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In the grand circus of music, Moguai is most definitely in the big top. Whilst other acts have come and gone, his star is still shining brightly. Time and again he has set new standards in electronic music, his productions proving timeless in this fast moving business.
He is also a highly talented and hugely popular DJ. From the deepest underground clubs to the biggest stages of the world, Moguai sets are guaranteed to ignite the crowd. There are few DJs who can move so comfortably between the credible intimacy of a small club gig to the bigger arena.
Moguai does so effortlessly, always true to his musical ideals and vision. Music is an incessant process of development for Moguai. His centre of focus is personal taste, without recourse to chasing trends.
A marathon of music, not a sprint! X-Demon Zielona Gora, Poland. Werliebt Ischgl Ischgl, Austria. A Seven Berlin, Germany. Oldenbora Festival Rastede, Germany. World Club Dome Frankfurt, Germany. Ibiza Party Ljutomer, Slovenia. The is no longer being produced, with all existing orders fulfilled, but it is still available for purchase.
Boeing is testing an extensively modernized version known as the , initially in freighter and later in passenger models, with the first delivery planned for fourth-quarter this year. UPS Airlines took delivery of eight freighters from Boeing with its distinctive " Brown-Tail " livery between and The cruises at Mach 0.
The plane can carry some tons or , pounds of freight. It is operated by two flight crew. In total, Boeing has delivered F freighters to airlines and freight operators.
It has also delivered 40 extended-range Reports to the U. The pilot had passed their tail call numbers before losing communication with the tower. All six survivors were transferred and it was later confirmed that all persons were accounted for with no reported injuries. The passengers were holding on to the floating tail section of the plane when help arrived in response to their distress call.
He said the six, including two children and a woman who is six months pregnant, were all Bahamian and none appeared to have injuries worse than cuts and bruises.
The plane was flying a short distance from Walker's Cay at the northern tip of the island chain to Grand Bahama when it went down, said Melvin Lundy , a Bahamas police superintendent. What was this vessel off Malibu Pier?
There was a traffic jam as residents tried to decide if this was a visit or an attack! I did a U-turn in my car -- and came around to take this picture. What the Hell was this vessel off Malibu? From shore it looked as if the fabled Capt. Nemo had surfaced in his submarine.! According to reports, the vessel was docked in San Diego earlier this month and is now making its way up the coast to San Francisco , essentially spreading yacht envy to Californians everywhere.
According to a profile in the Wall Street Journal , the vessel has 23, square feet of living space, bomb-proofed glass, a fingerprint security system and is filled with floor-ceiling mirrors. To accommodate other pastimes, Mega yacht "A" has three swimming pools, a helipad, and three 30' speedboats. In addition, she has all the latest entertainment systems, blinking lights, bells and whistles one would expect on a billionaire's mega yacht.
Unlike most yachts, however, which usually sport several spacious decks for lounging in the sun and taking in the sea air or allowing throngs of nude "models" to do same , A 's streamlined design is almost entirely enclosed, which suits her reportedly paranoid but maybe only A -goraphobic?
Editor Note - August 16 We see the strangest things along Pacific Coast Highway! Video Tours Of " A ". The Boeing jetliner Crashed At 1: August 16 , On San Andre Island. A big bang," said year-old survivor Alvaro Granados , who was flying with his wife and two children. Authorities say it happened so quickly the pilot didn't report an emergency to the control tower at Colombia 's San Andres Island.
Experts are trying to figure out why the Aires Airline Boeing jetliner hit the ground short of the runway on August 16 - and how of the people on board survived as the aircraft skidded on its belly with its fuselage fracturing and its landing gear and at least one engine ripping off. After the jet ground to a stop, passengers scrambled from their seats or were helped to safety. Authorities said firefighters quickly doused flames that broke out on a wing.
The one fatality was Amar Fernandez de Barreto , 68, and doctors said she may have succumbed to a heart attack. Officials said people in all were taken to hospitals or clinics, most of them for minor injuries. Manuel Villamizar , director of the emergency operations center in Bogota , told reporters late August The health ministry said a total of 13 injured were being moved to Bogota.
Donald Tascon , deputy director of Colombia 's civil aeronautics agency, speculated the plane's low altitude as it approached for a landing - perhaps feet 30 meters just before the crash - may have avoided more severe damage and saved lives. Granado , the passenger, said there was little turbulence when the plane went down. Ricardo Ramirez , a civil engineer who was flying with his wife, told Caracol Radio everything seemed fine despite the rain and lightning.
We were just about to land, everything was under control," he said. The crash "appeared out of nowhere. Ramirez said he struggled to free himself and his wife from their seat belts.
