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Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship is ‘the largest in the world

55 minutes agoNews : The Lookout

The ‘world’s largest ship’ comes with a giant water slide, zipline and other cool amenities

Jazz Carlin: Welsh swimmer 11th on open water debut

Jazz Carlin finished in 11th place on her open water debut in China. The 27-year-old finished in 1:38:36.10 at the World Cup event in Chun’An, 01:06.90 behind winner Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil. Carlin won two silver medals in the pool at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. See BBC

Scientists determine source of world's largest mud eruption

On May 29, 2006, mud started erupting from several sites on the Indonesian island of Java. Boiling mud, water, rocks and gas poured from newly-created vents in the ground, burying entire towns and compelling many Indonesians to flee. By September 2006, the largest eruption site reached a peak, and enough mud gushed on the surface to fill 72 Olympic-sized swimming pools daily.

China – Open Water Swim – 2500 Swimmers (FINA Mass OWS Series)

Part of the FINA Mass Open Water Swimming World Series, this event took place in China (Chun’an Qiandaohu) on the 14th October 2017 with 2500 swimmers taking part in 500m, 1000m and 2000m swims.

Optimize your training with custom fitted goggles from THEMAGIC5

By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam For the first time in history, custom fitted goggles have been introduced to the world of swimming by THEMAGIC5, preventing water leakage and discomfort. The company’s goal is to remove all problems...Show More Summary

Chris Hughes Wants To Quench Your Thirst With Water Made From His Bottled Tears

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

An ad for L’Eau De Chris was made for World Mental Health Day on October 10.

Dunn Deal: While a drought was big news, local architect has been seeing the effort of using less water for decades

From season to shining season, golf along California’s Gold Coast is among the best in the world with its year-round mild climate. But, in the future, will golf courses be green, or brown? Our region enjoyed a wet winter, but long-term planning continues to center on technologically updated irrigation, drought resistant plants and designing golf […]

These 23 Secrets From a Former Disney World Employee Will Make Your Jaw Hit the Floor

Is Disney really all it's cracked up to be? Believe it or not, you'll be hard-pressed to find many former or current employees who don't have good things to say - for the most part. Either there's something in the water, or the company truly is great at what it does (we'll go with the latter). Show More Summary

RedState’s Water Cooler – October 15, 2017 – Open Thread – “The Beard”

Today’s entry from the RedState Department of History discusses some of the most famous whiskers in world history. On this date in 1860, a young girl named Grace Bedell entered the national conversation in a most unique way. Bedell was born in 1848. Show More Summary

Star Trek: New Visions – What Pain It Is To Drown

Pulled down to a world made entirely of water! IDW Publishing's Star Trek: New Visions - What Pain It Is To Drown by John Byrne. The post Star Trek: New Visions – What Pain It Is To Drown appeared first on CBR.

Documents Reveal Middle East Regimes Fear Food, Water, Energy Shortages (EXCLUSIVE)

Governments of the Muslim world are not ready to how serious their environmental and resource challenges really are This article was produced in partnership with AlterNet and Insurge Intelligence. Learn more about Nafeez Ahmed and how to support his work. Show More Summary

Swing Away Interview: John O’Hurley Discusses The Love Of Golf and Greece

  It’s a David and Goliath battle—in the golf world. John O’Hurley stars as a villainous American developer who tries to covert a Greek golf course into a shopping center with a water park. He lays it all on the line by playing 18 holes against a ten-year-old girl, who is trained by a suspended […]

Outlook Gloomy for Container Shipping as Rates Continue to Slide

Maersk’s Triple-E giant container ship Maersk Majestic, one of the world’s largest container ships, isseen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port, part of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, in Shanghai " data-medium-file="http://gcaptain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-09-26T094131Z_1925924838_D1BEUDMPLBAA_RTRMADP_3_MAERSK-SHIPPING-300x200.jpg"...Show More Summary

Tracing subglacial water storage

Glaciers are essential to both human and animal health. In fact, 70 percent of the world's population consumes water that has some glacial input. It's important to understand how these icy giants operate, because they impact downstream ecosystems.

Blue Crush Is Being Rebooted, So It's Time to Revisit Its Glorious Lessons

Don't lie: the first time you saw Blue Crush, you were swept into a world of sand and salt water, where anything was possible. You dreamed of living on the beach in Hawaii with your best friends, driving a beat-up Jeep, and spending all day in the ocean - not to mention winning a world-class surfing contest and hooking up with a hot tourist. Show More Summary

Il Bosco della Ragnaia in San Giovanni d'Asso, Italy

A visit to this peaceful Tuscan park makes you feel as if you’ve stumbled upon an ancient garden that was forgotten long ago. Water features, pathways, gardens, moss-covered plaques, and statuary create a fantasy world for the visitor. Show More Summary

4 Tips For Maintaining Friendships When Life Gets Crazy

If there is one thing I've realized since graduating college, it's how difficult the murky waters of your 20s can be to navigate, especially when it comes to maintaining friendships. Once the doors crack open to the "real world," itShow More Summary

The US has quit UNESCO, the UN agency that protects world heritage sites and teaches poor children to read

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

UNESCO is about as good as it gets in the world of UN Specialized Agencies, responsible for designating and protecting world heritage sites, running literacy for the poorest people on Earth, supporting potable water programs, protecting...Show More Summary

Watch a world champion skimboarder launch himself into the stratosphere

Whoa! Ever been skimboarding? It’s the thing you see at the beach when people run along the sand and skim along the shallow water washing up on the beach. You’ve never seen it like this. A post shared by Austin Keen (@austinkeen47) on...Show More Summary

PSG owner faces criminal investigation following corruption claims

In hot water Swiss prosecutors open criminal proceedings against Paris Saint Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi over World Cup media rights. The face of the Paris club was lauded by fans in the summer transfer window following the capture of some world-class players. Neymar Jr joined from Barcelona after his €222million release clause was trigged and questions […]

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