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My house stands on a neighbourhood corner in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It’s been here for 100 years. My husband and I are only the third family to own this house, but the original land was inhabited by people from the Sac and Fox Nation. This community nestled by the Cedar River has been home to people for centuries.But in 2008, Cedar Rapids was completely underwater, and so was this house. The river crested at over 31 feet. The National Guard arrived in helicopters to evacuate residents in the middle of the night. It took weeks for the floodwater to go down and for power and plumbing to be restored. In the aftermath, whole neighbourhoods were completely wiped out and deemed uninhabitable. The flood of 2008 was considered one of the worst natural disasters the United States had ever seen. This house was one of the lucky ones, and the family who owned it before us restored it and moved back in. Over time, our nearby Main Street was rebuilt. It took about six years, but eventually our city got back on its feet. We’re told that one day a permanent flood wall shielding the city will keep the water in the Cedar River’s banks. After a decade-long battle for federal funding, a full flood control system for Cedar Rapids is projected to be completed by 2034.My husband and I bought this house in 2015. We love the original woodwork, the big backyard and its towering trees. But in September 2016, the house and the city of Cedar Rapids almost went completely underwater again. This time the community knew what deep water could look like. Troops arrived early to build an emergency natural berm to fortify the riverbank. Citizens sandbagged every building that flooded back in 2008. We refused to lose it all a second time. We worked through the nights stacking sandbags. We emptied out the businesses on the Main Street. We carried every single book out of my favourite little bookstore and cleared basements for blocks and blocks in a matter of days. There was just so much to save. We ate all the food in our fridges as we prepared to lose power. We braced ourselves. The day came when the National Guard issued an evacuation order, the second time in less than a decade. Uniformed troops set up camp in our front yard, monitoring the perimeter of the flood zone. If your house was in the flood zone, they told you to leave town. My husband and I packed a bag and left. I will never forget how orange and pink and purple the sunset was the night we drove away from Cedar Rapids. That next week, I watched the river rise every morning from drone camera footage streaming on Facebook Live. I scanned the grainy feed for a glimpse of my house. The river rose to its second-highest recorded level, but the emergency berm held a lot of the water back. There was some damage to businesses closest to the river, but my house and much of the neighbourhood stayed dry. Within a week the evacuation order was lifted, power restored, and the community began to slowly reopen. So why write about the flooding now, after four years have gone by? Because on August 10, our city was hit with its third “once in a lifetime” climate disaster in just 12 years. We were pummelled by a Category 4 windstorm called a derecho ― or sometimes a “land hurricane.” The winds blew 140mph. This time there was no warning. My husband was out on a bike ride. One minute I was working from our home office, and the next minute the sky went dark as night. I looked to my right and saw a tree — the little oak I planted on the first Earth Day we lived in this house — lift and fly right out of the ground, zipping horizontally through the air like an arrow.I grabbed my cat and dog and we took cover in the basement. Upstairs the whole house shook violently. I heard breaking glass and rattling doors. There was crash after crash as trees fell. I wasn’t sure if the house above my head would still be there when we came above ground. I didn’t know if my husband would be safe or not. I threw up down the front of my shirt.When we finally came above ground again, all I heard was emergency sirens. There were power lines down on every block. Power lines down in my backyard. People running everywhere. A massive gridlock of cars on our usually quiet neighbourhood street. Every major tree was blasted to pieces. I saw trees on houses, trees on cars. Inside our house, a window had shattered and a whole door blew in. I still had puke on my shirt, but I put on a pair of gloves and started to pick up the glass. I got a text from my husband. He was safe. The next morning, we heard that another cyclist didn’t make it home from the storm.We are one of the richest countries in the world, and this week I met fellow Iowans who were sleeping in buildings that looked like a bomb had destroyed them.Our community remains in crisis. There are 75 square miles of devastating damage to homes and businesses. Thirty-four schools suffered damage, and all Cedar Rapids Community Schools are closed until September 21. A quarter of a million people went without power for over a week during a pandemic. So much food rotted in fridges. Some people couldn’t plug in their oxygen tanks.We have seen incredible grassroots efforts to provide aid. There are people dragging coolers door-to-door carrying ice, water and fruit. There are citizen-led food banks and cookouts and relief efforts. But it’s not enough, and we’re relying too heavily on the people with the fewest resources to provide crucial aid, rather than demanding that support from the government. We are one of the richest countries in the world, and this week I met fellow Iowans who were sleeping in buildings that looked like a bomb had destroyed them, not sure where their next meal would come from. As the Democratic National Convention started, I was trying to organise a food drive for 150 of my neighbours who didn’t know how they would eat the next day, all while sleeping in a tent in my backyard without power or the internet. There is a lot going on in our country, and I want to care about things like the election and the stripping of the U.S. Postal Service, and even the warming of the planet that caused this mess. And