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Sambo The Elephant's Death Carrying Tourists To Angkor Wat Spurs Animal Rights Activism

Asian elephants in Cambodia. (Photo credit: Jack Highwood, Elephant Valley Project). An elderly elephant named Sambo collapsed to death while carrying tourists to Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia. The female elephant had been working underscorching heat for 45minutes carrying two tourists, one at a time to the attraction, which is considered [...]

Death Valley Days: US Homeownership Rate Falls To 63.5% As Home Prices Rise and Wages Stagnate

The U.S. homeownership rate fell again on a YoY basis in Q1. The post Death Valley Days: US Homeownership Rate Falls To 63.5% As Home Prices Rise and Wages Stagnate was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the mo...

Death Valley Trip, Getting There: Coaldale, Black Rock, Lone Mountain, and the Boss Mine

Onward! Onward! How far will we get this time? Coaldale, as seen in August, 2010. With Boundary Peak still in view, MOH and I rounded the corner at Coaldale Junction, and pulled in briefly at Coaldale. This particular ghost town, which...Show More Summary

Clinton and Trump Hit Uncharted Depths With Independents

Peter D. Hart: For Clinton and Trump, the contest looks like a race to Badwater Basin, the lowest point in Death Valley. Each is loathed by independent voters.

‘Game Of Thrones’ Ratings Steady With 2015, ‘Silicon Valley’ & ‘Veep’ Down

There were deaths, reunions, vows of revenge and revelations of real identities and of course intrigue on the return of Game Of Thrones on Sunday – there were also a lot of people watching. In its 9 PM Season 6 debut and on a free preview...Show More Summary

Death Valley Girls releasing 'Glow In The Dark' (stream the title track)

LA psych-punks Death Valley Girls already have a few promising releases out, and they're now set to release their proper debut album Glow In The Dark on June 10 via Burger Records. We're premiering the title track, which starts out as an eerie song with some definite hints of Sonic Youth, but quickly evolves into scuzzy garage punk... Continue reading…

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What's Your Favorite Stereotype of a Desert? The 2% Answer? The Dunes at Death Valley

Think of the word "desert". What''s the first picture that pops into your mind? Is it Saguaro Cacti, like an old western? Is it cliffs and spires like other old westerns? Is it a painted desert, like an old Disney movie or a Roadrunner cartoon? Or is it an endless sea of sand? At different times, I've had all those stereotypes established in my head. Show More Summary

The Slow Death of Coachella's Local Vendor Economy

The sight of bacon-wrapped hot dogs sizzling atop metal trays, their fatty aroma intermingling with desert dust and the odor of dead grass, has been a familiar part of the Coachella Valley Music Festival for many years. But not this year. Where they once could be found along any entry...

Artist's Drive in Furnace Creek, California

Death Valley conjures images of a rugged, desolate, monochromatic landscape of sun-blasted mountains and blistering, arid valleys. Artist's Drive, however, is a meandering road along the face of the Black Mountains that reminds visitors...Show More Summary

Traversing Dark Canyons Where the Mountains are Upside-down: Titus Canyon Road, Death Valley

This is lonely country. There are no outposts of civilization, no phone service, and a single thin gravel road winds through the complex of canyon narrows. This is the kind of country where canyons and peaks get named for the people who disappeared there, rather than for their discoveries. Show More Summary

‘Game of Thrones’ Officially Coming Back for Season 7; ‘Veep’ and ‘Silicon Valley’ Also Renewed

All men must die, but some shows get to look Death straight in the eye and say “not today.” HBO has officially renewed Game of Thrones for season 7, to the surprise of absolutely no one. And while they were at it, the network went ahead...Show More Summary

Subs and ships: The merits of domestic builds

Yesterday the government announced the commissioning of dozens of naval vessels. In an effort to stave off the industry 'valley of death' between major projects, planned construction of 12 offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) in South Australia will begin in 2018. Show More Summary

Valley is a game about controlling the forces of life and death.

Valley is a game about controlling the forces of life and death. Also grappling hooks. Your special L.E.A.F. suit grants you the ability to give and take life from any living thing. Also interesting: the more you die, the more the valley itself will die. The game will be out this summer. Read more...

‘Darkness Rising’ For “Death Valley” Director! (Exclusive)

Austin Reading, former FEARnet Creative Director and “Death Valley” Executive Producer/Director, steps into his feature directorial debut with Darkness Rising. “When Madison Shaw learns that her childhood home is about to be torn down, she has one last chance to confront the demons that drove her family away. Enlisting the help of her fiancé, Jake, […]

The Richest Mineral Resources in Death Valley: Isolation and Gullibility

A great many dreams lie broken in the rock and gravel expanses of Death Valley National Park. The California Gold Rush had brought hundreds of thousands of people to the state in the 1850s, and though few of them ever actually became...Show More Summary

Death Valley Trip, Getting There: Highway 95, Redlich, Columbus Salt Marsh, and Another View of Boundary Peak

After lunch, MOH and I drove back into Mina and turned south on Highway 95, continuing our journey toward our next stop (shown above and way down below), and our more distant destinations of Beatty and Death Valley,. As a rule, I don't write much about U.S. Show More Summary

The Death Valley Super Bloom Is Incredible

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Death Valley is one of the harshest environments on the planet, but you wouldn’t know it if you happened to visit last month. As weeks of El Niño-fueled rains percolated into the soil, thousands of dormant seeds were awakened, and the barren landscape bloomed into an ocean of wildflowers. Read more...

The founder of Bulletproof Coffee plans to live to be 180 years old

Dave Asprey wants to hack death. The Silicon Valley entrepreneur has spent over $300,000 on research trying to do so, using data to optimize his mind and body. Asprey is the founder of the  multimillion-dollar company selling  Bulletproof...Show More Summary

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