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Cayman Islands new renovated yacht club opened by Governor Last Wednesday (24) saw the opening of the newly renovated Yacht Club close to the old Courtyard Marriott Hotel on West Bay Road, Grand Cayman. The Yacht Club and the hotel…

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Cayman Islands earthquakes and tides being monitored

The two earthquakes felt in the Cayman Islands earlier this month, along with the unusually high tides over the past few weeks, have focused attention on the issues of sea levels and landmass elevation – and the correlation between those…

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Cayman’s ex-premier’s government credit card PIN was working reveals witness On Wednesday (24) at the continuing trial of Cayman Islands ex-premier McKeeva Bush for allegedly using his government credit card to withdraw money and gamble in casinos, in Tampa, Las…

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The future of Audio Engineering

By John Lagrou From Tape Op John La Grou predicts your future When Tape Op’s 420th issue rolls out in 2040, the way we record, edit, mix, and master audio will be transformed entirely from the processes we use today….

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NASA has determined where the mysterious jelly-doughnut rock on Mars came from

By Dina Spector NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./Arizona State Univ./Business Insider Attached image shows Pinnacle Island in the lower left corner and where the piece of rock had been before it appeared in front of the rover. Scientists have confirmed that a strange-looking…

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Will the Ebola virus go airborne?

By Dina Fine Maron, Scientific American From Nature.com Experts say the possibility remains remote. Could Ebola go airborne? That’s the fear set off last week by a New York Times op-ed entitled “What We’re Afraid to Say about Ebola” from…

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Causes of endemic radiation in the Caribbean

From Space Interactive Causes of endemic radiation in the Caribbean: evidence from the historical biogeography and diversification of the butterfly genus Calisto (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae: Satyrini) Calisto is the largest butterfly genus in the West Indies but its systematics, historical biogeography…

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Using data to tackle non-communicable diseases

From Trinidad Express Newspapers UWI research in action This is the second in a four-week series highlighting the research projects that will be recognised with prestigious Campus Awards at the upcoming UWI-NGC Research Awards Ceremony on October 1. Prof Surujpal…

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Astrophysicist invents a $110 earthquake warning system

By Katie Sola From Mashable In the early hours of Aug. 24, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake jolted Californians awake in terror across the Bay Area. But one UC Berkeley professor received five seconds of warning from a $110 homemade device….

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Water everywhere after Napa Quake — but it’s no drought solution for California

By Katie Sola From Mashable The Napa 6.0-magnitude earthquake has released tens of thousands of gallons of groundwater into the area’s drought-dry creek beds. Locals are thrilled — but a geologist warns the babbling brooks could deplete scarce water supplies…