Ramirez said his wife suffered a dislocated knee. Officials were investigating a range of possible causes and looking into reports that Aires Flight was hit by lightning before the crash, Colombian Air Force Col. A gust of wind? The investigation will say," Barrero said by telephone from San Andres. Aviation experts agreed it was too early to speculate. Voss said a "sudden shift in wind direction can cause the aircraft to suddenly lose a lot of lift and end up landing short of the runway.
Tascon , the civil aviation official, said San Andres Airport is not equipped with sophisticated equipment such as Doppler radar, which is used in many U.
Larry Cornman , a physicist who studies wind shear and turbulence at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado , said he doubted lightning alone would be enough to bring down an aircraft. The airline said at least five U. Embassy in Colombia said four Americans and one U. It said in a Twitter posting that it was "working and investigating with the aeronautical authorities to determine the causes.
Boeing said the wrecked jet left the factory in It was not clear whether Aires was the first operator. Both the ships, measuring at least metres in length, developed cracks following the collision.
A senior Coast Guard official said on condition of that the spill was "significant" but claimed the situation was "under control". The Indian Coast Guard on Aug. Six vessels from Indian Coast Guard are working to contain the oil spill and to prevent any environmental disaster. The coast guard said the vessel is carrying 2, tons of fuel, tons of diesel fuel and 88, liters of lube oil.
The oil spill could be seen for miles, officials said. A total of 1, containers were aboard. Dasila said by phone. Traffic remains suspended at Mumbai harbor. This Proud Vessel Is Dying. He said so far, containers have gone overside into the water. Exceptions to this ultimate freedom granted by the U. Constitution have traditionally been been limited only by travel into military bases, hazardous material areas and temporary areas of natural disaster.
Any other transit hindrances or obstacles were quickly addressed and cleared by the U. Americans are an independent bunch -- and our roads lead everywhere without restriction. To learn that transportation within the southern quarter of an American state and within some of America 's own national parks has become warning restricted is unacceptable.
Worse, recent announcements from Mexican Drug Cartels warn that " their trerritory " is now South of U. Interstate 8 Across The State of Arizona. These Are From The U.
Bureau of Land Management. If This Were , The U. No, She's Just Been Smashed! For July 21 A split-second after the picture was taken the 30ft-long whale slammed into the deck, snapping the steel mast like a twig and crushing the coach roof and side rigging.
Southern Rights, an endangered species, can grow up to 50ft long and weigh 60 tons, so this one was probably a youngster. Mr Mothes and his girlfriend and business partner Paloma Werner , 50, took cover as the whale thrashed about on deck before slipping back into the water. The pair were thankful that they were aboard a steel-hulled training yacht, which didn't suffer any structural damage. A fibreglass vessel would have been destroyed.
The incident happened at Hermanus , a popular destination around 80 miles east of Cape Town. Recalling their close call with the forces of nature, Miss Werner said: The whale was about the same size as the boat. Then suddenly it was right up beside us. We were very lucky to get through it, as the sheer weight of the thing was huge.
It brought down the rigging too. The shaken couple, who are experienced seafarers with the Cape Town Sailing Academy , used their engine to get back to shore in Table Bay. There were reports that the whale had been harassed by pleasure craft before it leapt onto the Intrepid.
An inflatable craft had been seen driving close to the animal moments before the incident. But experts say the young whale was more likely inexperienced with human contact and didn't know the yacht, which had its engine turned off, was there. Whales are a common sight in the Atlantic Ocean off the Western Cape coast at this time of year as they come near the shore to breed. Thousands of tourists flock to the region's seaside resorts every year to spot the mammals during the South African winter from June to November.
Witnesses at the popular Hermanus seaside resort - about 80 miles east of Cape Town - said the whale appeared agitated and was slapping its tail on the water.
But whale expert Meredith Thornton said this is a way the animals communicate with each other. Miss Werner said she first saw the whale when it was about m away. It breached once and, before they knew it, the whale was a mere 10m from their yacht.
Witnesses said the whale had been seen hitting it's tail on the water, and many thought it was being aggressive. But Ms Thorton said the whale was probably 'lob-tailing' in order to communicate with other whales. After the incident, Mothes and Werner surveyed the damage to their yacht.
We didn't know if the whale was coming back. They managed to turn the engine on and made it back to the marina without assistance. Ms Thornton said the whale was probably not badly injured, adding: It's definitely feeling it today. After thrashing about on deck, the whale then slipped back into the water and left the scene of the collision.
Mr Mothes and his girlfriend Paloma Werner were left with a broken mast and trashed yacht. They managed to make it back to the marina. Never before has this Bridge Loan concept been used to save lives. But filling a physical gap by a brief life support is truly a Bridge Loan. Once Again -- Ship Happened! We reordered the time sequence of these photo to demonstrate a natural progression toward collision. The later time stamped photos are after the vessels were separated.
