened at Canary Wharf on the morning of 7/7. Due to the death of the four suspects, no trial took place. The authorities did not have, therefore, to prove the suspects' guilt under due process. To designate the suspects as terrorists is thus unconscionable. Justice remains elusive. The victims of this odious attack and the British public continue to be deprived of the truth on the events. For these reasons, suspicions of state complicity in the crime will continue to fester until an independent commission of inquiry will revisit the facts and establish the truth.
The Colorado Kid (New York: Hard Case Crime, 2005). Although a reader might get the sense that this book was inspired by the Somerton Man case, ...
Author: Craig P. Bauer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
A mathematical tour of some of the greatest unsolved ciphers of all time In 1953, a man was found dead from cyanide poisoning near the Philadelphia airport with a picture of a Nazi aircraft in his wallet and an enciphered message taped to his abdomen. In 1912, a book dealer named Wilfrid Voynich came into possession of an illuminated cipher manuscript once belonging to Emperor Rudolf II, who was obsessed with alchemy and the occult. Wartime codebreakers tried—and failed—to unlock the book’s secrets, and it remains an enigma to this day. In this lively and entertaining book, Craig Bauer examines these and other vexing ciphers yet to be cracked. Some may reveal the identity of a spy or serial killer, provide the location of buried treasure, or expose a secret society—while others may be elaborate hoaxes. He lays out the evidence surrounding each cipher, describes the efforts to decipher it, and invites readers to try their hand at puzzles that have stymied so many others.