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The Gulf Stream, the Cold Blob, and a Potentially Frozen Europe

The NY Times has a fantastic interactive piece about a particularly disturbing aspect of the climate crisis: the evidence that a huge Atlantic circulation pattern is weakening and could collapse, leading to “a monstrous change” in temperature, precipitation, and other chaotic effects across the globe. Now, a spate of studies, including one published last week, suggests this northern portion of the Gulf Stream and the deep ocean currents it’s connected to may be slowing. Pushing the bounds of ...
Tags: Europe, France, China, Africa, Earth, Atlantic, Morocco, Paris, South America, Greenland, North Atlantic, Jason Kottke, Ny Times, Eastern United States, Gulf Stream, Southeastern United States


Liverpool Fire First Shot In Club vs Country Battle

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says players cannot be allowed to travel for March’s international break if they have to quarantine when they return. In the UK at present, anyone returning from coronavirus ‘red list’ countries is required to quarantine for 10 days. Fifa says clubs can prevent players leaving if they need to quarantine for five days or more on their return. “I understand the need of the different FA’s but it is a time where you cannot make everybody happy,” said Klopp. “The player...
Tags: UK, England, Africa, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Fifa, World Cup, Portugal, Brazil, South America, Jurgen Klopp, Klopp, Roberto Firmino, Diogo Jota


Oceania Cruises: 2022-2023 Itineraries

CLICK TO VIEW 86-PAGE CATALOG Oceania Cruises: 2022-2023 Itineraries Today, Oceania Cruises releases its 2022-2023 itineraries and makes them available for immediate booking. “Both loyal past guests and first-time guests alike have shown an almost unquenchable thirst for worldwide travel with our 2022 itineraries and our recently launched 2023 world cruise, and we are certain they will be delighted with this latest collection of memorable, exotic experiences,” stated Bob Binder, President & C...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Featured, Australia, Africa, Blog, Antarctica, New Zealand, Tokyo, Miami, Rio De Janeiro, South America, Caribbean, Buenos Aires, Oceania


Coffee for the birds: connecting bird-watchers with shade-grown coffee

Bird-friendly coffee is shade-grown, meaning that it is grown and harvested under the canopy of mature trees, a process that parallels how coffee was historically grown. But with most farms in Central and South America and the Caribbean converting to full-sun operations, crucial bird habitats for migrating and resident bird species are being lost.
Tags: Science, South America, Caribbean


An iceberg the size of Los Angeles just broke off Antarctica - and it could happen again within weeks

A view of the North Rift crack on the Brunt Ice Shelf in February 2021. Sebastian Gleich/British Antarctic Survey Videos show a 490-square-mile iceberg breaking off Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf. NASA is keeping tabs on two other giant cracks in the ice shelf that are growing rapidly. The shifting ice has forced British scientists to relocate the nearby Halley Research Station. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf is replete with giant cracks....
Tags: Science, News, Wales, Climate Change, Environment, Los Angeles, Trends, Global Warming, Nasa, Antarctica, Manhattan, South America, Iceberg, Delaware, Antarctic, Swansea University


The best books of March 2021, according to Amazon's editors

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider March is here, along with 10 must-read books from Amazon, including new works from Viet Thanh Nguyen, Walter Isaacson, and Kazuo Ishiguro.This month's selections cover everything from feminist historical fiction to South America's illegal gold trade. We broke down all of the recommended books below, with summary descriptions from Amazon's book editors. For many, March 202...
Tags: Amazon, Steve Jobs, Africa, Trends, United States, Paris, South America, North Carolina, Kazuo Ishiguro, Latin America, Bogota, Cooke, Leonardo da Vinci, Jennifer Doudna, Nguyen, Isaacson


Watch astronaut Kate Rubins spacewalk 261 miles over South America

Astronauts Kate Rubins and Victor Glover successfully completed a spacewalk outside the ISS on Sunday, with Rubins at one point filmed way over South America.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, International Space Station, South America, Iss, Eva, Space Station, Spacewalk, Kate Rubins, Rubins, Victor Glover


How American Airlines flies 715,000 pounds of cargo every day

COVID-19 led to a 75% drop in passenger flights for American Airlines, flights that usually carry cargo.  To keep moving freight, American Airlines launched cargo-only routes for the first time in 36 years. While passenger seats up top are empty, the cargo holds are full of everything from live animals to Legos and PPE. Business Insider goes behind the scenes of the airline's largest cargo operation at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to see how crews have kept cargo moving. Visit Busine...
Tags: Asia, Europe, London, Mexico, Trends, Frankfurt, Shanghai, Dallas, South America, Boeing, Central America, Latin America, Guadalajara, American Airlines, Sao Paulo Brazil, Matthews


(CNN) — If a steaming bowl of soup strike...

