Massive power outage in West still unexplained Power ... outage happened, although one report said the problem appeared to have begun in Oregon, just north of the California border, on the "intertie," a transmission network that links much of the western United States in a grid. "Anything that takes ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Bird poop on the lines causes nuclear power shutdown (CNN ... as a bird takes off from a perch" -- as the cause of the shutdown, which tripped a safety breaker and took a reactor at the site out of commission for three days in December. Read: How close is your home to a nuclear power plant? 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Alabama power outage statewide Alabama Power spokesman Bernie Fogarty warned customers they would be in for a "prolonged outage." While the numbers affected are ... The Bankhead tunnel, which takes U.S. 98 under the Mobile River, also was closed by water covering its entrances. 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
DoD official: Vulnerability of U.S. electrical grid is a dire concern According to Stockton, a recurrence of a massive earthquake, like the New Madrid earthquake of 1812, “would cause a power outage for weeks to months across ... design basis for the grid of the future that takes into account cyber threats and other ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Surgery in a blackout: The doctor healing children's broken hearts A power outage is probably the last thing anyone would want to happen ... Godwin Godfrey, pediatric heart surgeon Godfrey and his team also knew that it usually takes several seconds for the hospital's back-up generator to kick in after a power failure. 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
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Northeast blackout of 2003 The Northeast blackout of 2003 was a widespread power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and the Canadian province ... 03/18/2017 - 10:46 pm | View Website
Gusting wind takes out trees and power statewide | WTNH ... Around 3 a.m., a tree fell on a primary line on Christian Street in Oxford, causing a combined 400-odd outages in Oxford and in Middlebury. That outage was mostly ... 01/11/2017 - 1:36 am | View Website
Melia Robinson/Business InsiderImpossible Foods, a tech company on a mission to reinvent our definition of meat, is launching its first large-scale production facility to help bring its plant-based "bloody" burgers to the masses.
Based in Oakland, California, the factory will produce at least one million pounds of meatless meat per month — or four million burgers — once the site is up and running later in 2017.
At an event to unveil the factory, CEO and founder Pat Brown called it "the birthplace of a whole new industry."
Impossible Foods, which has raised $182 million in venture capital from the likes of Bill Gates, Google Ventures, and Khosla Ventures, has been surrounded by buzz since its burger debuted at Chef David Chang's restaurant Momofuku Nishi last summer.
The Whatcom County Council has extended for six months a moratorium on shipments of unrefined fossil fuels out of the Cherry Point area.
The county voted 6 to 1 Monday night to temporarily prohibit new permit applications for facilities that ship crude oil and other unrefined fossil fuels that aren't processed or consumed in the area.
The ordinance says it's needed to protect the public while the county weighs changes to its land-use plan that may restrict future export of crude oil and other fossil fuels out of Cherry Point.
Cherry Point is the site of two oil refineries, BP and Phillips 66, which have in recent years expanded facilities to accept crude oil shipments by train.
Supporters say the restriction is needed after the federal government lifted a 40-year ban on crude exports and opened the way for oil to be exported through the state's refineries.
A dystopian novel that has seen newfound attention since Trump's election came to life this week at a Texas protest over legislation limiting reproductive rights.
A group of women dressed as the women from Margaret Atwood's 1984 novel The Handmaid's Tale showed up in Austin, Texas, for Monday's vote on a bill that would ban an abortion procedure used in the second trimester.
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Dressed in the robes and bonnets described in the book (and seen in movie adaptions and soon-to-be-released Hulu series), the women filed into the senate chamber with signs depicting the ongoing rollback of reproductive rights and silently made their statement.