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It’s Over! #SouthernCharm Star Thomas Ravenel Splits From Registered Nurse Ashley Jacobs

Thomas Ravenel is back on the market again! The 54-year-old Charleston real estate mogul and his girlfriend, Ashley Jacobs, have called it quits.  Ashley Jacobs, 32, is a registered hospice nurse who resides in Santa Barbara, California. The Southern Charm star and the registered nurse’s hot and heavy relationship fizzled suddenly.  No news on the reason […]

QUICK NEWS, June 27: Now Is The Time, We Are The Ones; The Many Other Ways To Use Solar; New Energy Is The New Way To Run The Grid

Now Is The Time, We Are The Ones An Especially Good Time to Address Climate Change; People Are Taking Action and Raising Hope that We Will Win the Climate War Deborah L. Williams, June 25, 2017 (Santa Barbara Independent) “…Given the...Show More Summary

The beach time capsule

(University of California - Santa Barbara) And to think it was all right there in her garage.A load of boxes pulled from biologist Dale Straughan's home yielded a veritable treasure trove for UC Santa Barbara researchers studying the impact of climate change on coastal biodiversity in California.

Scientists study changes in the biodiversity of California's sandy beaches

And to think it was all right there in her garage. A load of boxes pulled from biologist Dale Straughan's home yielded a veritable treasure trove for UC Santa Barbara researchers studying the impact of climate change on coastal biodiversity in California.

5 Men Take Same Photo Every 5 Years Since 1982

Five friends from Santa Barbara High School have been snapping the same photo in the same pose on the same cabin bench every five years for the past 35 years. From left to right, as is the tradition, John "Wedge" Wardlaw, Mark Rumer-Cleary,...Show More Summary

Seismologist Warns 1925 Quake Will Strike—in 2025

On Wednesday afternoon California residents were shocked to learn that a powerful earthquake had supposedly hit the Pacific Ocean about 10 miles off the coast of Santa Barbara. They were probably just as surprised to learn a few minutes later that the magnitude 6.8 quake had actually happened in...

LA Times accidentally reports 6.8 earthquake in Santa Barbara that happened in 1925

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Yesterday at 4:51pm The Los Angeles Times reported on a 6.8 earthquake in Santa Barbara. That's a shaker size that nobody would miss, and yet nobody felt it – because the earthquake happened 82 years ago. Usually human error is to blame...Show More Summary

Santa Barbara homes at three different price points

Santa Barbara is among the priciest cities when it comes to real estate, but not every home will break the bank. Here’s a look at what your money buys at three price points. This Craftsman bungalow, dating to about a century ago, is among eight original residences that make up this downtown-area...

A rising star

(University of California - Santa Barbara) It's a tiny marine invertebrate, no more than 3 millimeters in size. But closely related to humans, Botryllus schlosseri might hold the key to new treatments for cancer and a host of vascular diseases.

Fake quake: Report of major California temblor a false alarm

Seismologists said Wednesday's automatically generated report of a magnitude 6.8 quake in the Pacific Ocean 10 miles west of Santa Barbara was a false alarm based on a quake that happened in the same area nearly a century ago. "The quake...Show More Summary

False alarm: Caltech staffer accidentally sends alert for large 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake

A staffer at Caltech mistakenly sent out an alert for a large magnitude-6.8 earthquake off the Santa Barbara coast — from 1925. The error happened when someone tried to correct the exact location of the Prohibition-era Santa Barbara earthquake, which happened 92 years ago on June 29. An erroneous...

A 6.8 earthquake hit Santa Barbara on June 1925. This is how the disaster looked like

An erroneous report of a 6.8 earthquake in Santa Barbara was reported Wednesday. The quake appears to have been from June 29, 1925. Here is a June 2013 story about the damage of the quake. At 6:42 a.m. on June 29, 1925, the city of Santa Barbara was heavily damaged by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake....

Erroneous report of 6.8 earthquake near Santa Barbara

An erroneous report of a 6.8 earthquake in Santa Barbara was reported Wednesday. The quake appears to have been from 1925. Read more about Southern California earthquakes. UPDATES: 4:55 p.m.: This article was updated with information that the report was erroneous. This article was originally published...

Erroneous report of 6.8 earthquake near Santa Barbara

An erroneous report of a 6.8 earthquake in Santa Barbara was reported Wednesday. The quake appears to have been from 1925. Read more about Southern California earthquakes. UPDATES: 4:55 p.m.: This article was updated with information that the report was erroneous. This article was originally published...

Check Out Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's New $10M Santa Barbara County Surf Shack — House of the Day

Is Santa Barbara the new Malibu? Judging by the recent $10M luxury beachfront home purchased by Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, the answer may be a resounding: "It's all alright!" READ MORE »

The (extra) eyes have it

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Your doctor is an expert with many years of experience. So when she tells you, upon reviewing all the fancy tomographic imaging you had done, that the tenderness in your breast is just some minor irritation, you want to believe her and leave it at that.

Drones use Wi-Fi to see what's hidden

Three years ago, scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara used Wi-Fi-equipped ground-based robots to obtain two-dimensional images of objects hidden behind brick walls. Now, using aerial drones, they've obtained 3D images of similarly-hidden objects. Show More Summary

These drones with Wi-Fi have X-ray vision

Drones can now see through walls — sort of.  Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara, just figured out how to use Wi-Fi signals and drones to create 3D maps of the inside of buildings.  The video above demonstrates their process, which is also detailed in a paper published online. For the experiment the team used two drones. Show More Summary

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