(CNN) — If a steaming bowl of soup strikes you as the ultimate in old-fashioned comfort, you’ve got plenty of company. Soup is one of the world’s oldest and most universal foods, said Janet Clarkson, author of the book “Soup: A Global History.” “Every culture has some kind of soup,” she said. “It’s got very ancient roots.” Early people simmered everything from turtle shells to lengths of bamboo in soup, she writes in the book, turning out metal soup pots starting in the Bronze Age. Boiling food ...
Tags: Indonesia, Washington Post, Mexico, France, Nigeria, Georgia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, Cnn, Getty Images, Thailand, Unesco, Morocco, Portugal, Va


Peruvian-Chinese food dazzles at Chifa in Eagle Rock

With an estimated Asian population of 600,000, Peru is second only to Brazil in South America when it comes to Asian influence — and that influence, not surprisingly, is found all through the food. Some notable examples: Nobu Matsuhisa, whose sushi concepts have spread across the world, has Peruvian roots. Also, Gastón Acurio, whose restaurants are found all across South America, and in the US as well, though sadly not in SoCal. And in the case of Chifa, the dazzling food (and look) is the work ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Restaurants, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Best, Things To Do, Soccer, Glendale, Brazil, Peru, South America, Dining, Lima, Leon, Rice


Outdoor dining in Glendale has lots of delicious options along Brand Boulevard

The open-air restaurant streets that have popped up across Southern California — Citrus Avenue in Covina, Greenleaf Avenue in Whittier, Union Street in Old Pasadena, Catalina Avenue in Redondo Beach, Manhattan Avenue in Manhattan Beach and so many more — is perhaps the best new trend to emerge from the ashes of the pandemic. Along Brand Boulevard in Glendale, the street is not narrowed by the expansion of restaurants onto the sidewalk and into the gutter. It’s not been turned into one of those g...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, California, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Best, Things To Do, Soccer, Glendale, Armenia, South America, Starbucks, Dining, Taipei, Lebanon


Tilapia Tacos on the Menu Tonight

After 40 years of staying away from commercial fish for environmental reasons (we’re clear-cutting the oceans and decimating our global fisheries), I have decided to greenlight two species and sources: Tilapia that is farm-raised with a feed that is 100% fishmeal- and fishoil-free, sourced other than China, and; American-caught Alaska Pollock that, despite my decades of skepticism, appears to *actually* be a well-managed and sustainable fishery. I am also happy to find that We...
Tags: China, Pets, Africa, Middle East, South America, Msc, Wegmans, PBurns, Wegman, Terrierman, Alaska Pollock, Orange Roughy, Wild SturgeonDomestic Atlantic Cod, Pacific Cod, China Southeast Asia Mexico Central America


9 essentials for staying healthy while traveling, from a sterilizer wand to a muscle stimulator to improve circulation

Taking proper precautions while traveling is vital in helping prevent contracting a virus like COVID-19. Innovative tech like portable water filters or wand sterilizers can help make any trip a much safe experience.  Below, we've rounded up 9 essentials everyone should pack in their suitcase or carry-on for healthy travel. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Travel isn't what it used to be. Not only has the pandemic severely restricted what has become the world's favorite pastime, but it's also c...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Health, Europe, Fcc, Youtube, Africa, US, Trends, Tech, Best, Features, New Zealand, South America, Fda, Anthropologie


