In Genesis chapter 8, we read that when the dove returned to Noah with an olive leaf in its mouth, Noah knew that the waters had receded, and that the world had been saved from destruction. This change in climate represented a movement...Show More Summary
Work. Count your blessings. Pray. Break tasks into small portions. Seek help. Delay the unessential. Reduce your appointments. Focus on little pleasures. Sleep. Shine your shoes. Drink more water. Take a walk. Take a bath. Ride a bicycle. Show More Summary
Worldwide. The World Resources Institute reports that “many places with water scarcity are using too much of their resources on fracking,” including Algeria, China, Egypt, India, Libya, Mexico, Pakistan, South Africa and the USA. Strong...Show More Summary
By Trading Champ: The conservation and protection of global water supplies is one of the most important issues around the world. PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP) is a leading global beverages and food company that heavily depends on water-intensive agricultural activities. Show More Summary
The deepest pool in the world is called Y40 and is located inside the Hotel Terme Millepini, in Italy. It contains 4300 cubic metres of thermal water at a temperature of between 32C-34C and it’s impressively deep at 40m. The pool is conceived for training apnea and scuba diving. More »
Unique laboratory experiment shows rapid evolutionary adaptation to ocean acidification and warming. The single most important calcifying algae of the world’s oceans is able to simultaneously adapt to rising water temperatures and ocean acidification through evolution. Show More Summary
On September 12th, the World Resources Institute held an event to unveil their new report on the fresh water impacts of shale gas development. The Wold Resources Institute report examines the availability of freshwater across shale plays globally. read more
Scientists at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa dissected an enormous squid — and broadcast the entire process live online The colossal squid, a species native to waters near Antarctica, is one of the largest squids on Earth,...Show More Summary
Jerry Neuheisel has bright blond hair, bright enough that it looks as if he plays water polo. He jokes that to be recognized as a football player, he had to wear a “UCLA Football” sweatshirt.
The river was cold, fast, and had a wavering log and three rocks as a bridge. Water sprinted past me, down the mountainside, stalling my exit from a village in Himalayan India where I was studying impacts of global climate change. Two girls from the village had been swept over the mountain edge the previous week by the river's rushing water. Show More Summary
B oston-based Oasys Water aims to build a global company by using novel technology to turn some of the world's most toxic waters into clean, valuable resources. Tapping into a $10 billion market opportunity, the venture-backed startup...Show More Summary
You need drinking water no matter where you go, but not all parts of the world can always guarantee clean, safe tap water. This handy guide shows you where drinking from the tap is okay, and where you're better off doing further research on the subject. Read more...
In this excellent preview, viewers are ushered into Gotham?s world in the most immersive way possible, at least through a video clip. It helps if you splash water on your face while you?re watching. Trust me. I'm Batman. Click To Continue Reading
The single most important calcifying algae of the world's oceans is able to simultaneously adapt to rising water temperatures and ocean acidification through evolution. A unique long-term experiment with the species Emiliania huxleyi shows that the evolutionary potential of the algae is much greater than previously thought. Show More Summary
In a world of limited generosity, who is to say which cause should be at the head of the queue? Last week I finally succumbed to social pressure and invited some colleagues at the BBC to film me having a bucket of iced water tipped over my head. As surely nobody needs telling by now, […]
In episode 15 of 'It's A Mad World' Madars and friends are in Thailand for Songkran, a three day water fight to celebrate the new year. The post Madars Apse’s ‘It’s a Mad World’ episode 15 appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
Following the stunning revelation that water is wet, we learned today that Lindsay Lohan is an attention-starved liar who genuinely believes she's been victimized by the world. Lindsay Lohan Partying Photos 1. Lindsay Lohan: Cocaine Nose? Some Instagram users have suggested that Lindsay has visible cocaine in her nostril here. Show More Summary
Here’s your motivation: your a giant, thousand plus manned metallic behemoth that somehow, potentially defying the very laws of physics, manages to float on water. Guns of unimaginable power swivels around your deck with the smoothness of a pig in slop. Other similarly designed vessels are cutting through the water simultaneously launching planes bent on [&hellip
Over at Vox, a virtual water cooler for the world's most pressing problems, Matt Yglesias tells us that Darden is fighting back against charges that it has mismanaged Olive Garden. But he's unimpressed with their PowerPoint deck: The entire Darden counter-presentation has nothing to say about salting the water. Show More Summary
CNBC's Ted Kemp takes an in-depth look at modern piracy on the world's most pirated waters: the Singapore Strait and Strait of Malacca. The post CNBC: The World’s Most Pirated Waters appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore Ne...