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    Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano is likely going to reach a major highway in the state unimpeded, as it moves within 2.5 miles of traffic on Sunday.  Many people on the Big Island in Hawaii are bracing for major upheaval if lava from Mauna Loa slides across a key road and blocks the quickest route connecting two sides of the island. The molten rock could make the road impassable and force drivers to find alternate coastal routes in the north and south. That could add hours to commute times, doctor's visits and lorry deliveries. There are severable variables that will likely prevent officials from trying to stop the flow.  The problem, according to the US Geological Survey, is that lava is unpredictable and it's entirely possible it misses the Daniel K. Inouye Highway entirely.  Paul Segall, a professor of geophysics at Stanford University who researches earthquakes and volcanoes, told CNN that countries have tried in the past to redirect their flows, their efforts have mostly been expensive failures. Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano is likely going to reach a major highway in...
    They might not be written in stone but everyone knows there are certain things that are 'expected' of them when it comes to sex – particularly if you're a woman. Ideally, you should wait for sex if you want to be taken seriously. You should aim to date a man older than you or around your own age. Married men are off limits and married bosses even more so. The perils of not conforming to society's expectations is swift, harsh judgement by those close to you. Having the tick of approval from family and friends is important: it's one of the main predictors of relationship success. But stepping outside the square doesn't always end in disaster: it can make for a better relationship. I spoke to three women who dared NOT to do the norm…and don't regret it for an instant. Tracey Cox spoke to three women who've ignored society's expectations when dating and have no regrets about what followed (file image)  We had sex within one hour of meeting *Lara is 46 and has been happily married for...
    AN earthquake hit parts of Ohio and Kentucky within the same hour after tornados resulted in the deaths of at least 80 people. The magnitude 3.0 earthquake was a mile east of Manchester, Ohio and hit a depth of 7.3 miles, according to the US Geological Survey. 4An earthquake has hit parts of Ohio and Kentucky right as a tornado ripped through the state, killing at least 80 people 4Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says the death toll could exceed 100Credit: Reuters Residents in northern Kentucky say they could feel the quake. So far, there haven’t been any immediate reports of damage. Just a few days ago, tornados ripped through western Kentucky, killing at least 80 people according to Governor Andy Beshear. Among the deaths, two of them are children: a 3-year-old from Graves County and a 5-year-old from Muhlenberg County said the governor. The death toll is expected to exceed 100. Search efforts continue as Beshear said, the state is hoping for a miracle. “A lot of this is going through the blocks and the rubble—if you can reach it—and...
    China is building a 12,000mph hypersonic plane that will be able to take 10 passengers to anywhere in the world within an hour.  The 148ft (45 metre) long plane is nearly a third larger than a Boeing 737 and features delta wings similar to Concorde, but with the tips pointed up. Officials aim to have a fleet of the aircrafts by the end of 2035 and expand the planes to carry 100 passengers by 2045 — although their purpose has not yet been made clear. The plane will be able to faster than five times the speed of sound thanks to its complex design. China is building a 12,000mph hypersonic plane (prototype pictured) that will be able to take 10 passengers to anywhere in the world within an hour RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Beijing vows to FIRE ON any US troops sent 'to rescue... Has Covid now leaked from a top-security lab in Taiwan?... Share this article Share Its prototype was revealed in a study by Chinese space scientists involved in the...
    NASA's Parker Solar Probe has set two new records during its tenth flyby of the sun. During the close approach, the probe came within 5.3 million miles (8.5 million kilometres) of the solar surface – the closest it has ever been. The flyby was also a record for speed, with the probe moving at 364,660 miles/hour (586,864 kilometres/hour). For comparison, that would get the probe from Earth to the Moon in under an hour – a journey that would usually take around three days! During this passing, the probe also detected higher than expected amounts of dust near the Sun, according to Nour Raouafi, Parker Solar Probe project scientist at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. 'What's exciting about this is it's greatly improving our understanding of the innermost regions of our heliosphere, giving us insight into an environment that, until now, was a total mystery,' he explained. While the Parker Solar Probe doesn't carry a dust detector, as dust grains hit the spacecraft, clouds of plasma are created. These clouds produce unique electrical charges that are...