in my normally quite privileged life, I think about these concerns a lot. But that night, the twin devils of the climate emergency and public austerity measures had caused real, urgent, human problems for my neighbours, and all I could think about is how to get them fed. The climate emergency is not something in our future; it is something that it is upon us right now. After every disaster, I’m sure this will be “the one” where our voices are heard, where people in power will actually help. Every time I am disappointed.City leaders were slow to call in the National Guard. It took Gov. Kim Reynolds six days to send in the disaster declaration paperwork, rather than submitting a faster abbreviated request, as she compiled a preliminary damage assessment. All the while Linn County residents were without power or completely unhoused. President Donald Trump visited Cedar Rapids for a few hours eight days after the storm hit. He did not leave the Eastern Iowa Airport. He initially approved only $45million of the $4.99billion requested in Federal Emergency Management Agency funding for our state, which did not include aid for those whose homes were destroyed or for the damage to farms. On Aug. 20, he approved additional relief for Linn County but all the other FEMA requests are still being assessed. It’s unacceptable. I want my elected officials to respond to the climate crisis with the energy and compassion that our volunteers, grassroots organisers and nonprofits do. I want elected officials to take care of our communities as urgently as the people dragging coolers down the street, the neighbours who won’t sleep until they’re sure others have something to eat tonight.If we mobilize now ... maybe we can build a society that doesn’t crumble when the storms inevitably come.As well as demanding meaningful government help to get communities scarred by climate disasters back on their feet, we need action to tackle the root causes of this cascading climate crisis. We must demand that politicians use their huge resources and influence to fight for a Green New Deal to save people and the planet, before it is too late. I’m not promising we can hold back all the future storms, but if we mobilise now to tackle the ways the climate emergency and economic inequality are tied together, maybe we can build a society that doesn’t crumble when the storms inevitably come.It will cost our nation billions, if not trillions, of dollars to recover from the natural disasters we’re experiencing just this week in the United States. As we rebuild our communities, we must rebuild them in a way that is democratically controlled and not exploitative. We must rebuild a robust society that can care for its people through extreme climates. Our communities need strong investment in weatherisation, modernised public infrastructure and disaster preparedness.People deserve safety and protection ― it’s part of the social construct we created with our government. We must also keep front and centre the ways these crises are compounded by economic inequality and public austerity. It is crucial that as we fight back against the climate emergency and all its storms, we create good, green jobs that pay a living wage. We must invest in our communities and people as well. People deserve health care, accessible public transit, clean running water, fresh air and a place to rest their heads at night. This storm and other storms like it all across the globe put those basic human rights in jeopardy. But we can do something about it. Some people might ask, why do we live here in Iowa if the disasters keep coming? I ask, why do people live anywhere? I live in this house by the Cedar River because it is my dream house. Because it’s been here 100 years. Because a man built the woodwork by hand. Because I have all the skeleton keys to all the original doors. Because the woman who lived here before me raised three kids here. Because they planted an apple tree in the backyard.We’re just one family in half a billion who will face this question about the places they live in the coming years. On our current trajectory, by 2050, South Vietnam, Bangkok, Dubai, Melbourne, Miami, New Orleans, Dhaka, New York City, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, Tokyo and Venice — just to name a few — will be subject to routine massive flooding, intense heat and “once in a lifetime” climate events that will make those places increasingly uninhabitable. The disaster is already upon us. Ask those in Iowa whose homes have been destroyed and are still sleeping in tents. Ask those in California facing down wildfires whose smoke can be seen as far away as Minnesota. Ask those in Texas and Louisiana in the path of Hurricane Laura. I don’t want to live through another climate-driven emergency in six years, and I don’t want you to go through it either, wherever you live. But these conditions will reach a breaking point well within my lifetime. These are the crucial years to fight back. This article first appeared on HuffPost PersonalHuffPost’s “This New World” series is funded by Partners for a New Economy and the Kendeda Fund. All content is editorially independent, with no influence or input from the foundations. If you have an idea or tip for the editorial series, send an email to [email protected] from HuffPost UK Personal Black Teens Like Me Have The Future In Our Hands. Here’s What We Must Do With It In Retail, You Get Used To Abuse. But This Pandemic Is A Whole New Level I’m Agoraphobic. This Is How I’m Coping With Lockdown Ending
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It zipped past our planet at 37 miles per second
