Everything You Need to Know to Take Your Kids Stargazing

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Everything You Need to Know to Take Your Kids Stargazing
Last fall, my husband and I decided to take our toddler camping in a remote part of Utah—far from the nearest town, far from the crowded national parks, far from anything, really. Campfires were banned because of drought, and I was bummed that we wouldn’t get to do the whole s’mores and roasted hotd...

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Cycling Maui’s Roads Is Kai Lenny’s Recovery Method

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Cycling Maui's Roads Is Kai Lenny's Recovery Method
Pinarello’s film, A Speck of Dust, features big-wave surfer Kai Lenny who takes to land via two wheels when he is training for his life on the water. With Maui’s six microclimates, the island provides endless ride options and inspiration for Lenny when he is on the bike. The post Cycling...

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Employee dies in mine-related incident at Harmony’s Tshepong South

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www.miningweekly.com/article/e… An employee died in a mine-related incident at Harmony Gold’s Tshepong South mine, in the Free State, on July 15. “The safety of our employees is a major focus at all our operations and every effort is being made to embed a proactive safety culture to en...

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63% of UK energy leaders concerned about major safety incidents

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www.offshore-technology.com/news/63-o… Dräger Marine and Offshore, marine and offshore services in the field of rescue and safety equipment, believes that the UK renewable energy and carbon capture sectors need to do more in order to avert safety incidents. The call comes after independent ...

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Transair critics describe poor safety culture as FAA suspends 737 operations

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www.kitv.com/story/443… The Federal Aviation Administration today grounded Boeing 737 flights run by local cargo airline Transair. It’s been investigating maintenance and safety issues with the carrier since the fall. The FAA says the suspension is not related to the crash of Transair...

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The Unsuccessful Intersection of Dogs and Technology

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The Unsuccessful Intersection of Dogs and Technology

I can use all the help I can get trying to manage my three big, willful dogs at home and in the outdoors. So I understand the desire to apply the same tech solutions that have made work and home more convenient, more connected, and safer to dog ownership. I’ve tried connected dog trackers with great...

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The Hardrock 100 Just Changed Its Controversial Lottery System

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The Hardrock 100 Just Changed Its Controversial Lottery System
This morning, for the first time in three years, 146 runners lined up at the Hardrock 100 start line in downtown Silverton. The famous trail ultra—often referred to as one of the hardest in the world—had been on a forced hiatus, first due to avalanche debris and then due to COVID.  But the bigger ne...

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Can Kelp Be Trendy? Farmers Are Betting on It

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Can Kelp Be Trendy? Farmers Are Betting on It
You may not often encounter “burgeoning” and “kelp” in the same sentence, but the seaweed is truly having a moment. With its high levels of B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, iodine, and more, kelp has developed a reputation among nutritionists—but it’s more than good for the body. Growing kelp soaks...

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Body formed to hear complaints against food authority in Pakistan

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www.thenews.com.pk/print/864… Practical steps are being taken to promote food safety culture in Sindh, the provincial food minister has said. Hari Ram Kishori Lal is also the chairman of the Sindh Food Authority (SFA). During the SFA’s seventh board meeting he chaired on Thursday, it was de...

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