On November 11 there were strange rumbling waves that traveled at 9,000mph across the globe, nearly undetected and unnoticed by the world. Except for one person, a seismologist, who spotted the signal and quickly put out an alert to see if other systems detected the same unusual wave.
COOS BAY, Ore. - Forecasters warned of an increased risk of potentially deadly sneaker waves through Friday morning. The greatest risk is Wednesday night through Thursday, the National Weather Service in Medford said in a Beach Hazards Statement. "A Beach Hazards Statement is issued when threats such as rip currents, longshore currents, sneaker waves and other hazards create life-threatening conditions in the surf zone," foarecasters explalined.
BERLIN — There’s this picture of Ira Mowen that pretty much sums up the quest he’s been on for seven years. In it, he’s standing mid-frame, gazing into the lens of the camera – or the phone, whatever. He looks like he’s just waking up, or he’s stoned, or he’s recovering from a sneeze, because he’s got that countenance that sometimes crosses the faces of people and makes them look, fleetingly, innocent; unencumbered by the machinations of adult minds.
It’s easy to tick off the accomplishments for Tampa Bay Wave, the Tampa nonprofit that services and houses young technology companies. The organization has doubled the number of startups it actively supports, and quadrupled the number of post-revenue companies under its wing. Nearly a dozen companies have relocated to Tampa to join Wave’s accelerator. Wave is the first Florida-based accelerator to be a member of the Global Accelerator Network and it led the completion of Startup Genome’s ecosystem assessment. But, much like the companies Wave supports, growing and maintaining financial resources are major challenges facing the organization, according to the