Many CEOs at the world's most valuable tech companies rely on No. 2 executives to help them get the job done.  Some of these execs may go on to run the company one day, while others may leave for big opportunities somewhere else.  For example, top executives like Sheryl Sandberg and Ted Sarandos are second-in-command at Facebook and Netflix, respectively.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Life at the top of the world's most valuable tech companies isn't easy. For CEOs at companies like Apple or Amazon, it means long days and a lot of pressure.  Luckily, most CEOs don't go it alone: they have a second-in-command, a high-level executive who may shoulder some of that burden. Some of these execs may go on to run the company one day — others may leave for big opportunities elsewhere.  Some chief executives seem to run their companies singlehandedly, like Tesla's Elon Musk. Others, like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, appear to lean on the support of their No. 2. In the case of Amazon, a reshuffling in 2021 will bring in a new executive reporting directly to chief Jeff Bezos. Here's a closer look at the people behind the CEOs of some of the world's most valuable tech companies. SEE ALSO: The most unusual, extravagant ways tech executives like Larry Ellison and Elon Musk have spent their money There are two CEOs who report directly to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos: Andy Jassy and Dave Clark. Who they are: Andy Jassy serves as chief executive of AWS; Dave Clark will be the global consumer chief executive In current position since: 2016 and 2021 What they do: Jassy has been at Amazon since the company's early days and currently oversees AWS, Amazon's cloud computing business. Jassy is said to be one of Bezos' most trusted advisers. Clark will assume the role of consumer chief in early 2021, replacing Jeff Wilke, who announced he's retiring from Amazon in the first quarter. Wilke was considered the second-most-important person at the company, heading up Amazon's entire retail side.  Clark, who has been at Amazon since 1999, has been leading the Amazon's logistics business. He's been lauded as a visionary leader who had garnered loyal support within Amazon's ranks.  Apple CEO Tim Cook works closely with Jeff Williams, who is said to be his heir apparent. Who he is: Apple's chief operating officer In current position since: 2015 What he does: Williams is widely considered the second-most important person working at Apple and "the closest thing at the company to Tim Cook." He currently leads all of Apple's operations globally and oversees its customer support. Williams was in charge of the development of the Apple Watch, and currently oversees Apple's design team leaders after the departure of Jony Ive.  Jeremi Gorman works closely with Evan Spiegel to run Snap. Who she is: Chief business officer at Snap In current position since: 2018 What she does: Gorman was considered a crucial hire when she joined Snap to build out Snap's business strategy. She has worked to simplify the company's approach to its ad business and refocused the company on its Gen Z audience.  Gorman worked at Amazon for six years before joining Snap, overseeing the international expansion of the company's ad business.  Mark Zuckerberg relies on Sheryl Sandberg for most aspects of Facebook's business that aren't related to product. Who she is: Chief operating officer at Facebook In current position since: 2008 What she does: Sandberg was brought into Facebook in 2008 to be the "adult in the room," charged with growing the company's revenue and ad business — essentially, taking over everything that wasn't product-related. Since then, Sandberg has become a public face of the company, using that to spread her message of women's empowerment but also acting as an ambassador of sorts after Facebook has been rocked by scandal after scandal. According to a new book by Wired's Steven Levy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg now plans to take a more active role in aspects of the business that were formerly Sandberg's domain, like policy and content moderation.  Marc Benioff still leads Salesforce, but Keith Block and Bret Taylor have both risen through the ranks. Who they are: Chief operating officer In current position since: 2019 What they do: Taylor joined Salesforce after his startup, Quip, was acquired by Salesforce in 2016. Since then, he's worked his way through the ranks, becoming COO in 2019.  Ted Sarandos has become one of Hollywood's most important moguls, taking on a co-CEO title in 2020. Who he is: Chief content office and co-chief executive officer at Netflix In current position since: 2000 and 2020, respectively What he does: Sarandos has been at Netflix for 20 years and currently oversees acquisition and creation of movies and TV series for the streaming giant. He's one of the highest-paid executives at Netflix, earning as much as CEO Reed Hastings did in 2019. These days, Sarandos is one of the most powerful people in the entertainment world, landing major deals with everyone from Shonda Rhimes to Ryan Murphy to Barack and Michelle Obama.  In July 2020, Netflix announced it has appointed Sarandos co-CEO and named him to the company's board of directors.  Neal Mohan is YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki's No. 2. Who he is: Chief product officer at YouTube In current position since: 2015 What he does: Mohan has been at Google since 2008, overseeing Google's display and video ads business before becoming YouTube's product head in 2015. These days, Mohan has perhaps the hardest job at the company: He's in charge of clearing hate speech, exploitation, and extremism off of YouTube. Mohan was reportedly tasked by Wojcicki with figuring out how to safeguard the service going forward, and appears to be taking on a bigger role in defining the future of the platform.  Google just went through a shake-up of its own, with Sundar Pichai taking the reins of the whole company. Ruth Porat currently serves as the company's CFO. Who she is: Chief financial officer at Google In current position since: 2015 What she does: Porat has served as Alphabet CFO since 2015, overseeing the finances of Google's parent company. She guided the company through its corporate restructuring and helped get the company's spending under control. Before joining Alphabet, Porat was widely considered the most powerful woman on Wall Street. But in December, Alphabet dropped a bombshell when it announced that CEO Larry Page and President Sergey Brin, Google's founders, were leaving the company and placing Google CEO Sundar Pichai in charge. Since then, no clear second-in-command has emerged, though Porat remains one of the most powerful people at the company. 
