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Honda Point disaster...Naval history

Published 1 day ago in Accidents. Submitted by sux2bu

The Honda Point disaster was the largest peacetime loss of U.S. Navy ships. On the evening of September 8, 1923, seven destroyers, while traveling at 20 knots (37 km/h), ran aground at Honda Point, a few miles from the northern side of the Santa Barbara Channel off Point Arguello…
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This is What Would Happen If a Nuclear Bomb Was Detonated in The Marianas Trench

Published 1 day ago in Science. Submitted by jbond

The video comes in response to a video by “Ridddle” answering the same question that went viral earlier this year… and contained all kinds of misinformation.

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French daredevil, 24, rides his bike off a 350-metre high cliff before shedding his bicycle and para

Published 1 day ago in Sports. Submitted by cameramaster

Reports of a passing hiker who visited the local out patients clinic with a bicycle embedded in their head are still coming in...Police blame the lack of lights on the bike for the accident saying 'It was obvious that the pedestrian could not see the bike until the last second be…
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Florida Highway Patrol Pursuit Hits 142 MPH, Then Cruiser Catches Fire

Published 4 days ago in Ownage. Submitted by sux2bu

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper pulls a U-turn across a highway median, accelerating to more than 140 mph to catch up with a vehicle that was going 20 over ..... cop car went up in flames.
(Not much to see after about 7:15 but smoke and voices)

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Lower Hatea River Crossing - Te Matau ? Pohe, Whangarei, New Zealand

Published 4 days ago in Technology. Submitted by thundersnow

Lower Hatea River crossing in New Zealand, designed by Knight Architects, is a striking realisation at the centre of Whangarei District Council’s 20 year transportation strategy which is now in its final stages.
Officially named Te Matau ? Pohe or “The Fishhook of Pohe”, the rolling bascule structure is designed to be recognisable by day and night, providing a positive gateway to the town basin area and as a structure that speaks strongly of the local character and culture of Whang?rei.
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