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Hurricane Joaquin Weakens in Bahamas as U.S. Threat Fades

  By Brian K. Sullivan (Bloomberg) — A weakening Hurricane Joaquin probably won’t be a threat to the U.S. as it turns north in the Atlantic away from the Bahamas, where it’s battering the islands with winds that fell to 125 miles (200 kilometers) per hour. A container ship with a 33-member crew is missing. […] .

Trident Juncture 2015 NATO Military Exercises Kick Off Saturday

Italy, Portugal and Spain are set to host members and partners of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) along with international organizations as part of Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 on Saturday.

Atlantic Sun Preview: Has North Florida overthrown #DunkCity?

Florida-Gulf Coast is the program everyone recognizes in the Atlantic Sun, but another school from the Sunshine State has taken control of the league.

Meet the International Ice Patrol: Stopping Ships From Running into Icebergs Since 1913

Definitely an iceberg (Photo: Rita Willaert/Wikimedia) When the International Ice Patrol first started searching the North Atlantic for icebergs, after the Titanic sunk in 1912, a ship would make its way into the middle of the ocean, find the southernmost iceberg and babysit it for the rest of the season. Show More Summary

6th annual comedy fests in NJ: From Hoboken to Atlantic City

There are so many comedy festivals happening this weekend, this month and pretty much all the time across North America in the world now it's tougher to track them all. But this October, there are two happening on either end of New Jersey to hype you to, especially if you're on the East Coast. Right […]

Floods hit the US Eastern Seaboard

Heavy rains cause chaos along the Atlantic coast of North America from the Carolinas to the Canadian Maritimes.

Why some scientists are worried about a surprisingly cold 'blob' in the North Atlantic Ocean

It is, for our home planet, an extremely warm year. Indeed, last week we learned from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that the first eight months of 2015 were the hottest such stretch yet recorded for the globe's surface land and oceans, based on temperature records going to...

The Time A Tanker Saved A Fighter That Was Falling Apart Over The Atlantic

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On the 5th of September, 1983, 4 USAF F-4E Phantom jets were flying over the Atlantic en route to Europe along with the support of a KC-135 known as “North Star.” These five aircraft were part of a larger number of Phantoms and tankers on a routine trans-Atlantic flight. Show More Summary

How to achieve improved airline fuel savings to the possible Wall Street bonus of $10 million the first year

A new study provides evidence for tactical recommendations on restricted cruise altitudes for aircraft crossing the North Atlantic oceanic airspace. The research is part of the Future Air Navigation System started in the 1990s that focused on communication between aircraft and air traffic control services.

Jihadi Poetry Considered, at The Atlantic

If you want to get a sense of what it’s like to be a North Caucasus militant in Syria, one surprising answer is to look at the soldiers’s poetry. From The Atlantic: When North Caucasus militants began to arrive in Syria in 2012, they brought with them a surprising cultural tradition: jihadi poetry. Via websites […]

Carolina Rising: Film Spotlights Oil Drilling Opposition

A new short film spotlights the growing movement to protect the Atlantic coast from oil drilling. Filmed on location in North Carolina, the film features interviews with Surfrider chapter leaders and beautiful coastal scenery.

NAO and Then

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Anthony recently highlighted a new study which purports to find that the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is synchronized to the fluctuations in solar activity. The study is entitled “Solar forcing synchronizes decadal North Atlantic climate variability”. Show More Summary

New perspectives for long-term climate predictions

The natural, 11-year cycle of solar activity is apparently influencing long-term climate fluctuations in the Northern Hemisphere. An international team of scientists has shown that the so-called North Atlantic Oscillation, one of the dominant circulation patterns on the Northern Hemisphere, is phased-locked to the decadal solar activity with a delay of one or two years.

Long-term climate variability in the Northern Hemisphere linked to solar variations

From the Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR) New perspectives for long-term climate predictions? This image shows a time series of solar activity (bottom) and the North Atlantic Oscillation in two model simulations, without (blue) and with (yellow) solar forcing. Credit, GEOMAR.   Are climate predictions over periods of several years reliable if weather…

Europe Needs Russia, Not NATO to Ensure Regional Security – Swedish Politicians

The North Atlantic Alliance is incapable of tackling security challenges which Europe faces, Svenska Dagbladet reported citing Swedish politician Pierre Schori. What Europe needs, according to Schori, is a new security organization and Russia has to be an integral part of it.

Russia’s flights to Syria also carry military equipment – Lavrov

Iran opened its airspace to Russian military planes flying into Syria after the denial of overflight permission by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries in the region, a Russian diplomat in Tehran told the Tass news agency Wednesday. Russian Federation has already called for a coalition in the fight against ISIS, a concept the USA and

NATO Could Take a Walk Down Memory Lane and Stop Provoking Nuclear War

A local nuclear war sparked by the North Atlantic Alliance's relentless saber-rattling would leave millions killed in the heart of Europe – NATO's own history attests to this fact.

27 Creepshots Of Fire Island's Luxurious Beach Houses

  Fire Island is an extremely narrow but very long barrier island, with the Atlantic Ocean to its south and Great South Bay (and Long Island) to its north. Most of it is accessible only by boat, and to a first-time visitor stepping off...Show More Summary

Potted shrimp and dumplings: A lunch menu from the Titanic surfaces

3 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

Before the Titanic plunged into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, passengers aboard the storied passenger ship may have feasted on corned beef, potted shrimp and dumplings, according to an unusual artifact from the doomed vessel: a lunch menu dated April 14, 1912, the day before the sinking.Read full article >>

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