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- Northeast blackout of 2003 - Wikipedia
The Northeast blackout of 2003 was a widespread power outage throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and the Canadian province of Ontario on August 14, 2003, beginning just after 4:10 p m EDT Some power was restored by 11 p m Most did not get their power back until two days later In other areas, it took nearly a week or two for power to be restored
- Planet Ark News
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- U. S. News | Latest National News, Videos Photos - ABC . . .
A 5-year-old suffered "significant injuries" after falling from the third floor of the famed Mall of America in Minnesota and may have been thrown or
- UN News | Global perspective, human stories
UN News produces daily news content in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, and weekly programmes in Hindi, Urdu and Bangla Our multimedia service, through this new integrated single platform, updates throughout the day, in text, audio and video – also making use of quality images and other media from across the UN system
- Chernobyl disaster - Wikipedia
The Chernobyl disaster, also referred to as the Chernobyl accident, was a catastrophic nuclear accident occurred on 25–26 April 1986 in the No 4 nuclear reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the now-abandoned town of Pripyat, in northern Soviet Ukraine The accident occurred during a late-night safety test which simulated a station blackout power-failure, in the course of
- Last Word Archive | New Scientist
The most powerful cars intended for road use tend to have a top speed that ranges between 300 and 350 kilometres per hour Is this due to some physical limitation or just practicality of design
- SpaceWeather. com -- News and information about meteor . . .
Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs Automated software maintained by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth's atmosphere and many other characteristics
- The Space Review: The EMP threat: fact, fiction, and . . .
The EMP threat: fact, fiction, and response (part 2) by Yousaf M Butt Monday, February 1, 2010 [Editor’s note: Part 1 of this article was published last week ] Are the proposed nuclear EMP scenarios realistic?