British Airways will use a 747-400 for San Jose flights next year. British Airways will use a 747-400 for San Jose flights next year. Photo: British Airways Photo: British Airways Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 British Airways will use a 747-400 for San Jose flights next year. British Airways will use a 747-400 for San Jose flights next year. Photo: British Airways Routes: San Jose gets B747, Nerdbirds, JetBlue,SuperShuttle, Las Vegas rail, United, Hawaii 1 / 9 Back to Gallery In route news, British Airways is bringing a 747 to San Jose and will test some new technology on SFO flights; American will revive "Nerd Bird" flights between San Jose and Austin; JetBlue plans more Boston … [Read more...] about Routes: San Jose gets B747, Nerdbirds, JetBlue,SuperShuttle, Las Vegas rail, United, Hawaii
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Research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust because of seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys. The vineyard-filled valleys flank the West Napa Fault, which produced the quake that killed one person, injured several hundred and caused more than $500 million in losses. The study recently published in the American Geophysical Union's Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth suggests land between the valleys is stretched each summer as groundwater levels fall beneath the valleys and the ground in the valleys sinks and contracts. Scroll down for video Bricks and debris surround the Alexandria Square building in Napa, California following the earthquake that left 15 to 16 buildings no longer inhabitable after the 6.0 tremor THE NAPA QUAKE The early morning Napa quake on Aug. 24, was the largest to hit the San Francisco Bay Area since the magnitude … [Read more...] about 2014 Napa quake that caused $500m in damages and killed one linked to changes in groundwater that caused Earth’s crust to expand
San Diu women in their traditional clothes. (Photo: vietnam.vnanet.vn) Traditionally, San Diu ethnic women make their own clothes. A piece of traditional clothing often takes several months to complete. Diep Thi Vong from Vinh Phuc province is one of a few San Diu women keeping the tradition of making her own clothes and teaches the younger generation how to weave and embroider. “My grandmother and mother used to make their own clothes. They taught me and even sent me to a weaving class to learn how to make San Diu traditional clothes. A San Diu woman was required to make what she wore on her first day of marriage,” Mrs. Vong said. San Diu women often layer their clothes — a traditional white top inside and an indigo black light jacket outside. Young women secure their jacket with a green or red belt, right side over left while older women do it the other way around. The highlight of the San Diu’s traditional women’s clothes is … [Read more...] about San Diu ethnic people in Vietnam’s northern midlands and mountainous areas
One of the five distributors that get their water from Viwasupco also said that an announcement of the water quality would have to come from authorities later. "We have re-supplied water normally. Whether the water is safe enough or not, Hanoi's Department of Health and scientists will make an announcement," said director Nguyen Huu Toi of the Viwaco Joint Stock Company (Viwaco). The water supply was cut on Tuesday as Viwasupco said it needed to clean its pipes and reservoirs following findings of oil contamination. Water has been resupplied to its over 147,000 customers in the southwestern part of the capital, including the districts of Thanh Xuan, Nam Tu Liem and Cau Giay. However, the administrations of several apartment complexes in Thanh Xuan and Cau Giay Districts have continued to advise their residents against using the water for drinking and cooking. Another Viwasupco distributor, the Ha Dong Water One-Member Limited Liability Company (Hadowa), has also … [Read more...] about 250,000 Hanoi families get tap water again, safety announcement pending
Trapped water found in a South African gold and uranium mine may contain life that's been isolated for two billion years. The pockets of water are hot and salty without any nutrients from the surface. They could be chemically similar to water deposits on Mars. Researchers now believe they have found living things in the old water. A graduate student from Princeton, who conducted the research with colleagues, told Inside Science: 'There is a potential that [the pockets] were isolated over that long time scale. So this would be a unique opportunity to see life, essentially, evolving in a bubble.' Trapped water, found in a South African gold and uranium mine by Princeton researchers, may contain life that's been isolated for two billion years (pictured) Devan Nisson made the comments while presenting the research's preliminary findings at an American Geophysical Union meeting in San Fransisco. The researchers collected samples last year and this year by going down … [Read more...] about Water from South African gold mine could contain life that’s been isolated for two BILLION years, scientists claim
Hours after the Trump administration declared a "major disaster" in California in response to a series of deadly wildfires currently ravaging the state, the president took to Twitter to blame "bad environmental laws" for "magnifying" the crisis. "California wildfires are being magnified & made so much worse by the bad environmental laws which aren’t allowing massive amount of readily available water to be properly utilized," Trump tweeted. The water, he claimed, "is being diverted into the Pacific Ocean." It was not immediately clear where Trump got the idea that California lawmakers are letting the state burn because they want to put water back in the ocean. But given that firefighters haven't actually complained about a lack of water to fight fires, the president's decision to focus on water policy was...perplexing. It was the first time Trump has tweeted about the devastating California wildfires, which have killed at least nine people and destroyed more than 1,000 … [Read more...] about Trump Blamed California’s Catastrophic Wildfires On Water Policy And People Were Like, Huh?