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REVIEW: Popeyes Cajun Flounder Fish Sandwich

At a quick glance, the Popeyes Cajun Flounder Sandwich looks like a Popeyes Chicken Sandwich. But a closer inspection shows the breading doesn’t look as jaw-rattling as the coating on the popular poultry sandwich. Within that not-as-crunchy-looking breading, which the chain calls a crispy southern coating, is the new flounder fish fillet that’s seasoned in a blend of mild and spicy Cajun seasoning. The rest of the ingredients include crisp barrel cured pickles and tartar sauce on a warm and to...
Tags: Reviews, Shopping, Fast Food, Pacific Ocean, Jessica Simpson, Wendy, Popeyes, Popeyes Chicken Sandwich


Half a trillion corals: world-first coral count prompts rethink of extinction risks

For the first time, scientists have assessed how many corals there are in the Pacific Ocean--half a trillion--and evaluated their risk of extinction at the same time.
Tags: Science, Pacific Ocean


Biden is on the verge of making the same dangerous mistakes as the presidents before him

President Joe Biden during his inauguration at the US Capitol, January 20, 2021. Patrick Semansky/Pool via AP President Joe Biden enters office amid simmering tensions with US foes all over the world. The costs of pursuing US global preeminence have been made clear, and it's time for US leaders to take a different path. Frank Giustra is co-chair of the International Crisis Group. Andrew Bacevich is president and cofounder of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. Visit the Busine...
Tags: Politics, Opinion, Washington, White House, China, Iraq, US, America, Trends, Joe Biden, US foreign policy, Iran, Ap, United States, Ronald Reagan, Libya


11,000 baby abalone will be planted off at a secret spot off the Southern California coast

These sea creatures are on quite the California adventure. The baby abalone started their lives in the UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab in Northern California. This week they boarded a private plane for a trip south, where they’ll vacation in labs and aquariums, eating buffets of kelp and hanging out to grow just a bit more. Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific is getting a fresh batch of white abalone, delivered via airplane by volunteers bringing them from northern Cal. Heather Burdick of The Bay...
Tags: Asia, News, California, Environment, Sport, Soccer, South Africa, San Diego, Long Beach, Noaa, Monterey, Local News, Orange County, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Beaches


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Bandon, Oregon

Photo submitted by Deb Pietrzak, “I ride on the beaches and along the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Bandon, Oregon. I am 68 and have clocked 1200 miles in 4 months.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Bandon, Oregon appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Pacific Ocean, Pic of the Day, Bandon Oregon, Deb Pietrzak


Man survives 14 hours in Pacific Ocean 'clinging to sea rubbish'

Vidam Perevertilov's decision to swim towards a "black dot" - a fishing buoy - saved his life.
Tags: News, Pacific Ocean, Vidam Perevertilov


REVIEW: McDonald’s Crispy Chicken Sandwich (2021)

If you’ve been living under a rock for the past two years, there’s been a fast food crispy chicken sandwich war going on, thanks to Popeyes launching a chicken sandwich that was so popular, it sold out. Since then, the number of restaurant chains that have attempted to replicate that deep-fried success goes beyond the eleven fingers on my hands. The latest to enter the war is a little fast food chain called McDonald’s. The Golden Arches is offering three versions of its new Crispy Chicken Sand...
Tags: Reviews, Shopping, Fast Food, Mcdonald's, Pacific Ocean, McDonald, Crispy Chicken Sandwich, McDonald 's Crispy Chicken


Sailor survives for 14 hours in Pacific Ocean by clinging to abandoned buoy

Vidam Perevertilov, a supply ship engineer, fell overboard between New Zealand and the isolated British territory of Pitcairn
Tags: New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Vidam Perevertilov


Man survives 14 hours in Pacific Ocean 'clinging to sea rubbish'

Vidam Perevertilov's decision to swim towards a "black dot" - a life buoy - saved his life.
Tags: News, Pacific Ocean, Vidam Perevertilov


