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Rip Currents; Spotting and Survival

How to Spot a Rip Current

Rips are complex, can quickly change shape and location, and at times, are difficult to see. The things to look for are deeper, dark-coloured water; fewer breaking waves; a rippled surface surrounded by smooth waters; and anything floating out to sea or foamy, discoloured, sandy, water flowing out beyond the waves. 22 more words


A City Without Walls - Looking at Self-Control

What is self-control, and why does it matter? What makes self-control as a “fruit of the Spirit” different from the self-control of the non-Christian? How can I develop self-control? 16 more words


With Half Your Brain Tied Behind Your Back

Unihemispheric Sleep; Unihemispheric Waking

Whales and dolphins live underwater but must come to the surface periodically to breathe. They cannot allow both hemispheres of their brains to drop into deep sleep, else they may not wake to surface in time. 1,723 more words

Situational Awareness

Intelligence Online "Answering today the questions you'll be asked tomorrow."

First published in 1980 and available online since 1995, Intelligence Online (formerly Intelligence Newsletter) has reported on and analysed the activities of intelligence agencies around the world for more than 30 years. 249 more words

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Situational Awareness in Aviation

Situational awareness is the perception of the elements in the environment within a volume of time and space, the comprehension of their meaning, and the projection of their status in the near future… 413 more words

Lesson 7. Flight Circuits II

Airport: Hervey Bay Aerodrome
Instructor: BS , Briefing time (hr): 0
Time to take off: 8:15 Runway: 29
Time to land… 851 more words

Look up

I arrived home this afternoon ready to go inside. I stepped out of the car, took a moment to look up, and saw quite a few Turkey vultures were soaring directly overhead. 21 more words