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Support the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund!

A powerful magnitude-7.8 earthquake has devastated Nepal, claiming more than 3,600 lives and counting. As business continuity and disaster management professionals, we know that a disaster of this size will profoundly affect hundreds of thousands and have a lingering impact on the region for years to come.  160 more words

DRI Foundation

Keep calm, and don't touch my belly!

In January of this year, just after I’d given ‘birth’ to my first book baby, Intensive Care, I said I couldn’t wait to do it all over again… 335 more words

Aussie Romance

I'm (not) twiddling my thumbs

Def: To twiddle one’s thumbs means you have nothing useful to do while you’re waiting for something to happen.

“Intensive Care” has been out in the big wide world now for nearly three months and every time I bump into someone I haven’t seen in a while, without any lie I get asked the same three questions every single time. 653 more words

Aussie Romance

What Happens When Government Dogmatically Controls Science; Bureaucrats Make Innocent People Suffer

“The Federal Emergency Management Agency is making it tougher for governors to deny man-made climate change. Starting next year, the agency will approve disaster preparedness funds only for states whose governors approve hazard mitigation plans that address climate change.” here for more

Climate Changes

Accidental Contamination of Drinking Water with Sodium Hydroxide

Luba Lendowski, , Harald Färber, Andreas Holy, Anke Darius, Bernd Ehrich, Christine Wippermann, Bernd Küfner, Martin Exner. Accidental contamination of a German town’s drinking water with sodium hydroxide. 173 more words

Drinking Water Quality

What's next?

It’s been a whirlwind ride since Intensive Care was released on 22nd January and I’ve been thrilled with the reviews it has received.

Today it’s sitting at #3 on Amazon Australia’s charts in… 239 more words

Debut Novel

Sinkhole Threatens to Swallow Washington, DC

“A huge sinkhole that nearly swallowed a truck appeared in the streets of northeastern Washington D.C. in the late afternoon on Tuesday. D.C. Water spokesman reported that the sinkhole that—nearly as large as both lanes of the road on 13th Place NE near Farragut Place and Faraday Place—was caused by a water main break that undermined the integrity of the ground underneath the road.” click here

Distribution Systems