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Nick Sloane’s Plan to Save Cape Town with Icebergs

Reuters JOHANNESBURG, April 30 (Reuters) – Marine salvage experts are floating a plan to tug icebergs from Antarctica to South Africa’s drought-hit Cape Town to help solve the region’s worst water shortage in a century. Salvage master Nick Sloane told Reuters he was looking for government and private investors for a scheme to guide huge chunks of ice across the ocean, chop them into a slury and melt them down into millions of litres of drinking water. “We want to show that if there is no other source to solve the water crisis, we have another idea no one...

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DARK SKY: Massive Long-Term Power Outage Drill, Troops Going Door to Door [VIDEO]

DAHBOO77 Published on Apr 24, 2018 SUBSCRIBED 351K The Wisconsin National Guard is helping communities prepare for a possible long-term mass power outage. A full-scale training exercise known as Dark Sky is May 15-17 in Brown, Calumet, Dane, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties. Utility companies, law enforcement and first responders will be part of the power outage simulation. The National Guard says the public may notice military presence and increased emergency personnel during the exercise. The National Guard says the training exercise is to prepare for a possible attack on the state’s infrastructure. Learn More:… Your...

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Nearsighted Legislation Prohibits Grid Upgrade in Puerto Rico

Who What Why Puerto Rico suffered another island-wide power outage this week — seven months after it was hit by Hurricane Maria. This new setback highlights a trap the island finds itself in: forced to repair an antiquated power grid dependent upon imported fossil fuels, with no real hope of adopting new technologies that Americans on the mainland take for granted. Related: After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Faces Indifference The problem is legislative. The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act sets the terms for how emergency funds are allocated, and dictates that infrastructure must be restored to its...

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‘Bad Weather’ – Storm Leaves 73,000 Without Electricity in Central Russia

Sputnik News MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Violent thunderstorms have left some 73,000 people in and around 900 settlements in the Russian Central Federal District without electric power, the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s department in the Central Federal District said in Saturday statement. “As a result of bad weather conditions … power supply to around 900 settlements, where around 73,000 residents live, has been disrupted on the territories of the Vladimir, Ivanovo, Tver, Smolensk, Ryazan, Moscow, and Tula regions,” the statement read. Some 5,000 workers and 1,800 pieces of equipment are involved in restoring electricity in the Russian Central Federal District, where these regions are located, the statement added. The...

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Major incident declared after ‘massive explosion’ shakes homes in Leicester

The Independent Two people are in a critical condition after a suspected explosion destroyed a shop and the flat above it in Leicester. Police declared a “major incident” following the blast, which took place about a mile west of the city centre. Residents reported hearing a low booming sound and feeling their houses shake. 0:00 / 0:41 Fire burns following ‘massive explosion’ in Leicester The emergency services said they were called to reports of a blast shortly after 7pm and six fire engines were sent to the scene. The police evacuated 60 homes and cordoned off Carlisle Street and a section of Hinckley Road. READ MORE...

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“Anonymous: America The Final Warning” (Could This Happen) [VIDEO]

Anonymous Global Published on Feb 11, 2018 “America The Final Warning” – Connect with Anonymous – Subscribe ● Anonymous Facebook ● Anonymous Twitter ● Did you like the video? Then please hit the LIKE button! 😉 Got something to say? Leave a comment below! If you enjoyed this video and think that others might as well, please consider sharing it! – Watch some of our other videos – The Future of The Earth May Look Very Strange.… Some Words Of Encouragement… This is the Year that Everything Must Change!… What is Happening to...

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Contractor awarded $156 million to provide 30 million meals to Puerto Rico only delivered 50,000: report

The Hill A contractor who was awarded a massive contract to provide millions of meals to Puerto Ricans affected by Hurricane Maria drastically underdelivered, according to a New York Times investigation. Tiffany Brown, an Atlanta entrepreneur and self-described government contractor who owns Tribute Contracting LLC, was awarded the $156 million contract by FEMA on Oct. 3 to provide 30 million self-heating meals to Puerto Rico, but only followed through on 50,000. Brown, the sole employee of her company, hired an 11-person wedding catering company and a Texas nonprofit that had shipped food to a Houston food bank during Hurricane Harvey...

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Philippine province declares ‘calamity’ as volcano lava spreads

Reuters (Reuters) – A central Philippine province declared a state of calamity on Tuesday as a volcano spewed lava that reached the limits of a six-km radius no-go zone and spread ash on nearby farming villages. Mount Mayon, a volcano in Albay province in the coconut-growing central Bicol region, has been erupting since Saturday and the number of people fleeing their homes had more than doubled on Tuesday to about 25,000, said Albay Governor Al Francis Bichara. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council gave a smaller estimate, saying there were close to 22,000 evacuees. Placing the province...

