Behold a Flame’s Mesmerizing Ionic Wind

Fire can be fascinating and understanding how it behaves is the key to controlling it. Fire scientists have focused on doing just that in a new and interesting way. Saudi Arabian scientists have created 3-D images of fire to assess it’s behavior retrieving useful data while creating pictures that are fun to look at for the rest of us. Key Takeaways:Scientists...

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Disney-Universal Theme Park Wars Are Going to the Dogs

Disney and Universal theme park wars are going to the dogs. This is literally true as some Disney hotels are now allowing pets to come into their hotels. There was a new announcement made recently that allowed dog owners to bring their vaccinated and well behaved dogs to hotels inside the resort. Disney-Universal Theme Park Wars Are Going to the Dogs

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Business of Pajamas, Pillows and Bragging Rights on Airplanes

Jessica Alba is one of the reasons why airlines improved the quality of pajamas on airplanes. One day, Jessica Alba posted some photos of her wearing pajamas on a plane. Matrix is the name of the company that gives kits to airlines in order to provide people with top of the level comfort when they fly. Business of Pajamas, Pillows and Bragging Rights on Airplanes

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Looking at the World Through Anxious Eyes

The world has always been a very complicated place. However, that is changing because of things like social media and the geopolitical landscape that has been changing recently. Travel has always been a very unpredictable activity. There is often a very irrational feeling when you are travelling that the world is very dangerous. Looking at the World Through...

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Woomera Range Complex in Woomera, Australia

The Woomera Range Complex in South Australia was established by the U.K. in 1947 as a site to conduct rocket testing. The 49,000 square mile complex is still active to this day and is used for testing drones, explosives, and ground-based weapon systems. Earlier this year, it was used by the U.S. and Australian governments to test a hypersonic glider. Today,...

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What’s Causing These Egg-Shaped Rocks to Form on a Cliff in China?

Have you ever seen an inanimate object, such as a cliff, grow eggs? Then you will have to see the pictures to believe this extraordinary phenomena. A cliff in a village in Gulu, located in the southwest region of China, grows these lucky sedimentary rock eggs. Find out what might cause these eggs to form and if there are others that exist in the world or even...

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Smaller Airports Lose Passengers While Hubs Get Bigger

Statistics show that smaller airports are now losing passengers at a moderate rate. That is in response to larger airports that are gaining passengers along the way. The effect is that large airports grow in response to local demand from a large population. Airliners will need to respond in kind and make the right adjustments along the way. Smaller Airports...

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First Commercial Flight Arrives at One of World’s Most-Remote Islands

Find the place that was so far away from everything, Bonaparte was impassioned there. The South Atlantic isle of St Helena, with its rugged landscapes, beautiful shores and abundant marine life may be prove to an escape for you. Why the newness of such a destination for your travel itinerary, with its rich history dating back to its discovery by Portuguese merchants...

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Delta Doesn’t Want Anyone to Buy Basic Economy and 6 Other Aviation Trends This Week

It’s not really news that Delta would prefer passengers to upgrade from a Basic Economy class fare or skip it all together and purchase a higher priced ticket with more amenities. The airline has also done away with flight check-in via their iPhone app. Many will be happy to hear that Southwest will finally be flying to Hawaii possibly as early as next year....

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