Boeing Field Rescue crews were forced to cut off the roof of the tanker to free the driver. The driver is 23 years old. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center. The Gulfstream had a total of six occupants, including pilot and co-pilot, both of whom are from Van Nuys , California. Pictures by Jeremy Lindgren. The Master reported that the crew had been forced to abandon ship as a result of the collision, but are all safe and sound with no injuries, having been picked up by a nearby vessel, the MV Sinara.
At the time of its sinking, the vessel had around tons of fuel oil and about 70 tons of diesel oil left in its tanks. An oil slick approximately 5, meters long and 1, meters wide has been observed, and Chinese authorities are taking the necessary countermeasures. The other vessel involved in the collision is a Liberian flagged 27, dwt bulker, the MV Sea Success. The all Chinese crew of this vessel also abandoned their ship.
The vessel was initially reported to be afloat and drifting and we have no report of whether the MV Sea Success is still drifting or has also sunk. Thanks to Stuart Scott for correcting our original vessel identification error. The April Fools Visit " Saint. The Nicholas, which saw combat in the first Gulf War , returned fire and disabled the vessel.
Navy personnel later boarded and detained three suspects. The Americans found two more bandits on a nearby mothership and later sank the skiff. The five could be charged with piracy and tried in the United States. The attack took place between the coast of Kenya and the island nation of Seychelles. The task of protecting merchant vessels becomes increasingly more difficult as piirates continue to expand the area of risk.
Navy guided missal frigate Nicholas [FFG 47] was fired upon in the dark shortly after midnight local time Thursday April 1 by several boats of suspected Somali pirates. The attack took place off shore of the Seychelles Islands in the Indian Ocean. Not to be outdone, the Nicholas returned fire sinking atleast one boat and capturing a "mother ship". Five suspects are currently being held aboard the Nicholas awaiting disposition. Maybe they can claim it was just an "April fools joke" at their trial.
Somali Pirates In The Attack! The Navy has taken at least 21 suspected pirates since March 31 in the violence-plagued waters off Somalia and nearby regions, where U. A statement by the U. Navy said the suspected pirates began shooting at the amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland just before dawn, at 5: All six people on board were rescued and taken aboard the Ashland.
The Ashland suffered no injuries or damage in the second recent attack on a U. On April 1, the frigate USS Nicholas exchanged fire with a suspected pirate vessel west of the Seychelles , sinking their skiff and confiscating a mother ship. Five suspected pirates were captured.
The Navy said it was reviewing "multiple options" on the suspects' fates. They could be charged with piracy and tried in the United States. From The Cargo Letter - April 3 A vessel aground on the Great Barrier Reef and leaking oil is in danger of breaking apart.
She is carrying tons of heavy fuel oil and 65, tons of coal. There isa call for compulsory pilots on ships along the Queensland coast, A spokeswoman for Queensland Premier Anna Bligh said the use of pilots was one measure Maritime Safety Queensland was already considering at the time of this event. While the volume of fuel spilt so far is small, there is a risk of further leaks, particularly during efforts to refloat the ship.
As a result of the grounding, the fuel tanks of the vessel were punctured, allowing fuel oil to leak from the vessel. It is feared that the ship may break in two.
It covers about , square kilometers, much of which is administered as a marine reserve. Seems we're going on that ride again here in Oz - a bulk carrier fully loaded this time has run aground. She's leaking bunker oil and apparently showing signs of breaking in two already. To really top it all off, it's right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. I swear these ships have an attraction to World-Heritage listed national parks. I can understand Captain Cook hitting the reef in but there's really no excuse for these turkeys.
That master will have some heavy explaining to do All the local news sources have coverage, this one has some raw helicopter footage: My own days on The Great Barrier Reef were likely the summit of my nature experiences. Modern navigation easily avoids this. Anything short of true mechanical failure is a crime.
Of Course it is. John Harbour called a "rather silly mistake," they turned around and fled. EU Naval Force personnel tracked down the two skiffs and a third suspected mothership, finding ammunition and rocket-propelled grenades on board, said Cmdr. The two skiffs were destroyed, and the 20 pirates were set free on the mothership after it had been cleared of weapons. The EU Naval Force has disrupted 11 pirate attack groups off the coast of East Africa over the past two weeks as part of a more offensive mindset to stop pirate attacks, Harbour said.
Experts say piracy will continue to be a problem until an effective government is established on Somalia 's lawless shores. It has not had a functioning government since a socialist dictatorship dissolved into civil war 19 years ago. The current administration is too busy fighting an Islamic insurgency to tackle the well-armed and well-funded pirate bases along its 1,mile 3,kilometer coastline.
The London -based International Maritime Bureau says Somali pirates captured 47 vessels last year and launched attacks.