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Oldest mass animal stranding revealed in Death Valley fossils

About 540 million years ago a group of jellyfish washed ashore, died and fossilised – preserving evidence of the earliest example of an animal mass death event

Pushing the 2017 Cadillac XT5 Luxury Crossover to the Limits in Death Valley

There are certain things that are to be expected with a Cadillac SUV: you have the interior detailing and state-of-the-art technology, the quiet cabin and stellar sound system, and of course, ease of drivability.... via

Man Stabbed To Death In Hayes Valley

The victim has been identified as a 42-year-old SF resident. [ more › ]

Google X founder explains 'The Valley of Death' in product development (GOOG, GOOGL)

Yoky Matsuoka is in the middle of a spectacular career. She began as a semi-professional tennis player. She became a renowned expert on robotics because she dreamed of building a robot tennis partner (something she never accomplished). Show More Summary

32-year-old Mission Viejo man dead after jumping from bridge

LAS FLORES  A 32-year-old Mission Viejo man jumped to his death early Sunday, July 16, police said. Orange County Sheriff deputies were called to the Crown Valley Parkway bridge over Trabuco Creek at between Marguerite Parkway and Las Flores after the brother of the man and another resident discovered the body in the brush below […]

How crazy do you have to be to run the world's most grueling foot race? (Hint: Not very)

I drove to Death Valley last week because I had always been curious about the kind of people eager to spend up to 46 hours on their feet, with no sleep, running across the hottest place on Earth, dodging oncoming traffic, in the middle of July. Nearly 20 years ago, I had seen “Running on the Sun,”...

The LSU stadium’s 8 recent break-ins, ranked by memorability

We’re not encouraging you to sneak into Death Valley. We’re just here to rank. I understand the allure of breaking into a cathedral of college football. I grew up in Gainesville, Fla. While Florida’s stadium is open for most of the day, it does lock down at 10 p.m. Show More Summary

Not for wimps or toenails: Badwater runners take on 135 miles of hellish Death Valley terrain

The night the race started, a vicious wind kicked up across the Badwater Basin. It felt less like a summer evening, and more like standing in front of a blast furnace in hell’s basement. This was late Monday and the temperature was about 115 degrees. Not the ideal running weather, but that’s the...

2009 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71: The End Of The Affair

July of 2013. Somewhere between Death Valley and the Mojave Desert, with the scorching summer sun beating down upon the bleached blacktop. Colin Firth’s perfectly accented voice reading the conclusion of Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair. Show More Summary

What Is It Like To Visit Death Valley In the Summer?

If you ever wanted to see what intense heat felt like, try out a visit to Death Valley in the summer! Here is what you can expect - and even see what it is like to run in Death Valley in the summer! The post What Is It Like To Visit Death Valley In the Summer? appeared first on Running with Miles.

Thousands of cows die in California heat wave; disposing them becomes a problem

A heat wave has caused an increase in cattle deaths in recent weeks, prompted officials to take emergency actions. In the San Joaquin Valley, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors on Thursday extended a local state of emergency originally declared June 30 because of increased livestock deaths...

At least $1.48 billion in VC funding has gone up in smoke this year as the list of dead startups grows

Where there's life, there's death, and Silicon Valley is no different. For every billion dollar unicorn, there are endless numbers of start-ups that have passed into the ether — laying off their engineers in matching, branded t-shirts;...Show More Summary

So...Listerine might give you the softest feet ever

Here's the problem with pedicures: The polish lasts forever (awesome), but your heels look like Death Valley within days (ugh). And while we usually just ride out the dryness until the two-week mark (aka when we feel OK splurging on another pedi), this time we decided to take matters into our own hands using a simple DIY recipe. Show More Summary

Tupac Shakur's Last Home Hits Market, With 'Made Nz' Lyrics

Tupac Shakur's final resting place -- the place he lived until his death -- is on the market, with a slab of hip-hop history... the rapper's "Made Nz" lyrics are etched in stone. The San Fernando Valley home is listed for $2.65 million. It's…

How America’s New Cyber Foot Soldiers Are Put Through Their Paces

Inside the military training facility south of Death Valley in California where troops are trained to use the new weapons of war: software tools Two hours northeast of the sound-canceling “hush houses” of Palmdale, where newly developed jet engines are tested, lies the Army’s Fort Irwin National Training Center in the desert south of Death Valley. Show More Summary

10 Strategies To Cover New Product Development Costs

The “valley of death” is a common term in the startup world, referring to the difficulty of covering the negative cash flow in the early stages of a startup, before their new product or service is bringing in revenue from real customers. Show More Summary

California wants to deal with the 'valley of death' for electric cars (TSLA)

On balance, electric cars have been a miserable market failure, despite the massive amounts of hype directed at them. Consumers have been able to purchase a wide range of EVs for a decade, and yet the vehicles make up only about 1% of global sales. Even that number could erode as federal tax breaks for new EV purchases expire. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Would Rather Cure Death Than Make Life Worth Living

While Silicon Valley titans are drunk on the transhumanist promise to cure death, people are dying of curable problems that technologists ignore.

Working yourself to death isn't worth it, and Silicon Valley is starting to realize that

Silicon Valley has an overworking problem. And in many cases, it sees that problem as an asset, not a liability. This isn’t a new trend. It’s been documented several times over the years. But over the last few weeks, it feels like there’s...Show More Summary

John Elliott Debuts Desert-Inspired SS18 Collection Across Instagram

Here’s the SS18 collection from John Elliott inspired from a road trip he and his girlfriend went on earlier this year — traveling the South West visiting the Joshua tree, Death Valley, and the Mojavi desert which influenced the line’s patterns and palette. If you like what you see, head over to the brand’s online […]

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