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How Heat Kills Farmworkers

On a recent summer morning in Mendota, a small farming community in California’s Central Valley, the sun glared down from a cloudless sky. The temperature was heading toward 101 degrees, and it had hit 106 a few days before—not unlike the blistering heat that blanketed much of the West Coast over Labor Day weekend. While […]

Burns’s ‘Vietnam’ 4: I think I see the point. Maybe.

T.R. Fehrenbach, in his classic book about the Korean War, says that bombs from the sky aren’t the same as boots on the ground.

The 'Godfather' Of Autonomous Driving: We Gotta Wreck The Sky

Photo. Flickr/TechCrunch Have you ever gazed up at the sweeping blue sky and thought, God, it's boring up there? It seems like Sebastian Thrun -- who launched Google's self-driving car program and is the CEO of the flying car startup Kitty Hawk -- sure has. Show More Summary

HGTV Is a Never-ending Fantasy Loop. Look Deeper, and It Gets Pretty Ugly.

A man in the desert touches flame to a snaking trail of gasoline, and as fire whips across a blasted stretch of earth, coming dangerously close to his parked monster truck, he leans back, extends his open arms to the sky, and calls out, “I am all that is man!”Moments ... More »

Gravity waves influence weather and climate

Gravity waves form in the atmosphere as a result of destabilizing processes, for example at weather fronts, during storms or when air masses stroke over mountain ranges. They can occasionally be seen in the sky as bands of cloud. For weather forecast and climate models, however, they are mostly "invisible" due to their short wavelength. Show More Summary

Grab that cheap flight now - it may be your final chance!

The Mail on Sunday's Frank Barrett explores whether the trend for budget airlines can last - or if our days of friendly (and inexpensive) skies are numbered.

Read Netanyahu’s UN speech, which praises Trump to the skies and matches his North Korea hyperbole on Iran

Israeli PM Netanyahu was seen nodding during Donald Trump's speech to the UN, and he later praised it to the skies. "I’ve listened to countless speeches in this hall, but I can say this: none were bolder, none more courageous and forthright than the one delivered by President Trump." Netanyahu went on to offer red meat rhetoric of his own on Iran. Show More Summary

UK foreign minister Johnson says he will not resign: Sky

Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said he was not going to resign, when questioned on Tuesday following reports that he could quit before the weekend if his Brexit demands were not met by Prime Minister Theresa May. May is due...Show More Summary

Martin-Green: The Sky’s The Limit

5 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

For Sonequa Martin-Green, being cast as the lead in Star Trek: Discovery means “the sky is the limit for all of us.”...

Strange Dancing Lights Seen Over Salt Lake City

5 days agoHumor : eBaum's World

From the person filming: "We were driving home from dinner and looked up into the sky to notice three large bright lights moving around. It...

13 Reasons Why's Brandon Flynn Comes Out As Gay In The Name Of Equality — Bravo!

This is beautiful! In response to a terrible anti same-sex marriage message across the sky in Australia, 13 Reasons Why star Brandon Flynn took social media condemn the hate and acknowledge that he identifies with the LGBTQ+ community. Yas! Related: Demi Lovato Calls Her Sexuality 'Irrelevant' Writing on Instagram, the 23-year-old actor penned alongside a photo of a [...]

’13 Reasons Why’ Actor Brandon Flynn Comes Out in Message Urging Equality for Australia

5 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Brandon Flynn, who stars in the Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why, came out of the closet in an Instagram post urging Australians to vote ‘yes’ for marriage equality. Wrote Flynn: Just saw the “vote no” message in the sky, looming… Read The post ’13 Reasons Why’ Actor Brandon Flynn Comes Out in Message Urging Equality for Australia appeared first on Towleroad.

Blue Sky Mausoleum in Buffalo, New York

Among the towering monuments and notable tombs that fill Buffalo's historic Forest Lawn Cemetery lies a crypt that stands out from the rest. The only memorial burial chamber ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Blue Sky Mausoleum was intended to be the final resting place of a longtime friend of the famed architect. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday September 21 to Thursday September 28

The First Quarter Moon is Thursday, September 28. Jupiter and the bright star Spica are nearby in the late twilight sky. The thin crescent Moon is close to Jupiter on the 22nd. Earth is at spring equinox on the 23rd. Saturn is visible all evening in the heart of the Milky Way and is close to the Moon on the 26th and 27th. Show More Summary

What’s Your ‘Desert Island’ Copywriting Technique? Answers from Our Team

You’ve been shipwrecked on an uninhabited island, somewhere with blue skies and dazzling aquamarine waters. But after some time passes, no matter how big a fan of sushi you are, the appeal of your solitary paradise starts to wane. You’ve amassed a fine collection of rocks — suitable for crafting, let’s say, a copywriting message. Show More Summary

Russia’s war game spills into NATO skies, causing spat

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Two Russian military jets entered NATO ally Lithuania’s airspace over the weekend, a violation which prompted the Lithuanian government to demand an “immediate explanation” from the Russian ambassador. Moscow has accused its neighbor of playing politics over the event. Russia is currently engaged...

Rio Ferdinand Announces 'Defender to Contender' Professional Boxing Plans

Former England and Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand has announced a comeback to the sporting world as he seeks to become a professional boxer. As was reported by Sky Sports News, the 38-year-old said he would make a "major news announcement" on Tuesday. Show More Summary

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