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Return to the Truth of Your Brilliance

I always say that getting to know our truth is the most powerful gift that we can give to ourselves. It frees us from the chains of having to live out a story that is not our own. The truth is each and every one of us is attached toShow More Summary

The Hummer-Replacing Oshkosh JLTV Will Run A GM Duramax Diesel V8

13 minutes agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The Oshkosh Corporation was just awarded a huge contract by the U.S. military to build the truck that will replace the Hummer, dubbed Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV). Now we’ve heard JLTV will be powered by Duramax diesel V8 engine and an Allison transmission, just like a Chevy truck. Read more...

Inside the KGB’s Super Power Division

16 minutes agoNews : The Daily Beast

Boris Ratnikov says he’s used telepathy to save Russia from foreign—and mostly American—aggression. His crackpot theories are back in fashion.

Lawyers call DWP billing settlement 'half-baked,' urge court to reject

Attorneys representing several Los Angeles residents who sued the Department of Water and Power over the disastrous rollout of its new billing system are balking at a proposed settlement that the utility reached in a separate lawsuit over inflated and erroneous bills, calling it "half-baked."

Are customers ready for solar? Just ask Google 

With just an address, Google, using the power of Google Maps, can now look up a residence and analyze the cost effectiveness of installing solar. Project Sunroof, as it is called, was announced on Google’s blog. Google engineer and tool creator Carl Elkin wrote, “As a volunteer with the Boston-based solar program Solarize Massachusetts and […]

Proliferation of power plants in Pr. George’s worries residents

One plant is about to open, one is being built and another is proposed in the same rural area.

Yakuza War at the Gates of Japan, Police Getting Prepared

A schism in the most powerful yakuza syndicate, Yamaguchi-gumi, has Japanese police concerned about a possible clan war.

Proliferation of power plants in Pr. George’s worries residents

One plant is about to open, one is being built and another is proposed in the same rural area.

The Daddy Diaries: Chapter 5

Word Power. The boy is lying on my chest as I type. His body about 19 inches long and wrapped in a white and yellow swaddling blanket. He is warmer than a fresh loaf of French peasant bread, and is noisily breathing and wriggling, slowly making his way up to my shoulder. Show More Summary

Powerful Photos of New Orleans, 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina

3 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Photographer Seph Lawless visited New Orleans to document the city, and its people, a full decade after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

‘Fossil Q’ will likely be the name of Fossil’s upcoming Android Wear smartwatch

3 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

When Fossil briefly showed off their new smartwatch live on-stage during IDF15 last week, they didn’t reveal much. Other than announcing it would be powered an Intel processor, they didn’t even bother giving the smartwatch an actual name. At least not one they were willing to divulge. One of 3 new wearables Fossil is working...

LISTEN: Houston Minister Delivers Powerful Response To Disgusting, Anti-LGBT Radio Ad

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The other day we told you how opponents of Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) released a disgusting, transphobic radio ad. The ad featured a young female narrator who said she hopes to get pregnant and have her baby in Houston, but she… The post LISTEN: Houston Minister Delivers Powerful Response To Disgusting, Anti-LGBT Radio Ad appeared first on Towleroad.

What You Need to Know about Solar Power

"The world is finally producing renewable energy at an industrial scale." -Achim Steiner The U.S. energy is booming and now is the time for businesses, homeowners and investors to profit. Solar energy isn't just limited to the US; it has now become a global standard. Show More Summary

RIP: Darryl Dawkins

One of the best dunkers ever is no more. Former fourteen-year NBA veteran, Darryl Dawkins passed away yesterday at the age of 58 from a heart attack. Dawkins, a Center, was known for his powerful dunks that shattered glass twice in the 1979 season. Show More Summary

Most Overachieving, Underachieving Power 5 CFB Programs of the Last Decade

Every year around the time preseason polls are released ahead of a college football season, debates across the country flare up over which teams will prove in the fall that they were underrated—or overrated—heading into the year. Some...Show More Summary

WMPU Weekly News Round-Up – August 24th-30th

Hey Power Users! Nick here for your Weekly news Round-Up, where I compile this week’s Microsoft news that’s been floating around the web, and talk about them in relative detail for your viewing pleasure! In this video, I talk about our website re-design ranging from the overall design to the new logo! The Cityman and […]

'Flash' Season 2 Trailer Teases Big Changes for Barry Allen

5 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Australian network Fox 8 has released a new trailer for Season 2 of 'The Flash', which shows Barry Allen's new blue lightning powers.

The Unexpected And Powerful Story Of A Sex Worker Affected By The Rentboy Raid

5 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland security raided the Manhattan offices of, arresting the company's CEO and six employees. The raid, and its subsequent effect on the people who depended on income from sex work acquired...Show More Summary

#Katrina10: The Power of Community

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina's flood waters filled my city of New Orleans - as I watched helplessly from Alaska where I was on vacation. I remember vividly the chaos and confusion of trying to connect with family, neighbors and colleagues from afar with nothing more than a flip phone. Show More Summary

In Kenya, Proposed Coal-Fired Power Plant Threatens World Heritage Site

In 2015, only about 23 percent of Kenya's 45,500,000 people have access to electricity, and this problem is particularly pronounced in rural areas of the East African country, where electrification drops to a staggering 4 percent. It's...Show More Summary

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