Sailor survives for 14 hours in Pacific Ocean by clinging to abandoned buoy

Vidam Perevertilov, a supply ship engineer, fell overboard between New Zealand and the isolated British territory of PitcairnA sailor who fell overboard from a supply ship in the Pacific Ocean at 4am spent more than 14 hours clinging to an old fishing buoy before being rescued.Alone in the middle of the ocean, and without a lifejacket, at dawn he chose to swim towards a black speck on the horizon, a decision that would ultimately save his life. Continue reading...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Pacific Islands, Vidam Perevertilov


Silversea Cruises: Galápagos Islands

? Silversea Cruises: Galápagos Islands Silversea Cruises is reinventing visiting the Galápagos Islands with its new expedition ship, the Silversea Origin. The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. A province of Ecuador, the islands’ group lies just 975 kilometers (600 miles) off its coast and is considered one of the world’s principal destinations for wildlife viewing. The Galápagos’ isolated terrain shelters a diversity of plant and animal species unique to th...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Blog, Charles Darwin, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean, Galapagos Islands, Carol, Galapagos, Silversea, Santa Cruz, San Cristobal, Silversea Cruises, Baltra, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, Tagus Cove


An expert explains what would've happened if United flight 328 experienced its scary engine failure over the ocean

A United Airlines Boeing 777. Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/Getty Images United Airlines flight 328 landed safely after experiencing an engine failure over Denver over the weekend. Even if the engine failure had occurred over water while en route to Hawaii, the aircraft likely could have landed safely.  Wide-body aircraft like the Boeing 777 are rated to fly for more than five hours on a single engine. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A United Airlines flight from Denver...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Europe, News, Air Travel, Colorado, Planes, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Flying, Canada, Atlantic, Hawaii, Aircraft


Finally Here

GOT SOME Still Down Some watch for the warm up LOOKING GOOD  --  FOR NOW -------   .. The meager snowfall of the last two weeks has given our fish some hope for the coming summer... The Pacific Ocean temperatures plus the polar vortex outbreak has allowed the Pineapple Express to take aim at our Pacific Northwest. RARIN' TO GO .. All we need now is the Gulf Of Alaska Low to reform and we will get some regular pulses of precipitation. Hopefully it will be snow...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Pacific Ocean, Pineapple Express, Yellowstoner, Gulf Of Alaska Low, Pacific Northwest RARIN


THIS JUST IN

Google enthusiast uncovers obscure manhood-shaped island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean (Thanks to Matt Filar, pharmaross and Unholy Slacker)
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Exploring the Laws That Protect the Coast and Ocean

Today, I’m pleased to share some reflections from my colleagues at West Coast Environmental Law, and in particular Staff Lawyer Stephanie Hewson, lead author of West Coast’s new resource, the Guide to Ocean and Coastal Protection Law in British Columbia. . . . Maxine Matilpi, a member of the Kwakiutl and Ma’amtigila nations and our colleague at West Coast Environmental Law, spent much time in the 1960s in a small Kwakiutl village near Port Hardy called Tsakis. She remembers, “dried salmon stacke...
Tags: Law, Ocean, West Coast, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, British Columbia, Port Hardy, Justice Issues, Kwakiutl, West Coast Environmental Law, Stephanie Hewson, Columbia Maxine Matilpi, Ma'amtigila, Ocean Protection Law


Schatz describes next round of federal bailouts, mainland storms force Hawaii vaccination cancellations, COVID-19 case count unknown due to lab failure, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz PC:Star-Advertiser video grab Sen. Brian Schatz hopes stimulus will prevent layoffs and furloughs, among other benefits. The next round of COVID-19 related federal stimulus could be enough to prevent layoffs and furloughs of Hawaii public workers, keep island businesses afloat and prevent renters and homeowners from losing their homes while extending unemployment benefits, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii online video progr...
Tags: Travel, Idaho, Hawaii, House, Social Security, Airport, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Department of Human Services, Oahu, Maui Maui, Salina


Another US Navy destroyer challenged China in the South China Sea by sailing past contested islands without asking permission

Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Russell in the Pacific Ocean. US Navy The US Navy sent a destroyer to challenge "unlawful" restrictions by China and others in the South China Sea. The destroyer USS Russell sailed through the contested Spratly Islands without asking permission. This is the second such operation in less than two weeks, suggesting these operations will continue being routine under the Biden administration. Visit the Business section of Insider for more storie...
Tags: News, Navy, China, US, International, Trends, Department Of Defense, Joe Biden, Taiwan, United States, Philippines, Pentagon, John Mccain, Biden, Pacific, Pacific Ocean


10 Unique Peru Experiences to Try Once in Your Life

Have you dreamed of traveling to Peru, a South American country famous for its diverse landscapes, and one-of-a-kind experiences? Peru packs a punch for a country that is just five times the size of the United Kingdom. It’s a nature lover’s dream destination with over 1,800 bird species, 500 mammal species and an astounding 3,700 butterfly species. It’s home to ancient archeological sites, including world renown Machu Picchu, Choquequiaro and the Nazca Lines to name but a few. And Peru is where ...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Unesco, United Kingdom, Peru, South America, John, ICA, Pacific Ocean, Lima, National Geographic, Nazca Lines, Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Lake Titicaca, Santa Cruz


Take a hike along these trails for a picnic with a view

This year is a new chance to find new hobbies and spend more time outdoors. While you might have found new hiking trails or new parks to have picnics at – why not combine them? Take a drive to a local beach to find a new route through the hills and the water for beautiful scenery this season. Pack a sack lunch or pick up your favorite takeout for a simple yet extraordinary experience with loved ones with a fantastic view. These hikes have trails for a beginner or an experienced hiker, but the pi...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Ocean, Walk, Southern California, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Rancho Palos Verdes, Crystal Cove State Park, Pacific Palisades, Sponsored Content, Pacific Palisades CA, Thousand Steps Beach


Watch the last billion years of Earth's tectonic plate movement in just 40 seconds

A map of Earth's current tectonic plate boundaries. Eric Gaba for Wikimedia Commons Geologists animated a video that shows how Earth's tectonic plates moved around over the last billion years. The animation reveals the formations that came before our current seven continents and five oceans. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The land mass that became Antarctica once sat along the Equator. Over Earth's history, several supercontinents have broken up and come back t...
Tags: Europe, Science, News, Africa, Americas, Trends, Earth, Atlantic, Geology, Antarctica, Pacific Ocean, PANGEA, Atlantic Ocean, Sandwell, University of Sydney, Joshua Stevens


2 Unresponsive After Boat Capsizes off Oregon Coast

Authorities say two people were unresponsive after they were rescued from the Pacific Ocean off the Oregon coast Thursday.
Tags: Oregon, Pacific Ocean, Oregon Coast


10 creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day outdoors

You may be looking to get creative this Valentine’s Day, finding ways amid the coronavirus pandemic to celebrate outdoors and in fresh air. Luckily, Southern California has plenty of beautiful landscapes, gorgeous waterways and romantic lookouts to create special moments with your significant other. Weather will be cool, with a chance of rain at the start of the Valentine’s Day weekend, so plan accordingly and grab a jacket along with those flowers and chocolates  – and don’t forget the face mas...
Tags: Europe, News, California, Environment, Sport, Dave, Soccer, Italy, Long Beach, Orange County, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Naples, Valentine, Southern California, Mary


Genetic markers show Pacific albacore intermingle across equator

Analyzing thousands of genetic markers in albacore tuna from the Pacific Ocean, researchers at Oregon State University have learned that just seven dozen of those markers are needed to determine which side of the equator a fish comes from.
Tags: Science, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Oregon State University


Russian bombers flew over the Arctic as US B-1B bombers prepare to deploy to the same area

A Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bomber over the Red Square during the Victory Day parade in Moscow, May 9, 2015. RIA Novosti/REUTERS Two Russian Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bombers performed a mission over the neutral waters of the Barents, Greenland, and Norwegian seas. That's the same region where US B-1 Lancer bombers are going to operate in a couple of weeks, reaffirming the strategic value of the Arctic and Scandinavia. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Russi...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Isil, Russia, US, Trends, Syria, South Dakota, Arctic, Moscow, Raf, Norway, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, Pacific Ocean


