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USA’s ‘Falling Water’ Producers on Avoiding Dream Clichés, the Real-Life Power of Dreams and More [Comic-Con 2016]

16 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

USA Network premiered the pilot episode of their upcoming series Falling Water, from producers Gale Ann Hurd, Blake Masters and the late Henry Bromell, at Comic-Con this year. The show deals with the world of dreams, and select characters who have the power to enter other people’s dreams. Show More Summary

22 Magical Photos Of Kids Enjoying Summer Around The World

Summer is a glorious time for kids. The warmer weather and break from school brings possibilities for outdoor play, sports, fun in the water and more. We’ve rounded up some breathtaking photos of kids enjoying the season around the world, from the U.S. Show More Summary

World's 18 Best Water Parks

Adrenaline knows no language barriers at the world’s best water parks. The limits of physics and gravity are tested on a global scale as water parks around the world race to build the tallest, fastest, and most thrilling attractions....Show More Summary

Why The Parents Of Disney Gator Attack Victim Aren't Suing

The parents of the 2-year-old boy who was attacked and killed by an alligator in the waters along the Seven Seas Lagoon at Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort in June announced they will not sue the company. Matt and Melissa Graves...Show More Summary

Scientists watch water fleas take over new territory

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Look into any nutrient-rich pond almost anywhere in the world and you will find Daphnia pulex, a tiny crustacean (also called a water flea) that is a source of food for fish and fascination for scientists. A new study,...Show More Summary

Modular inflatable electric surfboard jets to 29 mph

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Lampuga, a brand of Hamburg-based Sashay GmbH and the maker of one of the world's fastest electric surfboards, now makes it easier to get out onto the water and motor your way to fast-paced thrills. The Lampuga Air is an inflatable jet-drive surfboard designed to pack small and ride fast. Show More Summary

"World’s smallest" 360-degree camera is hoped to make it big

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The Nico360 is a compact and water resistant 360-degree camera which is being billed as the "world's smallest." The diminutive camera will feature dual lenses front and back, and will also be capable of live streaming your immersive footage. Show More Summary

If you do everything you can to avoid spoilers, you're probably a "thinker"

It's a vexing First World Problem – how to avoid people giving away, on Twitter or at the water cooler, the events of the latest Game of Thrones episode before you've caught it. Psychologists are beginning to study this modern scourge,...Show More Summary

Russia Ready to Buy Heavy Water From Iran

Russia is ready to buy heavy water from Iran to help Tehran meet commitments under comprehensive nuclear agreements with world powers, Alexey Karpov, Russia's deputy permanent envoy to international organizations in Vienna said Tues...

A Homemade Speedboat Has Held the Deadly Water Speed Record Since 1978

Ken Warby and the Spirit of Australia crack the world water speed record in 1978 (Photo: X Swamp/Youtube) Boating can be dangerous. Trying to be the fastest boat ever recorded is insanely dangerous. Getting boats up to speeds in excess...Show More Summary

Deep dive: the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II is an underwater ace

Canon 1Dx Mark II Underwater Camera Review By Backscatter Staff Backscatter Underwater Video & Photo is the largest underwater imaging equipment supplier in the world. They love the water, and they personally dive and shoot with the gear they sell. Show More Summary

Kidney toxins and kidney injury biomarker detected in children

Water supply contamination has become a global issue, affecting communities in both the United States and around the world. Exposure to environmental toxins - such as arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead and other heavy metals - early in life via contaminated water or other sources can have long-term health consequences as children grow. read more

How to Have One Foot in Two Countries (Without Falling in the Water)

By Kevin Xu In a globally competitive world, startups now have to balance working in multiple countries simultaneously to stay ahead of the competition. Doing business in different locations with different cultures can be a challenge,...Show More Summary

WADA Claims of Doping at 2013 Russian Championships ‘Absurd’ – ARAF Ex-Head

Claims of doping by Russia at the 2013 IAAF world athletic championships in Moscow, as well as water sports championships and university games in Kazan are absurd, the former head of the All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF) said Monday.

Why walk the golf course when you can use Bubba Watson’s insane jetpack instead?

Bubba Watson, the fifth-ranked golf player in the world, just can’t seem to get around a golf course like regular pros. Three years ago, he boarded a hovercraft and glided over fairways, bunkers and water hazards. Now he’s ready to fly...Show More Summary

Changing Environmental Values and a Changing World

People value the planet's air, water, creatures, and natural wonders. While pundits do not always understand how the environment works as a political issue, this past Earth Day, Karlyn Bowman of Forbes analyzed the political dynamics of American environmentalism and accurately reported the latent power of America's environmental values. Show More Summary

Worker fired, rehired over tweet about gators at Disney World

Shannon Sullivan was disheartened by the sign she saw posted in the Walt Disney World break room. If guests ask whether alligators are in the water around the Magic Kingdom's Tom Sawyer Island, it told employees, the correct answer is: "Not that we know of, but if we see one, we will call Pest...

Another Australian reef is in big trouble

The effect of warmer waters on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is cause for serious concern and may be an ominous sign of what’s in store for the world’s oceans as global temperatures rise. But running along Australia’s southern coast is a lesser-known wonder: the Great Southern Reef. Show More Summary

Compassionate Dog Tries To Bring Fish Out Of Water Back To Life

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