Corbyn Equates Bin Laden Death “Tragedy” With 9/11


Corbyn Equates Bin Laden Death “Tragedy” With 9/11
by WikiGuido

Peak Corbyn on Iranian state television:

“We can only guess that there is something fishy here. Either Bin Laden wasn’t there, therefore there has to be a story. Or, the pictures … show something else… This was an assassination attempt and is yet another tragedy upon a tragedy, upon a tragedy. The World Trade Center attack was a tragedy, the war in Afghanistan was a tragedy, the war in Iraq was a tragedy.”

“Something fishy”?

Via SunNation
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Final Dramatic Day in Trapani Crowns Rombelli as 2015 Melges 32 World Champion


A very exciting regatta also reveals Rombelli as Audi-Tron Sailing Series Champion

Trapani, Italy – Congratulations are in full order for Alessandro Rombelli and his STIG 2015 Melges 32 World Champion team that includes tactician Francesco Bruni and crew members Pierluigi De Felice, Giorgio Tortarolo, Michele Giovannini, Daniele Fiaschi, Luca Faravelli (2010 World Champ) and Filippo La Mantia. Less than one year ago, Rombelli found himself fourth overall at the Miami Worlds. A complete European sailing season later, he now sits atop as ‘King’ of the world’s most highly competitive, yet extraordinarily rewarding one design class – the Melges 32.

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Sink me the ship, master gunner!

Sink me the ship, master gunner!

by BigJules

On this day in 1591, The Battle of Flores began, a naval engagement of the Anglo-Spanish War. It was fought off the Island of Flores, one of the Azores, islands set in the Atlantic 850 miles west of Portugal.

Facing each other were an English fleet of 22 ships under Lord Thomas Howard and a Spanish fleet of 53 ships.

One particular incident would go down in history and be inspiration for one of the English language’s greatest poets.

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Hurry Up and Wait, Trapani Reveals New Tricks at 2015 Melges 32 World Championship


Ferrari captures the day with an impressive 1-4, while Rombelli separates himself from the peloton

Trapani, Italy – Any sailor thinking they were going to have a shorter day after an on-shore postponement on the fourth day at the 2015 Melges 32 Worlds Championships in Trapani were sorely mistaken. The plan was to delay the start, wait for the breeze to build and bang off three quality races, but instead a weak northerly wind tricked and teased the twenty-two boat fleet, eventually completing two races under a setting sun that shook up the standings for a second day in a row.

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Signs of Katrina Linger in the Marshes

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Image Credit: NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey
Caption: Kathryn Hansen

On July 28, 2015, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite captured images of algal blooms around the Great Lakes, visible as swirls of green in this image of Lake St. Clair and in western Lake Erie.

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Boeing-built Satellite Will Create First Global High-Speed Broadband Network


Third Inmarsat-5 satellite with new technology will allow global coverage

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Aug. 29, 2015 – When the third Boeing-built [NYSE: BA] Inmarsat-5 satellite, which is now in orbit, becomes fully operational later this year it will provide the technology and coverage necessary for worldwide high-speed broadband access.

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