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April 18th, 2019

A survey of professionals in jobs related to Extension and aquaculture at universities and two federal agencies found that over half plan to retire in the next 10 years. The post

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April 17th, 2019

ted.com

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[Pauling as Administrator] As chairman of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, Linus Pauling was tasked with focusing, administratively, on the big picture while also maintaining and protecting ongoing research. This was especially so with confidential work being cond

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I had a long day yesterday.   I returned all the cats, went up and fed the Waterloo boys, began the process of all the trap cleaning and laundry that happens after getting 15 cats fixed, even mowed the front and back lawns.  Rain sputtered through out the day off and on. I finally collapsed into my chair, to watch TV. 

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About 150 students in Oregon and Washington from elementary school through college will compete in Lincoln City on April 20 in an underwater robotics contest that tests their engineering and problem-solving skills. The post

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April 16th, 2019

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design.peteforamerica.com

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The rivers have gone down and for the most part, roads are back open.  I don't know if the park is open again.  It wasn't Saturday when I was up there but the water was no longer across the road at the front.  Highway 34 into Corvallis is back open but I think the bypass highway is still closed, or some lanes still close

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April 12th, 2019

These three videos are all of a trailer rescue I witnessed today.  Guy on an excavator in the water. I saw the excavator heading down the hill across the river, or rather, I heard it.  I had walked into the park from the trail.  There were several other habitual park walkers I ran into also in the park today.  Tw

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April 11th, 2019

The highway to Corvallis is closed due to flooding. It's mainly now the Willamette River flooded, as all the other rivers and streams, overflowing, dump into it.   The parks and areas along the Willamette are under water.  And highway 34 over near Corvallis is an area that often floods. I should know, I tried to rescue

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April 10th, 2019

[Pauling as Administrator] In the early 1940s, a $300,000 biochemistry grant provided by the Rockefeller Foundation set the tone for research in the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, but it was not the only source of funds that the foundation was providing. In addition

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April 8th, 2019

The flooding has become worse.   This fricking rain just won't stop. The county park is closed now.  The rivers are roaring and in places over their banks.  Many local roads are closed due to high water.  There's another landslide on highway 58 near Oakridge.   Oakridge is where that Amtrak train got stuck due to sn

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nytimes.com

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Outside Online

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4-8-19 By Tiffany Woods A new exhibit of paintings representing the sea and coastal mudflats is on display through July 7 at the public wing of the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. Mimi Cernyar Fox, an artist from Raymond, Wash., created the exhibit, which is called “Water Water Everywhere” and is showing a

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Oregon is flooding from this constant downpour. Not too bad yet.   Cottage Grove has some mandatory evacuations and there are roads in my county closed due to high water.  The worst--the park closed yesterday and was evacuated. The boys, whom I haven't seen since the heavy snow flattened the park's berry vines and many

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April 7th, 2019

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Medium

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OneZero

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April 6th, 2019

What a non creative title for a boring post.  The car problems continue.  Intermittent hesitation i.e. misfire (most likely).  Happens about ten minutes into driving, then for a few more miles when I think the car won't make it further, then suddenly it seems much better.  But it does this every time out now.  It's of

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Postlight

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Kickstarter

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April 4th, 2019

Week 13 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I celebrated the completion of a five-year-long cross stitching project this week! I got to eat Mexican food! (The Man hates it, so it's a rare treat for me.) And I started playing computer games with The Man and his friends--and I'm not that bad at it. I'

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Although its been raining here and is supposed to rain every day for the foreseeable future, I thought I'd post a bit of spring.  Maybe one day spring will include sun. Forsythia in full bloom. This House Finch has been singing its heart out around the yard lately. This is Purple Dead Nettle.  It grows

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