I’ll also admit that a turbodiesel (with a variable geometry turbo) that makes 240 lb-ft of torque (90 percent of which is available between 1,500 and 3,250 rpm) is pretty great. But honestly, how much is a crossover buyer going to care about an extra 37.
This morning, Gizmodo filed a lawsuit against the FBI seeking access to any files it holds on Roger Ailes, the one-time chief executive of Fox News. Gizmodo sought access to the records under the Freedom of Information Act on May 18, the day Ailes was.
By the way, can you name the last Giants position player other than Bonds to start an All-Star Game? Answer at the end. Notebook on Huff and game story will be online soon, I’m sure. Please check back for those. The San Jose Giants can do no wrong.
Evolutionary biologists have never known what to make of viruses, arguing over their origins for decades. But a newly discovered group of giant viruses, called Klosneuviruses, could be a 'missing link' that helps to settle the debate — or provoke even.
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In truth, the Titan’s 5.0-liter turbodiesel V8 isn’t new and that’s just how 3/4-ton shoppers like it. Cummins basically took its ISV5.0 school bus engine and removed the variable geometry single turbo. In its place, Cummins put in a new twin.
Blair Kamin has been the Chicago Tribune’s architecture critic since 1992. A graduate of Amherst College and the Yale University School of Architecture, he has also been a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. The.
Greenland’s been in the news lately, what with cracking off an iceberg as big as Manhattan, and having a huge burst of melting due to unusual warm air ridges squatting over it. [Click to hugely englacienate.] Note the scale; the image is about 45 km (27.
An answer without evidence is no answer “God did it” explains ... I first heard the TAG argument when it was given as a challenge by Matt Slick during a live radio interview six years ago. (Here’s a tip: a radio interview is not the best place.