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Every Wave's a Towering Wall of Water For This Foot-Tall RC Surfer

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week has left you terrified of the ocean, here’s a much safer way to try your hand at surfing. Read more...

Floods put golf course at Greenbrier completely under water

5 hours agoSports / Golf : USAToday: Golf

The Greenbrier Resort was left underwater this week, days before the PGA Tour is set to make a stop at the West Virginia course.        

Emoji Women Can Now Get Pregnant, But They Still Can’t Work

This week the Unicode Consortium, a non-profit organization responsible for coordinating and standardizing code across the computing industry, released 72 new emojis. They include men wrestling, a man playing water polo, a man playing handball, and a man juggling. Show More Summary

Palestinian president uses anti-Semitic trope against Israel in E.U. speech

7 hours agoNews : BlogPost

JERUSALEM – Did Israeli rabbis issue an edict to poison Palestinian water wells? Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said this happened, in a speech delivered Thursday to the European Parliament. “Only a week ago, a number of rabbis in Israel announced, and made a clear announcement, demanding that their government poison the water to kill the Palestinians," […]

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: June 23, 2016

Last week’s winner was Ryan L. from Omaha. He chose the Brera espresso machine. My Picks This Week If you’re looking to hit the water this summer, get your hands on an Oru Kayak. The origami-like design means it folds up nicely for both easy travel and easy storage. And at just 26lbs, you can […]

Weekly Flint Water Report: June 10-16

Here is this week's Flint water report. As usual, I've eliminated outlier readings above 2,000 parts per billion, since there are very few of them and they can affect the averages in misleading ways. During the week, DEQ took 137 samples. The average for the past week was 7.05.

Israel's water cuts: West Bank 'in full crisis mode'

Israel stands accused of using 'water as a weapon' as some West Bank homes have gone without water for a week.

Rolls-Royce predicts robotic ships will be on the water by 2020

In 2014, Rolls-Royce unveiled its vision of the robotic cargo ship of the future that it believes will become a reality by 2020. This week at the Autonomous Ship Technology Symposium 2016 in Amsterdam, the Rolls-Royce-led Advanced Autonomous...Show More Summary

Bryan Cranston Talks Walter White, LBJ & Politics at the Maui Film Festival

Five-time Emmy Award winner Bryan Cranston received the Navigator Award this week at the Maui Film Festival, which "honors a film artist for carving a path of distinction through the turbulent waters of the entertainment industry without...Show More Summary

Roost smart water leak detector should keep your drier, richer

Smart home startup Roost has announced its entry into the water leak detector market on Wednesday with a new product, the Smart Water and Freeze Detector. The new device, unveiled at CE Week in New York City, is able to identify a water leak and can also detect frozen pipe water damage, mold and mildew... Show More Summary

Stop The Blaming And The Shaming: Overcoming Tragedies Together

Last week was a very difficult week for anyone who keeps up with the news. The happiest place on earth -- Orlando, Florida, the home of Disney World, Sea World, multiple water parks and countless other attractions, was hammered withShow More Summary

Scientists glimpse why life can't happen without water

COLUMBUS, Ohio--Scientists are getting closer to directly observing how and why water is essential to life as we know it. A study in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides the strongest evidence yet that proteins--the large and complex molecules that fold into particular shapes to enable biological reactions--can't fold themselves. read more

This Cup of Coffee Costs $16; McDonald's Lobster Roll Is Back

Five things to know today Happy Monday. In today's vital food news: a $16 cup of coffee; recognizing the world's best wine lists; why you're so obsessed with LaCroix sparkling water; Starbucks is giving double rewards this week; andShow More Summary

Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Tweet …

Discovery’s Shark Week hits the water June 26, but Twitter users can go fins up starting Monday.

Brussels briefing: Princes and populists

Europe’s four most powerful men are in peril, fighting for their political lives in some choppy and unusual electoral waters. Whether this week in the case of Britain’s David Cameron or Spain’s Mariano Rajoy, or in the coming months with regard to Matteo Renzi and Francois Hollande, each one is nearing a career-defining reckoning with voters. Show More Summary

Christo Walks On Water

“The walkway is assembled from 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes that form its 16-meter-wide (53 feet) spine, covered this week with a waterproof and stain-resistant fabric made by a German company for the project.”

Mike's Blog Round Up

Another week flies by. As always, it's been a slice. Catch ya on the rebound....... Priceonomics: The Ad Campaign That Convinced Americans to Pay For Water NYMag: Why Peter Thiel Wants to Topple Gawker and Elect Donald Trump The Mahablog:...Show More Summary

7 Signs You Should Try Drinking Lemon Water For A Week

Do you order lemon with your water at restaurants to improve the taste? Did you know that doing so actually... The post 7 Signs You Should Try Drinking Lemon Water For A Week appeared first on Lifehack.

When Does Shark Week Start? TV Schedule For Shark Week 2016, Shark After Dark, And Eli Roth’s ‘Sharktacular’ Special

Get out of the water and head straight for your couch. Discovery Channel’s popular Shark Week series kicks off with a Sharktacular special on June 19, 2016, that will give viewers a sneak peek at what’s to come during the eight-day of shark-fest, followed by eight days of programming starting June 26. Show More Summary

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