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Josh Newton's World Water Week Drinks & More - 30 August 2016

6 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Josh is in Stockholm at World Water Week and did not send around a new jobs list for this week. But check out his website for all the jobs. His jobs are on Facebook, too. He did announce the venue for his annual WWW Drinks get-together, however, and this event...

Whoa: A new poll shows Darrell Issa, one of the worst House Republicans, in serious hot water

Back in June, retired Marine Col. Doug Applegate shocked the political world by holding veteran GOP Rep. Darrell Issa to a feeble 51-45 margin California's top-two primary. A few weeks later, the DCCC released an in-house poll showing the general election tied at 43 apiece, and Issa never responded with contradictory numbers of his own. Show More Summary

Does Miami Boast The Best Beaches In The World? Here Are Five Ways To Find Out…

11 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Miami is famous for many things, but chief among them are great gay beaches, offering soft sand, sea breezes. crystal clear water and men in speedos, lots of men in lots of speedos. In fact, the beaches in the area are so great and so plentiful, that it’s hard to know where to start. As [...]

Groundbreaking Discovery of Proxima Centauri b --"Habitable-Zone Planet Orbiting Our Closest Star Evolved Very Differently Than Earth"

The world’s attention is now on Proxima Centauri b, a possibly Earth-like planet orbiting the closest star, 4.22 light-years away. The planet’s orbit is just right to allow liquid water on its surface, needed for life. But could it in...

Today's Slaves: Rented North Koreans Toil to Build Advanced Norwegian Ship

Norway aims to build some of the world's most advanced seismic ships, which will are being designed for missions in Arctic waters. However, their construction turns out to have a morbid underside, as North Korean slave labor was revealed to have been used to build the state-of the-art research vessels.

Brazil Has Another Big Problem: Evangelical Christian Politicians

With the XXXI Olympiad now complete, much of the world now has Brazil on its mind. From water pollution to street crime to extreme income inequality to the Zika virus, it seems that the nation has been criticized by the international...Show More Summary

New Discovery Proxima B Is in Host Star's Habitable Zone -- but Could It Really Be Habitable?

The world's attention is now on Proxima Centauri b, a possibly Earth-like planet orbiting the closest star, 4.22 light-years away. The planet's orbit is just right to allow liquid water on its surface, needed for life. But could it in...Show More Summary

GMO Infographic Shows Impact on Water Conservation

GMO Answers released a new infographic to educate consumers about how GMOs help conserve water usage in agriculture in honor of World Water Week. Water is one of the most important factors in producing food, fuel and fiber, and preserving water is critical to agriculture’s sustainability. Show More Summary

Man City’s Sergio Aguero ruled out of Argentina internationals due to injury

Aguero is in hot water following an elbowing incident on Sunday By Roland Kesler Monday, August 29th, 2016 15:36 Injury strikes again Sergio Aguero has been ruled out of Argentina’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay and Venezuela with a calf injury. Pasion Monumental journalist Hernan Castillo broke the news, claiming that the Manchester City striker […]

Donald Trump in the Bayou

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

By Arlie Russell Hochschild / TomDispatch Mike loves the waters of Louisiana more than anything in the world. A vote for Hillary Clinton would protect the Clean Water Act and secure the EPA. But there was one thing more important to Mike than clean water: pride in his people.

Green beans: Why Pulses are the Eco-Friendly Option for Feeding – and Saving – the World

Producing enough food without using more land, exacerbating climate change or putting more pressure on water, soil and energy reserves will be challenging. The post Green beans: Why Pulses are the Eco-Friendly Option for Feeding – and Saving – the World appeared first on The Good Men Project.

News update: Watching Disney's Electrical Parade, Dining Deals at Universal

By Robert Niles: Walt Disney World is finally getting around to removing more of its long-closed River Country water park. The resort has begun draining and filling in the old Upstream Plunge pool at the park, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Show More Summary

19 Hilarious Tweets About Online Dating That Will Make You Want To Stay Single Forever

4 days agoHumor : theChive

The world of online dating is a dark, scary place. Whether you’ve delved into the murky waters of Tinder swiping or you tried one of the other many sites like Match.com, you’ve more than likely discovered the truth…It’s a bit of a shit show out there.

Obama expands protected waters off Hawaii, creating world's largest reserve

The presidential proclamation will further protect coral reefs, endangered species.        

How Science Can Learn More About 'Proxima b' And All Earth-Like Worlds

It isn't only Earth; the closest star to our Sun also has at least one rocky planet at the right distance for liquid water on its surface. How can we learn more?

The Old Mill of Vernon in Vernon, France

With its quaint half-timbered facade hovering surprisingly above the waters of the Seine below, the Old Mill of Vernon is at once enchanting and incongruous, inviting curiosity how in the world it got there. Built in the 16th, the mill...Show More Summary

Gigi Hadid Gets Zayn Malik In Hot Water Over Canoe Ride But Don’t Be Too Hard On Poor Zayn

Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid have been traveling the world, in a late summer whirlwind vacation. They met with Malik’s parents in a tropical paradise. Traditionally at least, this marked a more serious level for their relationship. Then they combed the beaches of Tahiti. Show More Summary

Josh Newton's Water Jobs & More - 23 August 2016

A few notes from Josh: First drinks are still on at World Water Week on 31 August 2016 at 20:00. I’m scouting out locations there soon and will let you know as soon as I can. You may have noticed that the total number of jobs that is shown on...

Exercise In Hot Water: Gym Battles Bath For Best Health Practice

The heat is on in the world of exercise mimetics. Exercise what? Exercise mimetics, the odd but essential field focused on how to mimic the physiological effects of physical activity without the physical activity. You might say, an armchair science. Show More Summary

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