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1. What's Behind Hawaii's Twin Storms: Mostly Luck

30%
August 8, 2014
...But in 2013, researchers at the University of Hawaii used computer models to show that as the world warms, steering currents will change and Hawaii will get more hurricanes and Mexico less, Masters said. ...

2. U.S. Navy Practices Retrieving Orion Spacecraft

27.2%
August 7, 2014
...the moon, asteroids and, eventually, to Mars. The tests took place from Aug. 1 to Aug. 4 a few hundred miles off the coast of Baja California, Mexico where the Orion will splash down Dec. 4 after reaching an altitude of 3,600 miles. The December mission will be crew-less, as will a scheduled 2017 ...

3. CenturyLink Expands Supercharged Internet

22.37%
August 5, 2014
...Nebraska; Orlando, Florida; Portland, Oregon; Salt Lake City; and Seattle. In addition, businesses in the following cities will also have access to the new supercharged Internet service: Albuquerque, New Mexico Colorado Springs, Colorado; Phoenix; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Spokane, Washington; and Tucson, Arizona. Meeting Consumer, Business Needs The offering ...

4. CIA Director Sorry for Hacking Into Senate Computers

17.11%
August 5, 2014
...decade-old CIA interrogation practices have poisoned relations between key Democrats and the CIA. Two Intelligence Committee Democrats, Sens. Mark Udall of Colorado and Martin Heinrich of New Mexico called on Brennan to resign. "I just don't have a lot of confidence in his leadership," Heinrich said in an interview after leaving a briefing on ...

5. Asteroid Timing May Have Wiped Out Dinosaurs

29.05%
July 30, 2014
...according to an analysis in the journal Biological Reviews. The findings, which combed through the fossil record, show that if the asteroid that hit the Yucatan in Mexico 66 million years ago had come just a few million years earlier or later, there might still be dinosaurs around today. While the Chicxulub asteroid has ...

6. Rare Storm at California Beach Hard To See Coming

19.55%
July 30, 2014
...of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. "Nothing will drive them out of the water." The storm came out of a front of warm, subtropical air from Mexico that usually doesn't make it as far west as California. When it did, that front collided with the cooler marine layer that normally envelopes Southern California's beaches during much ...

7. New Cray for Nuclear Arms May Be Fastest Supercomputer

43.63%
July 11, 2014
...It will let the NNSA manage the country's stockpile of nuclear weapons without having to use underground testing. Trinity will be located at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico Power to Spare Through a phased deployment, Cray will provide the NNSA with a multi-petaflop supercomputing system and a multi-petabyte Cray Sonexion storage ...

8. Dam Construction Turns Up Fossil Treasure Trove

25.22%
July 8, 2014
...from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which is building the dam. Meanwhile, in a separate find in the West, crews doing road construction in northwestern New Mexico unearthed artifacts that officials said might be from the ancient Puebloan culture. The workers were widening a highway bordering the Salmon Ruins, an archaeological site in ...

9. Virgin Galactic Partners with New Mexico Hotel

71.93%
July 8, 2014
...a contract with World Class Gourmet of Las Cruces to provide catering for travelers during their training at Spaceport and said it is relocating more of its staff to New Mexico and will be hiring locally in the next few months. The company is the anchor tenant in the $209 million futuristic Spaceport America that the state ...

10. Gates Says Fixing Education Toughest Challenge

48.54%
July 6, 2014
...the comments in a 45-minute talk [last] Monday to a packed auditorium of employees at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Gates, his son Rory and a friend were in northern New Mexico for a private tour of the nation's premier nuclear weapons facility, which also does a wide-range of cutting-edge research across all fields, including an HIV vaccine, which the Bill ...

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