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A Is for Apple

“I want to show you our world as it is now: the door, the floor, the water tap and the sink, the garden chair close to the wall beneath the kitchen window, the sun, the water, the trees.” Apples, plastic bags, teeth  In The Guardian, Karl Ove Knausgaard attempts to explain the world to his […] The post A Is for Apple appeared first on The Millions.

The 10 Best Places to Swim in the World

Loudon Wainwright III: For 50 years I've been traveling around the world performing, and along with my guitar I always pack a bathing suit and goggles. From the beginning, a lot of my life has been about me in the water, and it's stayed that way for decades, in pools, ponds, reservoirs, rivers, oceans and bays.... Show More Summary

Kuwait's inferno: how will the world's hottest city survive climate change?

Malls and office complexes continue to spring up in Kuwait City, built by migrants often working illegally in soaring temperatures. But as oil and water reserves dwindle, the energy-guzzling citystate heads for an existential crisis It is 9am and the temperature in Kuwait City is 45C and rising, but already people working outside. Show More Summary

It's a 'once-in-a-lifetime' experience for Rancho Santa Margarita team in reaching Little League World Series

Jonas Novek turned 13 on Thursday. Normally birthdays mean a fishing trip or a visit to the beach. “Anything to do with the water,” his mother Holly says. But this year those plans were canceled because the Rancho Santa Margarita baseball team Jonas plays for qualified for the Little League World...

Meet the sixth graders who built a potable water dispenser

Schools in Latin America and around the world are searching for ways to take student impact beyond the classroom. In Mexico, we wanted to explore how teachers and students are using technology to empower a rising generation of innovative changemakers—and this week, we’re sharing some of the stories we found. Show More Summary

How an open approach to patents could help build a sustainable future

To sustain a population of 9.7 billion people by 2050 the world is going to need innovations that make careful use of the available resources, human and environmental. Key industry sectors such as energy, water, agriculture and transport are already under pressure to move to more sustainable methods of production and consumption. However, there are barriers in the way.

Meet the fifth grader turning water bottles into light bulbs to brighten communities

Schools in Latin America and around the world are searching for ways to take student impact beyond the classroom. In Mexico, we wanted to explore how teachers and students are using technology to empower a rising generation of innovative changemakers—and this week, we’re sharing some of the stories we found. Show More Summary

Empyre: Lords of the Sea Gates sets sail on its Neo-Victorian water world on October 4

Transit problems are the last thing New Yorkers have to worry about in Empyre: Lord of the Sea Gates. The first effort from indie studio Coin Operated Games plunges players into an action role-playing game set in a Neo-Victorian New York that’s flooded. It comes out for PC later this year on October 4. Set […]

Soooo, there’s now a “water bottle designed for Women in Tech”

Women in tech have to contend with a lot of awful bullshit on a day-to-day basis. From creepy guys and their unwanted sexual advances, to rampant bullying and harassment, the world of STEM can be a really hostile place. But one issue doesn’t get talked about enough — the issue of hydration. Show More Summary

5 top tips for getting tailor-made clothes in Hoi An, Vietnam

Still waters, saffron-coloured buildings and streets untouched by the modern world; no trip to Vietnam is complete without a few days in the beautiful town of Hoi An. Nearly as famous as its well-preserved old quarter is a reputation for top-quality tailors. Show More Summary

Strechcordz® The Trusted Name In Performance Training For Open Water

By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam NZ Manufacturing is proud to work with top athletes around the world to provide them with the proper effective tools for their training routines. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Strechcordz® The Trusted Name In Performance Training For Open Water

Bilge Keel Damping from In-field Motion Measurements

Chevron and MARIN worked together on a novel approach to characterize the actual damping for an FSPO in real world conditions. Results show that using damping from model tests means that roll decay in calm water is conservative and that natural…

Case study suggests drought remedy—keep infrastructure fast, cheap, and under control

If you live in the developed world, safe water is usually just a faucet-turn away. And yet, global warming, drought conditions, and population growth in coming decades could change that, ushering in an era of uncertain access to wat...

Newswire: Bruno Mars donates $1 million to aid victims of Flint water crisis

Last night, during a concert in Auburn Hills, Michigan, Bruno Mars took a moment out from his 24K Magic World Tour to tell the audience at the sold-out show that he’ll be donating $1 million to help the victims of the Flint water crisis. Show More Summary

Italians Win 9 Races in Open Water at World Masters Championships

By Braden Keith on SwimSwam 2017 FINA World Masters’ Championships August 7th-20th, 2017 Budapest, Hungary Open water results Live Results (all disciplines) The world’s best... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Italians Win 9 Races in Open Water at World Masters Championships

Bruno Mars announces $1-million donation to victims of Flint water crisis

Bruno Mars is donating $1 million from his sold-out concert in Michigan to aid those impacted by the Flint water crisis. The pop crooner announced to the crowd who packed the Palace of Auburn Hills for his 24K Magic World Tour on Saturday night that he and the show’s promoter, Live Nation, would...

Bruno Mars Donates $1 Million to Flint Water Crisis

Bruno Mars just made a major donation to the Flint water crisis! During his 24K Magic World Tour show in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the 31-year-old entertainer announced that he will be donating $1 million from the night’s concert to provide aid to the victims of the Flint water crisis. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]

Charleston Tea Plantation in Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina

Whether it’s white, green, or black, all tea comes from one plant, Camellia Sinensis. It’s the second most popular beverage in the world (after water, of course). But despite numerous attempts since Andre Michaux, a French botanist,Show More Summary

How U.S. Cities Stack Up On The Sustainable Development Goals

That happens when we apply the UN’s latest metrics to U.S cities? A stark contrast between cities making progress on issues like clean water to equality to hunger and those that are falling behind. When the world came together two years ago to agree on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it created universal metrics for progress going forward. Show More Summary

RE-LIVE – Open Water Day 1: Competition | FINA World Masters Championships 2017 – Budapes

Relive from the 17th World Masters Championships in Budapest: Day 1 of Open Water Swimming – Competition

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