Tidwell told mySA.com he made the catch at about 100 yards away from the shoreline at Matagorda Beach, which is a 26-mile long beach near the mouth of the Colorado River and about 82 miles south of Houston. He said he started fishing at about 5 p.m. and caught the 9-foot shark four hours later. … [Read more...] about Texas man catches 9-foot, 300-pound shark off Matagorda Beach
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The Ways2H system is similar to the types of gasification plants that are already used to convert trash into energy around the US, but with a few key differences. In both systems, the waste is sorted into broad categories like plastics or biomass (think food scraps or paper) and left to dry. Then it is fed into a vaporization chamber that heats it to over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit to produce syngas—a mixture of hydrogen, methane, and carbon dioxide—that can be used as fuel or further refined. The Ways2H system increases the hydrogen concentration in the syngas by mixing it with steam, which creates a mixture that is about half hydrogen and half carbon dioxide. The hydrogen is then filtered out using a commercial pressure swing absorption system, a tank filled with absorbent materials that soak up the carbon dioxide like a sponge. The entire system sits in an open air tower that is about seven stories tall. … [Read more...] about Will the Hydrogen Revolution Start in a Garbage Dump?
James Ennis is an example of why the NBA started its testing in the home markets of teams back on June 23: find the players who had the virus, get them treatment as needed, help them recover, and keep the virus itself out of the NBA campus/bubble in Orlando. How well that ultimately works remains an unanswered question, but the Ennis is an example of the concept working. … [Read more...] about Orlando’s James Ennis admits he had COVID-19, is now recovered and practicing
The famed Rose Parade in Pasadena held each New Year’s Day has been canceled for 2021, with organizers the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association saying Wednesday that restrictions in California’s now-paused phased reopening because of the coronavirus pandemic made it impossible to host the event, which would have been its 132nd edition. … [Read more...] about Rose Parade Officials Cancel 2021 Event Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Jennifer DeMarchi, who spends winters in Miami and runs a networking group for marketing professionals, was eager to get out and enjoy an early meal. She and her husband John had spent the last few days bouncing between various south Florida cities as beaches and restaurants slowly reopened. … [Read more...] about Florida’s South Beach awakens after two-month slumber