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Strawberry Tres Leche cake

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NOAA predicts active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season

NOAA Article:

NOAA predicts active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season

Era of high activity for Atlantic hurricanes continues

May 23, 2013

Hurricane Sandy as seen from NOAA's GOES-13

Hurricane Sandy as seen from NOAA's GOES-13 satellite on October 28, 2012.

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In its 2013 Atlantic hurricane season outlook issued today, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting an active or extremely active season this year.

For the six-month hurricane season, which begins June 1, NOAA’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook...  Read More

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Voyager: Outward bound

  • By Alexandra Witze



    Ed Stone has spent 36 years guiding the twin Voyager spacecraft through the Solar System. Next stop, interstellar space.

    The 44 notebooks lined up neatly in Ed Stone's office span just half a metre of shelf space. But inside these journals, in meticulous black printing, Stone has chronicled the longest journey that humans have ever launched.

    Since they left Earth in 1977, the twin Voyager spacecraft have conducted pioneering explorations of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, revealing these gas giants and their moons to be far more active than scientists had expected. Now the two probes are cruising towards the edge of the Solar System — a boundary that has yet to be crossed by any emissary from Earth.

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Is It Time For A Private Space Race?


Antares liftoff. Image: Orbital Sciences

With the NASA on Russia for rides to the International Space Station (ISS) at $70.7m a seatuntil 2017 at the earliest, advocates of space exploration are increasingly looking to the private sector for their jetpack, moonwalk, rocket-powered future.

NASA’s designs for the Space Launch System and the Orion capsule could play an important part in future space exploration but they have yet to take flight. Meanwhile for-profit companies are busy launching, designing and, yes, dreaming about humanity’s future in space.
 

Going ballistic


Richard Branson’s VirginGalactic is currently testing its SpaceShipTwo suborbital vehicle that may make its first commercial flight from Abu Dhabi on Christmas Day this year. Celebrities who have bought $200,000+ tickets to for...  Read More

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Remembering the Real Reasons for Memorial Day



Thank you to our fallen Heroes/Heroines and their Loved Ones.

You paid the ultimate sacrifice for our Freedom.

May you rest in peace.

May we continue to honor you and your great efforts on our behalf.

God Bless you and the USA!

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Ethiopian Marathon Runner Honors Boston Victims

 

 

 

 

The winner of the men's race at the Boston Marathon says he is returning his winner's medal to honor the city and those killed and injured in the terrorist bombings near the finish line of one of the world's top running events.

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Lelisa Desisa says sport should be a pleasure and never a battlefield. He made the announcement Sunday at a ceremony with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Kerry also honored the woman's runner-up and the men's third place finisher. All three athletes are from Ethiopia.

The April 15 explosions killed three people and injured more than 260 others.

Kerry is in Ethiopia to mark the 50th anniversary of the African Union. (story here)


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4 Best Stargazing Sights and How to See Them

By Joe Rao | SPACE.com

Of all the great and wondrous things that we can view in our sky, in my opinion the top four are (in descending order of merit) a total eclipse of the sun, a beautiful manifestation of the northern lights, a real "shower" of shooting stars and a great comet with a long tail. 

With any luck (and some good weather), all four of theseskywatching sights may be readily available to us in the near future. Here is a list of the Top 4 and when we might expect to see them:


A total eclipse of the sun

It lasts only a few minutes. It occurs on average just once every 18 months, and then has a perverse habit of taking place over Earth’s most remote, inhospitable places. Yet people will travel to the ends of the Earth, sparing no expense or trouble, to see it. [...  Read More

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The Haunting Beauty of Abandoned Relics

  

For On the Road, the Yahoo! team is hitting the highways to bring you some of the world's best entertainment to your town -- check here for details on upcoming concerts by The Lumineers, fun. and more.  And in consideration of the roads less traveled, we were inspired to dig up some unusual sights that exist off the beaten path.

Photographer Dietmar Eckell has traveled the globe shooting amazing abandoned scenes, chronicling abandoned homes, plane crashes and stranded ships. View more of his photography at dietmareckell.com. ...more

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2013's Youngest Power Women



2013's Youngest Power Women

These 15 leading ladies are ranked among the world's most powerful women -- and they all did it under the age of 45. ...more


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Witnesses describe deadly Oklahoma tornado: ‘All you could hear were screams’


Two men stand in front of Plaza Towers Elementary after a tornado destroyed the school on Monday. (Bryan Terry/AP/The …

[Updated at 8:30 a.m. CT]

MOORE, Okla. – The hell he saw was harrowing, but it’s the sounds at Plaza Towers Elementary that Stuart Earnest Jr. says will haunt him forever.

“All you could hear were screams,” Earnest said. “The people screaming for help. And the people trying to help were also screaming.”

Plaza Towers, a pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade school, took a direct hit when a titanic tornado chewed a deadly and destructive 20-mile path through Newcastle, Moore and parts of southern Oklahoma City for 40 minutes Monday afternoon.

State officials have adjusted the number of casualties a few times since the tragedy. Tuesday morning,...  Read More

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