Month: October 2018

Suspect Charged With 29 Federal Counts In Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

Federal prosecutors have charged Robert Bowers, the 46-year-old suspected gunman who carried out a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday morning, with 29 counts in the deaths of 11 people, The Associated Press reports. “Please know that justice in this case will be swift and it will be severe,” Scott Brady, the chief federal …

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Roger Pielke Jr’s weather disaster essay is too simplistic, and befuddles deniers at WUWT

It’s a short article. Short in length and short on substance. I’m referring to a paper written by Roger Pielke Jr. where he attempts to report on whether and how much progress there has been in a small part of one of the seventeen United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).The paper attracted the attention of …

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HaptX’s High-Fidelity VR Haptic Feedback Gloves for Enterprise (Jake Rubin, CEO) – 086 – Research VR Podcast

About this podcast The Podcast behind the Science and Design of Virtual Reality and Spatial Computing. By combining our background in Cognitive Science and VR Research, we break down important Neuroscience to extract Design principles. Each week, we feature the companies, founders, and researchers that are shapers of this Immersive Tech Industry. Join our Discord …

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Farmers markets around the world

The Matador Network wrote a post recently about farmers markets around the world, from Dane County Farmer’s Market in Seattle to Mercado Central in Valencia, Spain, and  Rialto Markets in Venice, Italy.  I’m a fan of food browsing. I love walking up and down every aisle of shops in other countries to check out unfamiliar …

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How I Grew An Entire Year Of Vegetables In A Small 4′ x 4′ Space!

Day 7 – 100 Days Of Natural Living   I’ve started a new series called 100 Days of Natural Living. In day 1, I shared my story on why I am so passionate about living a natural lifestyle. A LOT of you reached out to me with additional questions, and I’d love to touch on some …

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Vegan Salted Peanut Butter Crunch Torte + 10 Years! — Oh She Glows

10 YEARS!!! Can someone please tell me how it’s been a decade since I wrote my very first blog post? We’re celebrating today with this incredible vegan dessert and a weeklong OSG Recipe App sale for charity (deets below). When I started my blog on October 31, 2008, Eric and I were newly married and …

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Christmas Drinks Menu 2018 | Planet Organic

Tuesday, 30th October 2018 We’re pretty sure we’ve got something for you…..introducing Planet’s Christmas drinks menu. With no syrups, whipped cream or refined sugar in site, we’ve created 3 completely new drinks for the festive foodie. Are you one of those people that started buying Christmas presents in September, created a Christmas playlist on your phone in …

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SOCIAL JUSTICE – Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church

by Rand Mahoney · October 27, 2018 The Commission of Social Justice and Advocacy is responsible for engaging the St. Timothy’s Community in building, resourcing, and empowering advocacy movements for social justice at a local and community level. The Commissioner additionally serves to support diocesan policy which build and support locally led coalitions for social …

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