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Doug Pederson Comments on Carson Wentz, Compares QB to Brett Favre

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has blown expectations out of the water through three NFL starts, and head coach Doug Pederson hasn't hesitated to heap praise on his rookie signal-caller entering the team's bye week. During...Show More Summary

Spending bill to avert shutdown is blocked in Senate, but compromise is likely by week's end

Faced with a week’s-end deadline to keep government funds flowing, the Senate on Tuesday blocked a stopgap spending measure amid partisan fighting over aid to victims of the Flint, Mich., water crisis. But both sides predicted a government shutdown was unlikely, and final passage was still expected...

Damen to Launch Composite Water Bus

Damen said it is set to launch its first composite Water Bus as the prototype undergoes sea trials in the next few weeks. According to the shipbuilder, the new vessel offers reduced fuel consumption, less maintenance, no corrosion or fatigue problems and is very robust.

Death toll in migrant shipwreck off Egypt rises to 194

CAIRO (Reuters) - Twenty-five bodies were recovered on Tuesday from a boat that sank in Mediterranean waters off Egypt last week with hundreds of migrants aboard, raising the confirmed death toll to 194, rescue workers said.

Josh Newton's Water Jobs & More - 27 September 2016

Josh has set a record this week - 116 jobs! And I have added some of my own - 140 in all! Here are Josh's 27 September 2016 jobs online. As a PDF: Download 27 September 2016 - JWJ As a Word doc: Download 27 September 2016 - JWJ Chec...

15 of the best reactions to Donald Trump's funny, weird sniffling problem.

yesterdayHumor / odd : Happy Place

Donald Trump slammed Little Marco Rubio for his water sipping. He spent weeks connecting Hillary's cough (and later pneumonia) to crazy health conspiracies. So, it was no surprise that when Trump himself came out with a persistent sniffle during Monday's debate, Twitter was fully prepared to give him the same treatment. Show More Summary

Hubble finds new evidence of water plumes on Europa

Hints about "surprising activity" on Europa have been circulating for a week, and we finally know what the big news is. NASA officials announced today that Hubble found new evidence of water plumes jetting off of the icy Jovian moon....Show More Summary

Jose Fernandez -- Partying on Boat with 'J's Crew' (VIDEO)

Jose Fernandez was a man of the sea in the weeks before his tragic death. The Marlins pitcher and some buddies fished and partied it up in the waters around Miami.  One of the shots appears to be the same type of boat that crashed into a jetty…

This week in science: trillions and trillions

What will happen to Dixie by the water after they foolishly fell for conservative talking points and elected clueless morons or willfully ignorant sociopaths ranting that global warming was a hoax made up by all those alleged evil conspirators...Show More Summary

Syrian government forces advance on Aleppo two weeks after ceasefire

Syrian government forces advanced in the city of Aleppo after airstrikes pounded rebel-held territory, killing dozens. The United Nations said nearly 2 million people are without water. Continue reading ? The post Syrian government forces advance on Aleppo two weeks after ceasefire appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Risky water: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week

3 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Also, a surprising find about fitness trackers makes the list this week.        

Risky Water: 5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week

A disturbing find about common tap water and an intriguing one about a famous shipwreck were among the biggest discoveries of the week: That Chemical Erin Brockovich Fought? You're Likely Drinking It : If chromium-6 rings a bell for some odd reason, that reason is likely Erin Brockovich, who famously helped...

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 17 - 23 September 2016

4 days agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Here is a groundwater video by the The Oregonian featuring hydrogeologist extraordinaire Dr. Todd Jarvis, Director (not Associate Director) of the Institute for Water and Watersheds at OSU. Check out the 'underground aquifers' (according to The Oregonian). Read OWRD Director Tom Byler's mea culpa regarding his agency's lack of oversight...

How a massive sinkhole dumped 200 million gallons of radioactive water into a Florida aquifer

A sinkhole opened in Florida weeks ago, dumping 250 million gallons of radioactive wastewater into the local water table, but residents didn't find out until quite recently.

Kai Lenny tests the new water-resistant iPhone 7 while surfing

Apple announced two weeks ago that their new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 will be water-resistant. They did so with images of surfers in the water with an Apple Watch, and have proceeded to release commercials like a skateboarder using his phone in sprinklers. Show More Summary

This new electric car is designed for a $37 weekly subscription service

Europe continues to test the waters of shared vehicle ownership models, and the Amber One is a car designed to help eliminate the huge amount of time our own vehicles currently spend idle. The all-electric concept has a 250-mile range on a single charge, a top speed of over 93 mph, and a 0 to 60 time of a respectable 7 seconds. Show More Summary

River pollution puts 323m at risk from life-threatening diseases say UN

Waste water, pesticide run-off and industrial pollution threatens people across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Regulation, data and business action are needed A week before Russia’s Daldykan river was turned red by a leak from a metals...Show More Summary

UCLA Remains Number 1 on Collegiate Water Polo Week 3 Rankings

By SwimSwam on SwimSwam The two-time defending National Champion Bruins hold at 99 points this week to once again barely miss out on being a unanimous No. 1 selection Read the full story on SwimSwam: UCLA Remains Number 1 on Collegiate Water Polo Week 3 Rankings

Speedy bacteria detector could help prevent foodborne illnesses

It seems like almost every week another food product is being recalled because of contamination. One of the more common culprits is a pathogenic strain of E. coli. To help prevent illnesses caused by this bacteria in food or water, researchers have developed a new nanosensor to rapidly detect its presence. The study appears in the journal ACS Infectious Diseases.

What can satellite data do for aquaculture?

"We're shut because of a harmful algal bloom in the waters at the moment. Being shut costs us £25-30,000 a week, and last year we were shut for four months."

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