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Open thread for night owls: Eastern Seaboard saw sea level rise of 5 inches in two years

Grist: In just two years, 2009 and 2010, sea levels along the Atlantic coast north of New York City jumped up by more than 5 inches, according to a paper published this week in the journal Nature Communications. That might not seem like...Show More Summary

Holy Spirit High School Students Dress As Monkey And Banana To Taunt Black Students

The Holy Spirit High School in Atlantic County, New Jersey is under fire after costumes worn by students at a high school basketball game are having many call the school racist. The costumes, a monkey suit and a banana, were worn byShow More Summary

Idyllic Ocean View Home by Brazil’s Bernardes Arquitetura

Bernardes Arquitetura construct this home, an hour from São Paulo, for a family of five, overlooking the breathtaking shoreline and Atlantic Forest reserve. With the sea sitting less than a hundred meters away from the house, a calming… The post Idyllic Ocean View Home by Brazil’s Bernardes Arquitetura appeared first on Selectism.

Students Dressed As Monkey And Banana Taunted Black Players At High School Basketball Game

Students at Holy Spirit High School dressed up as a monkey and a banana taunted black basketball players during a game between Atlantic City and Holy Spirit High School last week, NBC News reports. The Holy Spirit High School basketball...Show More Summary

Does Hillary Clinton Have Anything to Say?

Molly Ball, The Atlantic: Everywhere Hillary Clinton goes, a thousand cameras follow. Then she opens her mouth, and nothing happens. Clinton made a much-ballyhooed appearance in Iowa over the weekend, giving a speech widely noted for its substancelessness. Show More Summary

Awesome In-Flight Videos from the KLM Cockpit

Ever wonder how dozens of flights can safely cross the Atlantic at the same time, despite the fact that much of the journey includes no radar coverage? How do the pilots communicate with Air Traffic Control, and what kind of instructions...Show More Summary

Contrasting tales of big profits, small jets on opposite sides of Atlantic

European airline giant Airbus and Canadian ‘minnow’ Bombardier made very different headlines on either side of the Atlantic overnight. Airbus Group turned in a very strong profit performance, despite a huge penalty provision for delays to its military transport the A400M, and Bombardier’s stretched regional jet, the CSeries 300, made its maiden flight near Montreal. [...]

Fordham's Bryan Smith Enters Final Stage of His College Career

Fordham's final three regular-season games and however many more it ends up playing in the Atlantic 10 tournament are, for multiple reasons, critical to the development and psyche of the program. First and foremost, the goal is always to win basketball games. Show More Summary

Ready to Get Scared Straight? This is Your Brain On Phones — The Atlantic

Everyone knows you're supposed to limit your screen time before bed, but do you really know why? It's more serious than you probably realize. Ready to be scared straight? Read on. READ MORE »

ABC News now available on Apple TV in Europe & Scandinavia, no subscription required

ABC News, which was added to Apple TV in the U.S. last year as a dedicated channel, has now made it across the Atlantic to Europe and Scandinavia, reports iFun. The channel offers both live and recorded shows, including local news broadcasts from a number of US cities, handy for expat residents and anyone interested […]

Atlantic Surging, Virginia Sinking

This article appears in the Winter 2015 issue of  The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here.   S tanding at the Elizabeth River looking at the Naval Shipyard and neighboring Portsmouth, the climate change carnage looming over Norfolk, Virginia, may not be immediately noticeable. Show More Summary

Last Friday Of The Month

I am at Callowalde, an enclave on Briarcliff that I have passed hundreds of times in my twenty years of Atlant residence but have never entered until today. I am here for this month’s Creative Mornings Atlanta, and will finish this blog post later today. I have much more to say today. Come back then, […]

United States, Brazil or France: Who Showers The Most? — The Atlantic

Did you take a shower this morning? Me too. So what about citizens of some of the world's other countries? How do their shower habits stack up? These graphs will tell you and it's probably not what you think. In fact, you might just be pretty surprised by who is stretching their time between showers and which countries are soaping up on the regular. READ MORE »

Federal Gov's Proposed 5-Year Offshore Drilling Plan

2 days agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Recently the Obama administration's proposed 5-year plan for offshore oil and gas development, setting some areas in the Arctic Ocean off limits, but opening up a large chunk of the Atlantic Ocean for drilling along the East Coast off...Show More Summary

New Wave System Claims Huge Energy per Ton Potential

Atlantic pilot installation of 300-kilowatt generators set for 2016

Smokebelly Sizzles at Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival

Say amen to this shrine of swine and bastion of barbecue and bacon graced with copious samplings of bourbon and beer. The Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival is back at Atlantic Station on Saturday, February 28 with more space and bigger tents than last year and tent heaters to ward off chills if needed. Show More Summary

On Steinman et al. (2015) – Michael Mann and Company Redefine Multidecadal Variability And Wind Up Illustrating Climate Model Failings

Guest Post By Bob Tisdale For the past few years, we’ve been showing in numerous blog posts that the observed multidecadal variations in sea surface temperatures of the North Atlantic (known as the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation) are not represented by the forced components of the climate models stored in the CMIP5 archive (which were used…

WATCH: Ex-Dolphin moments after swimming 16 hours to get ashore

Earlier this year, former Dolphins fullback Rob Konrad said he was stranded more than nine miles offshore when he fell off his boat in the Atlantic Ocean.

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