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AOS S2 E9 - Friday 19th December 2014

Last nights Agents of SHIELD started off with Skye having a weird nightmare about May, Coulson, a random baby and alien artefacts. It seems that since Skye has been finding more out about her family, she has been using May and Coulson as surrogate parents to fill the nonexistent gap left by her homicidal, psychotic father and dead mother. 250 more words

Agents Of Shield

UC Davis Scientists Say Next Napa Earthquake Could Be Much Bigger, More Destructive

DAVIS (CBS SF) — The next earthquake in the Napa Valley could be much stronger than the magnitude 6 quake that shook the region in August, according to preliminary research from the University of California at Davis. 419 more words

News

Agents of SHIELD: "What They Become"

A lot of revelations were in “What They Become,” but it didn’t really impress me. In fact, it was a lackluster way to go into the mid-season break. 250 more words

Television

California Gets $5M Funding For Quake Warning System

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. Senate has approved $5 million in funding to roll out an earthquake warning system across California next year.

The Los Angeles Times reports the allocation is included in the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by the Senate this weekend. 80 more words

Features

California Earthquake Warning System Gets Congressional Funding In Wake On Napa Quake

SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) – California received funding to help begin an earthquake warning system across the state next year that would provide enough time for trains to brake, utilities to shut off gas lines and people to dive under a table until the shaking stops. 304 more words

News

What Marvel Are Up To

A few weeks back I mentioned in The Week In Geek that Marvel had announced the release dates for all of their films and TV shows for the third phase of their cinematic universe, and it’s shaping up to be five fantastic years of media. 801 more words

Entertainment

California Gets $5M Funding For Quake Warning System

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. Senate has approved $5 million in funding to roll out an earthquake warning system across California next year.

The Los Angeles Times reports the allocation is included in the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by the Senate this weekend. 105 more words

News