6 Miami-based investors share their views on the region’s startup scene

Miami is quickly becoming a symbol for the tech exodus from Silicon Valley. The area is home to a number of investors, successful tech founders and an eager local government. For this survey, TechCrunch spoke to a number of investors about the area’s potential, opportunities and key players. This is the second survey TechCrunch published on the area and the first can be found here. In this survey, these investors agree on several aspects of Miami. They see a huge opportunity for the region to be...
Tags: Startups, TC, Florida, New York, Boston, Softbank, America, San Francisco, Tech, United States, David Marcus, Venture Capital, Miami, Silicon Valley, South America, Latin America


Customs agents seized 44 pounds of corn flakes covered in cocaine instead of sugar

US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) seized a shipment of cereal from South America that was covered in cocaine instead of sugar.
Tags: News, US, Stories, South America, Customs, Border Patrol CBP


Customs agents in Cincinnati seized 44 pounds of corn flakes covered in cocaine instead of sugar

US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) seized a shipment of cereal from South America that was covered in cocaine instead of sugar.
Tags: US, Cnn, South America, Customs, Cincinnati, Border Patrol CBP


Federal agents seize $2.8M in cocaine-frosted corn flakes cereal shipped from South America

Federal agents in Cincinnati seized nearly $3 million worth of cocaine-frosted cereal shipped from South America, according to officials.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, South America, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Enquirer


Cocaine smuggled as frosting on corn flakes… they're grrreat!

Federal agents in Cincinnati, Ohio intercepted a shipment of corn flakes frosted with cocaine on its way from South America to a private residence in Hong Kong. A US Customs and Border Protection dog sniffed out the flake on the flakes. — Read the rest
Tags: Hong Kong, Post, Drugs, South America, Cereal, Cincinnati Ohio, US Customs, Smuggler's Blues


Why Google's Internet Balloon Project Loon Failed

Alphabet announced last month that it was winding down Loon, a nine-year-old project and a two-and-a-half-year-old spin off firm, after failing to find a sustainable business model and partners for one of its most prominent moonshot projects. Business Insider shares more details on why the project failed. From the report, which may be paywalled: CEO Alastair Wingarth told The New York Times last year that the team chose Kenya because it was open to adopting new technologies, yet it took two year...
Tags: Google, Softbank, Tech, Peru, Kenya, Venezuela, South America, The New York Times, Mozambique, Loon, Alastair Wingarth


The 17 essentials you need to start camping with your truck

When outfitting a truck for camping, choose gear that's light, versatile, and durable enough to stand up to rough terrain.Don't go overboard on what you bring and remember the less you have, the easier it is to pack up at the end of your trip.We tested gear from brands like Camp Chef, Roofnest, and Yakima to find the best truck camping gear available.A pickup truck has always been the original adventure rig. Even before the #vanlife movement started taking off, truck camping served as a more rug...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Outdoors, Camping, Trends, Best, Features, River, Buying Guide, South America, Kia, Usgs, Yeti, Garmin, Falcon, Tents


Fact check: Biden made at least 4 false claims at town hall

By Daniel Dale | CNN President Joe Biden took questions from Wisconsin residents and from Anderson Cooper at a CNN town hall event in Milwaukee on Tuesday night. We’re still looking into some of the claims Biden made, so this article is not comprehensive. But we can tell you now that he made at least four false claims — all of them involving statistics — about the minimum wage, undocumented immigrants, China’s economy and Covid-19 vaccinations. Biden also made claims that could have benefited fr...
Tags: Post, Obama, Congress, Washington Post, Mexico, White House, China, Milwaukee, US, Barack Obama, Sport, Joe Biden, Cnn, Soccer, United States, Xi Jinping


Vans’ Channel 66 takes its skateboarding brand ‘Off the Wall’ and puts it on the air

Watch the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA play chess; take a deep dive into music out of L.A., Mexico and South America; or learn about athletes who are also talented artists. Just tune in to Channel 66. The diverse programming is all part of the new digital livestream network by Vans that celebrates music, art and sports culture with programs recorded at multiple studios, including its flagship downtown L.A. store. “I describe it as Vans’ version of community radio meets public access TV. I think we were re...
Tags: New York, Mexico, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Mexico City, South America, Wu Tang, Sonora, Randall, Costa Mesa, Burt, Coachella Valley, Contreras