Dead zones: growing areas of aquatic hypoxia are threatening our oceans and rivers

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, physicians were baffled by patients who had no problems breathing—they could still chat away on their cell phone, even though their blood oxygen levels were so low that they should have been unconscious. The condition was dubbed “silent hypoxia.” The oxygen level in these coronavirus-afflicted people was less than 90%, the medical definition of hypoxia, much lower than the 95-100% seen in a healthy person. Even without outward signs of respiratory ...
Tags: Books, Featured, Climate Change, Atlantic, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Baltic Sea, Mount Everest, Gulf, Ocean Health, Science & Medicine, Earth & Life Sciences, Aquatic Biology, Hypoxia, COVID-19, Aquatic Ecosystems


US Navy helicopters and Coast Guard snipers are firing on suspected drug traffickers 'daily,' top admiral says

US Navy destroyer USS Pinckney and an embarked US Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment conduct counternarcotics operations in the Caribbean, July 22, 2020. US Navy/MCS3 Erick A. Parsons Since April 2020, US Navy and Coast Guard ships and aircraft have been conducting enhanced counternarcotics operations. Coast Guard shooters aboard Navy vessels are engaging suspected smugglers on a daily basis. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Nearly a year after deploying more ships a...
Tags: Navy, US, International, Trends, Drug Trafficking, Atlantic, Air Force, Castle, Donald Trump, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, US Navy, Central America, Caribbean, South, Drug Smuggling


UK to join CPTPP: Britain readies application for Pacific trade membership

It may be on the other side of the world, but that's not stopping the UK from applying to join a trade partnership in and around the Pacific Ocean. A year after it formally left the European Union, the British government has said... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, UK, European Union, Britain, Pacific, Pacific Ocean


Ship congestion has hit a record high at Southern California's main ports

The container ship 'Thalassa Patris' from Singapore leaves the Xiamen Port on July 24, 2020 in Xiamen, Fujian Province of China Zhou Daoxian/VCG via Getty Images Ships could wait for several days or up to two weeks to gain access to Southern California ports.  It is the first time since 2004 that "drift boxes" have been used to manage traffic, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California. The Los Angeles port is expecting to handle 155,000 inbound containers next week, 8...
Tags: Transportation, Asia, News, Sweden, Singapore, US, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, Ikea, Long Beach, Ships, Copenhagen, Pacific Ocean, Maersk


Here’s a look at the Apollo 14 lunar mission on its 50th anniversary

50 years ago this month Apollo 14 blasted off from Cape Canaveral. The mission was delayed for four months after the Apollo 13 mission astronauts did not land on the moon. APOLLO 14 highlights The crew was Alan B. Shepard Jr., Commander, Edgar D. Mitchell, Lunar Module Pilot and Stuart A. Roosa, Command Module Pilot. It was the third manned lunar landing mission. It was launched from Kennedy Space Center at 1:03:22 PST on Jan. 31, 1971. Shepard Jr. was the oldest U.S. astronaut (48) when he co...
Tags: News, Infographic, Sport, Nasa, Earth, Soccer, United States, Moon, Mission, Antares, Pacific Ocean, Apollo, Mitchell, Edgar, Samoa, Shepard


Viktor Hovland vaults into Farmers Insurance Open lead at wet Torrey Pines

Jon Rahm reacts after finishing the ninth hole of the North Course during the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open on Friday at Torrey Pines in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) Jon Rahm of Spain hits from the 12th tee of the North Course during the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines, Friday, Jan. 29, 2021, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Jon Rahm of Spain hits on the 11th hole of the N...
Tags: Hbo, Spain, Sport, Soccer, Phil Mickelson, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, Northern Ireland, San Diego, Brooks Koepka, Norway, Pacific Ocean, Jordan Spieth