    London was hit by an inch of rain in an hour as floodwaters engulfed travel – with the humid weather to come. The flash floods wreaked havoc on several metro routes and submerged the capital’s roads as drains quickly overflowed. Parts of Knights Bridge have been submerged due to flash floodsCredit: Twitter / ProJames_Music Cars and buses struggled to cross the floodwatersCredit: Twitter / GregMcTweets According to the DFL website, both the Circle and District lines have been partially suspended due to a signal failure caused by flooding on Cluster Road. Transport to London means that tickets will be accepted on London buses. The metro line has also been experiencing minor delays due to flooding near Algate. The London Over Ground has been partially closed due to flooding in the Imperial Wharf area, with no service between the Welleston Junction and the Clapham Junction. The southern train was affected by the flood, warning that the journey would be delayed by about half an hour. They tweet: “The Imperial Wharf floods have blocked all lines through Shepherds Bush. “There is no...
    A California woman found a 4.38-carat yellow diamond, the biggest found at the park this year, within an hour of searching during a spontaneous stop at an Arkansas state park. Noreen Wredberg of Granite Bay, California, was on a trip to visit Hot Springs National Park when she noticed how close she was to Crater of Diamonds State Park - a bucket list item.  'I first saw the park featured on a TV show several years ago,' she said in an interview. 'When I realized we weren't too far away, I knew we had to come.'  Noreen Wredberg, of Granite Bay, California, found a rare 4.38-carat yellow diamond in the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas  Her diamond, which appears to fall into the light fancy to fancy category with its 'lemonade' color could be worth around $15,330, if not more. A single carat of light yellow goes for around $3,500  She and her husband, Michael, started in a shady part before moving to the center of the field for warmth - his suggestion.  Roughly 40 minutes later, she spotted...
    Today, Monday, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu handed over his duties to his successor Naphtali Bennett, which lasted only half an hour at a meeting. No statement was issued by the Israeli prime minister until the news was made, and no pictures of the meeting were released. “The joint session between Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett and former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ended at the Prime Minister’s Office,” the Israel Broadcasting Corporation said. The meeting lasted only half an hour, during which Netanyahu explained to Bennett the key points to be addressed, and no statement was made about the meeting and no pictures were released. The Israeli media had previously stated that “Netanyahu will not take part in any symbolic or ceremonial ceremony to hand over power today because he does not want to give Bennett legitimacy.” Yesterday evening, after the Israeli government won the confidence of 60 members of the Senate, 59 opposed and one voted. This morning, members of the new government posed for a commemorative photo with Israeli President Rouen Rivlin. In his first speech as leader...
    The D.C. Memo is a weekly recap of Washington political news, journalism, and opinion, delivered with an eye toward what matters for Minnesota. Sign up to get it in your inbox every Thursday. Welcome to this week’s edition of the D.C. Memo. This week from Washington, the COVID-19 relief effort stalls, what Trump’s new executive order means for mining in Minnesota and what’s up with Minnesota’s political “power couple”? Let’s get on with this. Stimulus negotiations are over Negotiations for a new stimulus package seemed to be moving forward for weeks. Not long ago, President Donald Trump’s lead negotiator, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, said there would be a $1,200 check included in any stimulus package.  But on Tuesday, President Trump said negotiations for any future stimulus are over. Article continues after advertisement “I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill that focuses on hardworking Americans and Small Business,” he tweeted.  Rep. Angie Craig told me that the end of negotiations caught her and...
    A 22-year-old man was hurt in a Bronx shooting early Monday — one of only two people shot in a 24-hour period across the city, cops said. The victim was shot once in the right leg on East 241st Street and Barnes Avenue in Wakefield around 2:50 a.m., cops said. He was taken to NYC health + Hospitals/Jacobi Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. On Sunday, only one person was shot, according to preliminary figures released by the NYPD. That victim, a 30-year-old man, was blasted once in the left leg around 5:30 a.m. in front of 85 Tompkins Avenue, on the grounds of the Tompkins Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant, cops said. Police described the victim as uncooperative, saying he refused to provide any information about what happened. He was taken to Bellevue Medical Center in stable condition. Four shell casings were recovered at the scene. Gunplay, however, raged in the city on Saturday — a continuation of the recent surge in shootings across the five boroughs. Seven people were shot in five separate incidents, compared to three people in three incidents...
