Bookmarks for November 26th
When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on November 26th:
- Problems Plague U.S. Flex-Fuel Fleet: Hawaii has the greatest share, with more than 1,000 flex-fuel vehicles purchased or leased by various agencies, mostly military. The Navy has more than 670 flex-fuel vehicles on three islands. Not one of the sedans, sport-utility vehicles or trucks has ever operated on E85.
- Hawaii-Taiwan Astronomy Partnership: The TAOS-Hawaii partnership will lead to an increase in the number of under-represented minorities in science, technology, engineering and math professions, and expand the ability and mission of the UH Hilo Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii.
- Japanese ship fails to hit missile target off Kauai: A Japanese destroyer failed to knock down a drone yesterday off Kauai in the latest test of the Navy's ship-borne Ballistic Missile Defense System.
- US Organic Aquaculture Recommendations Please No One: Neil Anthony Sims, President of Kona Blue Water Farms, the leading U.S. open ocean aquaculture company, described them as unattainable and illogical. For some however, the recommendations did not go far enough.
- Marines talk the high-tech talk: Marine commanders will get an immediate feel of the battlefield thanks to satellite and wireless technology. They also will know the location of their Marines the moment they leave the troop transport.
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