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Japanese Public Broadcaster NHK Issues False Alarm Over North Korean Missile Launch

SHTF Plan This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge It’s deja vu, all over again. Just four days after residents of Hawaii lived through 38 minutes of doomsday hell, after a false public broadcast alarm announced that a ballistic missile launch was headed for the island, only to reverse and announce later it was a mistake, moments ago Japan’s National broadcaster NHK’s app issued a false J-Alert to phones over a North Korean missile launch at 6:55 p.m. Tuesday evening local time. The message, received by phone users with the NHK app installed on their devices, read: “NHK...

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Iran-Iraq earthquake: Rescuers in race for survivors

Alijazeera Rescue efforts are under way in Iraq and Iran after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the border region between the two countries, killing more than 450 people and injuring an estimated 7,400. As aftershocks continued on Monday and as rescuers scrambled to find survivors, Tasnim news agency reported that the death toll in Iran has reached 445, while 7,100 have been injured. In the Iraqi side of the border, Rudaw news website reported at least seven dead and more than 300 injured in the Kurdish region. The US Geological Survey (USGS) said Sunday’s powerful quake hit close to Halabjah, southeast of Sulaimaniyah, a city in...

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276 killed in deadliest single attack in Somalia’s history

The Hindu The Mogadishu bombing is one of the deadliest attacks in sub-Saharan Africa, larger than the Garissa University attack in Kenya in 2015. The most powerful bomb blast ever witnessed in Somalia’s capital killed 276 people with around 300 others injured, the country’s information minister said early today, making it the deadliest single attack in this Horn of Africa nation. The toll could continue to rise. In a tweet, Abdirahman Osman called the attack “barbaric” and said countries including Turkey and Kenya had already offered to send medical aid. Hospitals were overwhelmed a day after a truck bomb...

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FEMA restores deleted Puerto Rico stats after uproar

The Hill The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has restored statistics on its website on Puerto Rico’s access to water and electricity following outrage over their removal, The Washington Post reports. The agency posted the updated statistics on Puerto Rico’s recovery on Friday after drawing criticism for inexplicably removing them on Thursday morning. FEMA’s website now reports that 9.2 percent of Puerto Ricans have access to power, after Hurricane Maria wiped out the island’s entire electrical grid. More than half of Puerto Ricans now have access to clean drinking water through the territory’s sewer authority, at 55.5 percent. A FEMA spokesperson originally...

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San Juan mayor: ‘I am begging, begging anyone who can hear us to save us from dying’

The Hill The mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, sharply rebuked the Trump administration’s efforts to aid the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria, and delivered an emotional plea to “anyone who can hear us to save us all.” “I will do what I never thought I was going to do. I am begging, begging anyone who can hear us to save us from dying. If anybody out there is listening to us, we are dying, and you are killing us with the inefficiency,” Carmen Yulín Cruz said on Friday. Cruz’s plea comes as Puerto Ricans struggle to recover from the...

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Trying to communicate after the hurricane: ‘It’s as if Puerto Rico doesn’t exist’

The Verge The morning after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, Sofia Maldonado tried to call her parents, who were still on the island. “You call them, call them, and no answer,” she says. She switched to texts. Still nothing. “Not having communications with your parents or your friends or anyone, it’s very hard because you don’t know how they’re doing.” Maldonado, an artist based in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was traveling when the hurricane hit. She watched the destruction unfold on television from her friend’s apartment in New York. The Category 4 storm splintered wooden homes, destroyed most of the power...

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Triple-digit heat hampers fight against western US wildfires

A tree continues to burn from a wildfire along Lumpkin Road near Oroville, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017. The wildfire is among a series of wildfires burning across the U.S. West. (Bill Husa/Chico Enterprise-Record via AP) RENO, Nev. (AP) — Triple-digit heat across much of the U.S. West hampered crews battling scores of wildfires Thursday, including one threatening dozens of structures in Montana and another that temporarily shut down the main travel route to the Burning Man counterculture festival in the Nevada desert. Thousands of people have been driven from their homes amid hot weather in Oregon, Montana and...

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Houston Mayor Orders Curfew To Prevent Looting, Warns Bridges And Roads Are “Starting To Fail”

Zero Hedge Update: Houston’s Mayor imposed a curfew on Tuesday after the US city saw record rainfall and catastrophic flooding in the wake of tropical storm Harvey. The curfew will start at midnight and end at 5am, Mayor Sylvester Turner explained. Originally it was supposed to start earlier (as per his tweet below), but Turner said he wanted “to allow volunteers and others to do their great work.” The curfew is intended to prevent property crimes against evacuated homes in the city, he added… Imposing curfew from 10 pm to 5 am to stop any property crimes against evacuated homes in city...

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