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Wave Rock in Hyden, Australia

45 minutes agoLifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

You might not be able to surf on it, but Australia's lovely Wave Rock is one of the most stunning swells in the world. Made out of millennia of layers of stone, this natural formation looks as though it is actually petrified water. At...Show More Summary

Meet the John Waters Fans Planning Baltimore’s Outrageous Divine Monument

Beyond “Crab Cake Capital of the World,” one of Baltimore’s best-known nicknames is “The Monument City.” One of the city’s most notable features is its wealth of behemoth effigies, with General Pulaski kicking it in the same city asShow More Summary

World’s first solar-powered hydrogen development takes homes 100% off-grid

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfsfFtdgGJI The 100% self-sustaining Phi Suea House development comprises a variety of buildings, from a workshop to guesthouses, but only five of the buildings and two water features—a large fishpond waterfall and a 400-square-meter swimming pool with a well pump—require electricity. Show More Summary

Inland fisheries determined to surface as food powerhouse

No longer satisfied to be washed out by epic seas and vast oceans, the world's lakes, rivers, streams, canals, reservoirs and other land-locked waters continue a push to be recognized - and properly managed - as a global food security...Show More Summary

The Tokyo of 2045 will brave climate change, feature a mile-high tower

The future is bleak when it comes to the condition of the cities of the world, thanks to the historic abuse we have put nature through. With rising water levels, climate change seems to be the biggest threat to the cities of the world, which contain a large portion of the world population. Show More Summary

Colgate’s Water Saving Super Bowl Ad Dollars Could Provide 4.2 Million Gallons Of H20

Colgate's Super Bowl 50 ad encouraged viewers to turn off the faucet when they brush their teeth because "every drop counts." The spot highlighted the struggles of people around the world who don't have ready access to running water,...Show More Summary

Cisco Finds Global Mobile Users Growing 2X Faster Than Global Population

More people will have mobile phones (5.4B) than electricity (5.3B), running water (3.5B) and cars (2.8B) by 2020. By 2020, over 75% of the world’s mobile data traffic will be video, making this category the highest growth rate of any mobile application. By 2020, 4G connections will account for 72% of total [...]

The Secret Behind the World’s Best Skipping Stone

Scientists at Utah State University, who apparently take their play time very seriously, acquired a popular Water Bouncing Ball toy and did a bit of research. Using high-speed cameras, they compared spheres of different material bouncing across tanks of water. Show More Summary

Save Diablo Canyon so it can continue to supply massive quantities of clean power

California has one of the most confusing energy policies in the country. Though it loudly proclaims itself as an environmental leader, with some of the most strict air and water pollution regulations in the world, it has a state law that prevents consideration of new nuclear power plants. Show More Summary

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The Most Important Water Stories of 2015

By Peter Gleick, Brett Walton, J. Carl Ganter Water was a Top Risk on the 2015 Global Agenda In early 2015, participants at the World Economic Forum, a who's who of the political and business elite, ranked water crises as the top global risk. Show More Summary

Hydrologic Ceramic Water Filter Removes 99.99% Of Harmful Bacteria

Safe drinking water is, for the most part, taken for granted here in the U.S. But for many parts of the world, assuming water supplies are safe simply isn’t the case.

Scripps-led team discovers 4 new deep-sea worm species

A pink flatworm-like animal known by a single species found in waters off Sweden has puzzled biologists for nearly six decades. New discoveries half a world away by a team of scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCShow More Summary

The Age Of Plastic — Study Examines The Ubiquity Of Plastic Pollution/Debris In The Modern World

Plastics are everywhere. It’s gotten to the point where pretty much anywhere you go, anything you do, you’re life is notably influenced by plastic — micro plastic is in the soil you’re standing on, the water you drink, and the food you eat. Show More Summary

Pumpkart.com Launches First O2O Hybrid Store in Chandigarh, Plans To Open 100 Stores Within Next Four Years

Chandigarh-based Pumpkart, which claims to be the world’s first of its kind online water pump store, launched its first O2O(Online to Offline)

World Leaders Should Learn From Michigan Water Crisis - US Advocacy Group

World leaders should learn from the ongoing water crisis in the US state of Michigan to prevent similar developments from happening in their nations, advocacy group Detroit Water Brigade chief coordinator Beulah Walker told Sputnik.

If the population of the entire world lived in one city, how large would that city be?

It depends upon the density of that city, but here's a graphic depiction:That's just about fitting everyone in a space, not supplying them with water, food, and everything else they'd need. I ran across that graphic as the result ofShow More Summary

Ensuring a Future for American Seafood and Fishermen

America's commercial fishermen provide the public with some of the world's best seafood: Alaska salmon and halibut, Maine lobster, Gulf red snapper, New England cod - names that make your mouth water. These are the fishermen who support...Show More Summary

Severe drought no longer caused just by nature

Scientists at the University of Birmingham are calling on drought researchers and managers around the world to consider both human activity and natural phenomena in their battle to preserve increasingly scarce global water supplies. The...Show More Summary

The Icon A5 Sport Plane Carves a New Niche in the World of Flying

Icon Aircraft’s amphibious A5 takes pilots and passengers for a joyride. It was a typically sunny October morning in the Southern California city of Hermosa Beach when a tiny airplane made a water landing just off the coast. The spectacle—presumed...Show More Summary

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