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Gay Water Polo Club, Toronto Triggerfish, Pay Tribute To Baywatch & Tight Speedos

13 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Toronto Triggerfish, “allegedly the largest LGBT water polo club in the world,” drop trou and take a bow — you’ve won the internet today. The Triggerfish unleashed a viral video showing just why they’re also the world’s best and baddest water polo club — LGBT or otherwise — all while paying tribute to seminal Speedo showcase, Baywatch. […]

Reviewers try to destroy Apple Watch in the shower and swimming pool, ultimately fail

As the first wave of Apple Watch deliveries hits doorsteps around the world, some consumers have begun to put Apple's durability claims to the test --?including the Watch's IPX7 water resistance rating -- and found the devices more resilient than previously believed.

The 3 Step No B.S. Guide To Marketing Your Music

Marketing is not the same as it once was. Times are changing in the digital world. Check out this article to figure out how to navigate those uncertain waters. There was once a time where digital marketing was simple. You posted a few pictures on Facebook. You replied to followers...

Vin Diesel Confirms 'Furious 8'

23 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

In the least surprising announcement since a landmark multi-decade scientific study concluded that water was indeed wet, Vin Diesel announced to 4000 theater owners at CinemaCon that: "Furious 8 will be yours to share with the world on April 14,...

The World Will Soon be at War Over Water

The world is at war over water. Goldman Sachs describes it as “the petroleum of the next century”. Disputes over water tend to start small and local – for instance, with the sort of protests that drought-stricken São Paolo has experienced this year. Show More Summary

Five Excellent Reasons You Don’t Need Pappy Van Winkle

A guide to the world of whiskey beyond Pappy Van Winkle by author of Whiskey Distilled: A Populist Guide to the Water of Life, Heather Greene. This article was originally published October 23, 2014. It happens like this: Mid-OctoberShow More Summary

The Passion of Crowe: The Water Diviner Marks Russell Crowe's Directorial Debut

Russell Crowe may be the most misunderstood artist working today. The common perception of the hot-tempered Oscar winner "fightin' 'round the world" continues to unfairly overshadow the actor's impressive body of work (Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind, American Gangster, Robin Hood, Noah, the list goes on). Show More Summary

Rough Company: Inside the World's Biggest Bowfishing Tournament

P hotographs by Matt Nager “Shoot it!” Shanon Lanphar hollers as he spins the boat around, water slapping against the hull. “There it goes! C’mon! Shoot it!” Shanon’s son Briceson grabs his bow and scrambles to the side, scanning the waves. Show More Summary

Parched clay doused with pond water

It smelled like the parched clay doused with pond water in the Siyarams’ backyard. The aroma was entirely different from the memory of rain I carried from my childhood and my part of the world—ozone-charged air, wet moss, Wolfe’s “clean but funky” scent of the south. But it was entirely appealing: warm, organic, mineral-rich. It […]

Antarctic seafloor ocean acidification measured for first time by Australian divers

Scientists have dived under the Antarctic ice to complete the world’s first seafloor ocean acidification experiment in Antarctica – and findings show life in the deep appears to have changed in response to the acidic water. The team from the Australian Antarctic Division Project were looking to study the impact of ocean acidification on marine […]

Movie Review: The Water Diviner is a chintzy historical epic from director-star Russell Crowe

In The Water Diviner, the first fiction feature directed by Russell Crowe, an Australian farmer travels to Turkey in the years following World War I, looking to find out what happened to his three sons at the Battle Of Gallipoli. It’s...Show More Summary

Water Conservation: Some Thoughts for Earth Day

2 days agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Because I completely missed the commemoration of World Water Day back on March 22, 2015, I thought that I would share some thoughts on the conservation of water on Earth Day instead, as I think about — and practice — water conservation...Show More Summary

This Indoor Farm Can Bring Fresh Produce to Food Deserts

The maker of this $1,500 indoor farm says the trick to ending the world's water crisis may be turning all of us into farmers. The post This Indoor Farm Can Bring Fresh Produce to Food Deserts appeared first on WIRED.

A Peek Inside the IKEA Kitchen of the Future: How We'll Be Living in 2025

What will our kitchens be like in ten years? How will food delivery, storage, cooking and waste management change? IKEA has some predictions: they imagine a world of megacities, small-home living, water and energy scarcity and much more expensive food. (On the plus side, your food will easily arrive at your home via drones and self-driven vehicles.) READ MORE »

We're Heading Into 'Completely Uncharted Waters,' Say Scientists in Earth Day Statement

2 days agoNews : Vice News

Seventeen leading scientists present an outline for a successful international climate change agreement, including leaving at least three-quarters of the world's fossil fuel reserves in the ground.

Top 10 ways well-managed forests and SFI make a world of difference

The clean air we breathe and water we drink are only part of the story of sustainable forestry.

Improved Efficiency Can Create 274K Jobs, Save $37 Billion

Few places teach us more about our world than the Florida Everglades, where water, sunlight, land and life mix to create the magnificent diversity in the natural systems we depend on to survive. All of that is threatened by climate change,...Show More Summary

Bill Gates On Future Of Meat Consumption: Moderate And Innovate

Bill Gates knows the world loves meat, and evolutionary pressures make moderation difficult. Still, meat production poses big problems for the environment and water conservation. Gates recently explored the conflict in a blog post called...Show More Summary

Tide of migrants in Mediterranean is the world's problem

A tide of death is surging on the Mediterranean Sea, last year the world's most lethal migrant zone. Those waters swallowed 3,279 lives in 2014, a number we may one day consider small, if current trends continue.

7 things people are talking about right now when it comes to global progress

Forward thinkers in development gathered this week to discuss what’s next and what could be done better. The Skoll World Forum is a type of watering hole for the world’s do-gooders—a coming together of philanthropists, entrepreneurs, investors, artists, and technologists from across the globe.

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