DJ Steve Aoki talks diversifying his Dim Mak record label with new Latin imprint

World-renowned DJ and record producer Steve Aoki is always looking for ways to expand his music empire. Over the summer, with the live events industry at a stand still due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, Aoki decided to launch Dim Mak En Fuego, the Latin imprint of his popular Dim Mak record label. He signed Aquihayaquihay, an all-male M-Pop (Mexican pop) group from Monterrey and Guadalajara, Mexico, and Andrekza Andreina, a pop and hip-hop singer from San Antonio de los Altos, Venezuel...
Tags: Europe, Music, Florida, Australia, Los Angeles, Spain, Sport, Kanye West, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, South America, Rick Springfield, San Antonio, Monterrey, Southern California


What a 'bumping' incident 33 years ago says about the US Navy's future showdowns with Russia and China

Soviet frigate SKR-6 strikes USS Caron in the Black Sea, February 12, 1988. US Navy On February 12, 1988, two Soviet frigates "bumped" two US warships in the Black Sea. The incident was the result of US challenges to what it saw as excessive Soviet maritime claims. The US now faces similar tension with Russia and China, and the risk of "bumping" or worse is growing. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A close encounter between US and Soviet warships in the Black Sea mor...
Tags: Europe, Navy, China, Russia, US, International, Trends, Cold War, Beijing, Atlantic, United States, New York Times, Crimea, South America, Pacific, Black Sea


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


CO2 dip may have helped dinosaurs walk from South America to Greenland

A new study identifies a climate phenomenon that may have helped sauropodomorphs spread northward across the Pangea supercontinent.
Tags: Science, South America, Greenland, PANGEA


The 10 Best Biographies of American Presidents

In 2017, I embarked on a project of reading a biography of every American president. Forty-five men and over 25,000 pages later, I finally finished just before Joe Biden assumed the helm. It wasn’t an easy task, and certainly sometimes dull (especially through long parts of the 1800s), but always intriguing and unendingly fascinating.  As with all biographies, the books were full of life lessons. Though these presidents attained the highest office in the land, they also dealt with obstacles ...
Tags: Books, Texas, Washington, Life, Senate, America, Travel & leisure, Joe Biden, United States, Washington Dc, Winston Churchill, Manchester, South America, Lincoln, John, Jfk


Okay Florida, Slow Your Roll

"Florida" Man clearly knows no bounds... So did everybody catch the story that a dead Arapaima was found in southwest Florida over the weekend? If not, read these two articles...Amazonian “River Monster” discovered in the Caloosahatchee RiverCitizens of Florida, Welcome Your New 'River Monster' OverlordsSo like what's the deal? Did it swim up here from South America? I'm guessing not, so that would mean it was planted? If that's the case, who the heck does that?   As an angler, it kind of m...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Fishing, South America, Arapaima, Wildlife Conservation Commission, Caloosahatchee, Michael Agneta


Facebook axed South American pages and groups promoting bleach as a COVID-19 cure after an Insider investigation

Medicine containing chlorine dioxide is seen at the Farmacia Boliviana in Cochabamba, Bolivia, July 21, 2020. REUTERS/Danilo Balderrama Facebook shut down a group hyping bleach as a COVID-19 cure in South America. The action came after Insider flagged the groups promoting chlorine dioxide. Public health bodies have warned repeatedly against taking the substance. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook has removed pages and groups associated with a controversial gro...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Trends, News UK, South America, US Food and Drug Administration, Argentina Bolivia, Tom Porter, M&Ms, Tech Insider, Cochabamba Bolivia, Colombia Facebook, COVID, Chlorine Dioxide, Medical Misinformation, COMUSAV


New animation shows a billion years of continental drift

A new way of looking at plate tectonics offers evidence for how the world looked up to a billion years ago. By focusing on plate boundaries rather than the continents and land itself, it avoids the pitfalls of other methods. The model doesn't account for everything but is still a great step forward in our understanding of continental drift. Anyone who's ever considered why South America and Africa look like they could fit together knows about plate tectonics, the theory which explains the movem...
Tags: Africa, Earth, Oceans, Animation, Geology, Innovation, South America, PANGEA, Australian National University, Plate Tectonics, Louis Moresi