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Over the past 48 hours, compelling evidence has emerged that a long-anticipated End Times is finally upon us. Letâ€™s have a look.
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When youâ€™re as big as this cruise shipâ€”and itâ€™s really big at 964 feet long, 105 feet wide, and 91,000 tonsâ€”it can be hard to stop. So you have to make sure you slow down in time or youâ€™ll destroy things because once again, youâ€™re a really big ship. This cruise ship, the Celebrity Infinity, didnâ€™t stop in time and slammed into the side of a dock at Ketchikan Harbor in Alaska, downing part of the barge and busting up a few mooring dolphins.
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At a rally in Fresno, California today, newfound irrigation expert Donald Trump finally revealed the solution to the drought thatâ€™s been crippling California for the past five years: Turn the water back on, idiots.
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There are few things on this planet I hate more than bottled water. Just the crinkling sound of someone wrapping their mouth around one of those squeaky garbage accordions fills me with rage. I stopped drinking it a long time agoâ€”and you should stop drinking it, too.
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This is fun. Watch as this yacht carrier, the Super Servant 4, lowers its deck into the water so that tiny yachts and normal yachts and super yachts can all float and steer themselves on the water into their water parking spaces. And then watch the Super Servant 4 rise up and bring all the yachts out of the water. Itâ€™s a moving dock that transforms into a parking lot ship so that it can transport yachts to whichever other marina they need to get to.
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If the ongoing Flint water crisis has taught us anything, itâ€™s that providing clean running water to millions of people is an optional luxury. Wait, thatâ€™s not right.
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Add this to the very long list of why burning coal for energy is a horrible idea. The worldâ€™s coal plants are using enough water to easily fulfill the needs of a billion people for a year. Whatâ€™s more, theyâ€™re often located in places where water is already scarce.
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After Flint, itâ€™s been disheartening to discover that lead contamination is far more widespread than originally thought. A new investigative report by USA Today claims that 350 schools and day cares across the country have tested above the EPAâ€™s â€śaction levelâ€ť for lead content in water.
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El Niño is almost ready to give way for the rise of its cold counterpart, La Niña. But before it goes, it has one more tough weather hit to throw at the US: a bizarre combination of flooding and an ever-intensifying drought.
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