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  • Using a warp-speed offense that operates 34% more quickly than most conventional teams, Oregon averaged 47 points and 531 yards per game last season, both No. 1 nationally, and has won 20 of its past 21 games in the Pac-10 conference.

    Oregon's Case for the Hall of Geniuses

  • Think "Total Football"—the free-flowing brand of soccer that the Dutch club team Ajax perfected in the 1970s; or the warp-speed Loyola Marymount basketball program of two decades ago, which still holds the single-season Division I scoring record 122.4 points per game; or the University of Houston football team, whose innovative run 'n' shoot passing attack allowed it to score 95 points in a single game.

    Oregon's Case for the Hall of Geniuses

  • It was above all in the manufacture of homemade bombs, known as improvised explosive devices IEDs, that the insurgents made warp-speed innovations.

    The Longest War

  • It was above all in the manufacture of homemade bombs, known as improvised explosive devices IEDs, that the insurgents made warp-speed innovations.

    The Longest War

  • It was above all in the manufacture of homemade bombs, known as improvised explosive devices IEDs, that the insurgents made warp-speed innovations.

    The Longest War

  • The sound of this great awakening is a suitably starry-eyed riot of colourful synths, rubbery basslines and playground-pop vocals – opener Utopia's warp-speed punk-funk gets things off to a hurtling start; between here and the melodious toy-town piano closer Shangri-La lies plenty more ear-bashingly catchy disco-pop and a couple of moody mini-epics for good measure.

    Yacht: Shangri-La – review

  • As last year's "flash crash" showed, slowing down today's warp-speed markets is a good idea.

    Flash Tax: Why Levies on High-Speed Trading Won't Work

  • And what future projects are on your warp-speed horizon?

    The 'Riffs Interview: 'MARS NEEDS MOMS' author Berkeley Breathed buckles in for Hollywood voyage

  • The sound of this great awakening is a suitably starry-eyed riot of colourful synths, rubbery basslines and playground-pop vocals – opener Utopia's warp-speed punk-funk gets things off to a hurtling start; between here and the melodious toy-town piano closer Shangri-La lies plenty more ear-bashingly catchy disco-pop and a couple of moody mini-epics for good measure.

    Yacht: Shangri-La – review

  • It was above all in the manufacture of homemade bombs, known as improvised explosive devices IEDs, that the insurgents made warp-speed innovations.

    The Longest War

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