    A 22-year-old man was hurt in a Bronx shooting early Monday — one of only two people shot in a 24-hour period across the city, cops said. The victim was shot once in the right leg on East 241st Street and Barnes Avenue in Wakefield around 2:50 a.m., cops said. He was taken to NYC health + Hospitals/Jacobi Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. On Sunday, only one person was shot, according to preliminary figures released by the NYPD. That victim, a 30-year-old man, was blasted once in the left leg around 5:30 a.m. in front of 85 Tompkins Avenue, on the grounds of the Tompkins Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant, cops said. Police described the victim as uncooperative, saying he refused to provide any information about what happened. He was taken to Bellevue Medical Center in stable condition. Four shell casings were recovered at the scene. Gunplay, however, raged in the city on Saturday — a continuation of the recent surge in shootings across the five boroughs. Seven people were shot in five separate incidents, compared to three people in three incidents...
    Earlier this month, the National Weather Service made it clear that this was going to be an “extremely active” hurricane season, with a projected 19-25 hurricanes. The average season only brings a dozen, meaning that 2020 could easily be—on top of everything else—among the biggest hurricane seasons on record. But even for an extremely active season, the possible event that could hit the north Gulf Coast next week seems extraordinary. Because if predictions hold true, one hurricane could slam into the coast on Tuesday, and a second could hit only a few hundred miles east and less than a day later. If current predictions hold true, neither storm will be a major hurricane—but then neither was Hurricane Isaias, which, despite the wide swath of damage, was never more than a Category 1 storm. Now two such storms could punch into the Gulf in the space of a few hours, and what that means is anyone’s guess. Right now, Tropical Storm Lara is churning along east of Dominica and Martinique with top winds at 45 miles per hour. It seems improbable given its current location,...
    Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) is perhaps the principle dangerous man on AMC’s NOS4A2, however there’s loads of room on the earth of the present for different, terrible folks. Take, for instance, Jonathan “The Hourglass Man” Beckett (Paul Schneider), who has been teased the previous few episodes however got here to the forefront in tonight’s appropriately named “The Hourglass”. Within the hour, Maggie (Jahkara Smith) decides to take issues into her personal palms after her buddy Vic McQueen’s (Ashleigh Cummings) disastrous run in with the dastardly duo of Manx and Beckett final episode. After monitoring him right down to his lodge, she proceeds to taunt, tease and play along with her prey, in the end discovering his magical hourglass that permits him to regulate folks, in addition to a key to avoiding the seizures that plague her every time she makes use of her personal magical Scrabble tiles. By episode’s finish, not solely has Beckett found he received’t reside eternally — like Manx — he’s mendacity on the ground of his lodge room, stabbed within the stomach, his hourglass smashed. Schneider,...
    Warning: This story comprises spoilers from The Problem: Complete Insanity finale. When T.J. Lavin mentioned that season 35 of The Problem was Complete Insanity, the finale was what he was referring to. The group needed to trek 12 miles by way of the snow and up a number of mountains throughout the Wednesday, July 15, however Johnny “Bananas” Devenanzio pulled it off, solidifying his first win since 2016. “I really feel like if something, I’ve simply confirmed to myself and everybody else on the market that I nonetheless have precisely what it takes to compete at an extremely excessive stage,” the First Look host, 38, solely mentioned on the most recent episode of the “Watch With Us” podcast. “I don’t see how, from right here on out, anyone ever lets me even make it to a closing once more, however I’m OK with that.”Johnny Bananas on “The Problem.” MTVThrough the interview, Bananas detailed the “brutal” finale, revealing simply how troublesome it was — regardless of rising up snowboarding and loving the snow. First, the group was taken out of...
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