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Pirates Hijack Iranian Fishing Vessel Off Somalia -AFP

Earlier this week pirates hijacked an Iranian fishing vessel in the waters off coast of Somalia, the AFP has reported. The AFP report, which cited an official with the United [...] The post Pirates Hijack Iranian Fishing Vessel Off Somalia -AFP appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

The week in Reviewed: Huskies walking on water

This week, we covered huskies walking on water, and a couple of new MacBooks.        

Jessica Alba And Chrissy Teigen Vacation Together In The Caribbean

Spring break at its finest. Jessica Alba and Chrissy Teigen looked every bit relaxed as they enjoyed a joint vacation in the Caribbean this week. Alba was all smiles in a seersucker bikini and fedora, while Teigen hit the water in an orange bikini top and printed sarong on Thursday. Show More Summary

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 21 - 27 March 2015

I saw this sign (looks like it's from the UK) on Eric Fitch's Facebook page and it immediately conjured images of a 1950s horror film, which I turned into this blog post. If the sign is Photoshopped, that's okay with me. User's Guide - if you are new to...

3 Words That Made My Relationship With My Kids So Much Better

A few weeks ago, our family of five shuffled from one of my oldest's volleyball games to another. Coolers loaded, activities tucked into bags, water bottles filled (and refilled). I spent a fair amount of time wondering about my younger two. Show More Summary

The Book of Judges and a “Modest” Proposal

Reading the Old Testament book of Judges with the people of Living Water Lutheran Church in the past week has underscored an important truth articulated famously by Lord Acton: “Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” The Old Testament judges started out as people without status. But God called them to exercise military and judicial authority [...]Show More Summary

Who owns the Nile? It’s more complicated than you think

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan this week agreed to share the water of the Nile. But why was there discord in the first place?

U.N. targets shelter, water in $29.9 million appeal for cyclone-hit Vanuatu

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Less than two weeks after Cyclone Pam tore through the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, 110,000 people have no safe drinking water and some 75,000 urgently need shelter, the United Nations said on Tuesday as it launched an appeal for $29.9 million.

'Testing The Waters': The Unseen Significance Of A Candidate Cliche

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A few weeks ago, I had the occasion to write about the myriad steps that a human being takes along the way to becoming a presidential candidate -- from the period in which supporters "draft" a candidate to that person's "active explorations" to "laying the groundwork" for a run to the run for office itself. Show More Summary

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 14 – 20 March 2015

First day of Spring or Autumn. Whichever it is, enjoy!  Sunday,22 March, is World Water Day! Congrats to Rajendra Singh of India, winner of the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize. Click here to see the weekly summary of water news. We don’tShow More Summary

Smart Irrigation Service Enables Compliance with CA Water Restrictions

In response to the California State Water Resources Control Board’s statewide water restrictions imposed last week, ETwater is moving up the availability on the release of its smart irrigation subscription service. The subscription service automatically adjusts an irrigation system with an outdoor watering schedule that uses only the minimum amount of water that any garden, […]

Tudor Introduces New 2015 Pelagos

Tudor first presented its Pelagos diving watch in 2012. This week, during Baselworld, the Swiss watch maker presented the newly updated Tudor Pelagos 2015. We have been fans of the titanium watch, which is water resistant up to 500 meters… The post Tudor Introduces New 2015 Pelagos appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Ganymede’s Liquid Ocean is Really, Really Deep

Last year, NASA announced that Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, may have water underneath the surface. Last week, Hubble scientists essentially confirmed that Ganymede has an ocean 60 miles (about 100km) deep located underneath nearly 100 miles of ice. For comparative purposes, the surface ocean of Earth is only about 11km deep...

Spotlight on green news & views: Rising seas, censored officials, dwindling water

Senators prepare to debate controlling greenhouse gas emissions. Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get more eyeballs, Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue) normally appears twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Show More Summary

Dog Naps on Pool Raft with Her Teddy Bear

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

Brylie the dog understands the importance of "me time." To stay healthy, you have to be serious about resting. After a busy work week, she heads to the pool with her teddy bear, climbs into a raft, and pushes off into the water. (Video Link) -via Tastefully Offensive

3p Weekend: 10 Corporate Leaders in Water Stewardship

This Sunday, March 22, is World Water Day -- a day to celebrate water and make a difference for those who lack access to it. To mark the occasion, this week we're rounding up 10 companies that are proven leaders in water stewardship...

Video Hatch: “Unwind”

Everyone has their own way to relax at the end of stressful days and weeks, and this short film features the kind of folks who choose heading out on the water. Via LivitFilms.

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 14 - 20 March 2015

First day of Spring or Autumn. Whichever it is, enjoy! Sunday,22 March, is World Water Day! User's Guide - if you are new to this summary: Each of the items here is a Tweet from my WaterWired Twitter account for the week ending today, arranged by category. It is...

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