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On 16 August, an asteroid came to within 1,830 miles of our planet, making it the closest known non-impacting asteroid on record.
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Thing was the size of a car, moved at 12km/sec, missed us by just 2,950km A space rock the size of a sports utility vehicle zoomed within 2,950km of Earth over the weekend.…
NASA may have updated its plan to protect the planet from asteroid strikes, but a space rock the size of a pickup truck zipped past the planet at a distance of approximately 1,830 miles on Sunday, the closest ever recorded. And the space agency didn't see it until after it happened.
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An asteroid the size of a car flew within about 1,830 miles of Earth this weekend — closer than any known space rock has ever come without crashing into the planet. A NASA-funded program detected the asteroid, called 2020 QG, six hours after its close approach. If the asteroid had hit Earth, it probably would have exploded in the atmosphere in an airburst too high up to do any damage on the ground. But the near miss highlights a major blind spot in Earth's programs to search for dangerous asteroids. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A car-sized asteroid flew within about 1,830 miles (2,950 kilometers) of Earth on Sunday. That's a remarkably close shave — the closest ever recorded, in fact, according to asteroid trackers and a catalog compiled by Sormano Astronomical Observatory in Italy.  Because of its size, the space rock likely wouldn't have posed any danger to people on the ground had it struck our planet. But the close call is worrisome nonetheless, since astronomers had no idea the asteroid existed until after it passed by. "The asteroid approached undetected from the direction of the sun," Paul Chodas, the director of NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies, told Business Insider. "We didn't see it coming." Instead, the Palomar Observatory in California first detected the space rock about six hours after it flew by Earth. Chodas confirmed the record-breaking nature of the event: "Yesterday's close approach is closest on record, if you discount a few known asteroids that have actually impacted our planet," he said. NASA knows about only a fraction of near-Earth objects (NEOs) like this one. Many do not cross any telescope's line of sight, and several potentially dangerous asteroids have snuck up on scientists in recent years. If the wrong one slipped through the gaps in our NEO-surveillance systems, it could kill tens of thousands of people.  2020 QG flew over the Southern Hemisphere This recent near-Earth asteroid was initially called ZTF0DxQ but is now formally known to astronomers as 2020 QG. Business Insider first learned about it from Tony Dunn, the creator of the website "Newly-discovered asteroid ZTF0DxQ passed less than 1/4 Earth diameter yesterday, making it the closest-known flyby that didn't hit our planet," Dunn tweeted on Monday. He shared the animation below, republished here with permission. The sped-up simulation shows the approximate orbital path of 2020 QG as it careened by at a speed of about 7.7 miles per second (12.4 kilometers per second) or about 27,600 mph. Early observations suggest the space rock flew over the Southern Hemisphere just before 4 a.m. Universal Time on Sunday (just before midnight ET on Saturday). The animation above shows 2020 QG flying over the Southern Ocean near Antarctica. However, the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center calculated a slightly different trajectory. The group's rendering (shown at the beginning of this story), suggests the asteroid flew over the Pacific Ocean hundreds of miles east of Australia. Not dangerous, but definitely not welcome As far as space rocks go, 2020 QG wasn't too dangerous. Telescope observations suggest the object is between 6 feet (2 meters) and 18 feet (5.5 meters) wide — somewhere between the size of a small car and an extended pickup truck. But even if it was on the largest end of that spectrum and made of dense iron, only small pieces of such an asteroid may have reached the ground, according to the "Impact Earth" simulator from Purdue University and Imperial College London. Such an asteroid would have exploded in the atmosphere, creating a brilliant fireball and unleashing an airburst equivalent to detonating a couple dozen kilotons of TNT. That's about the same as one of the atomic bombs the US dropped on Japan in 1945. But the airburst would have happened about 2 or 3 miles above the ground, so it wouldn't have sounded any louder than heavy traffic to people on the ground. This doesn't make the asteroid's discovery much less unnerving, though — it does not take a huge space rock to create a big problem. Take, for example, the roughly 66-foot-wide (20-meter) asteroid that exploded without warning over Chelyabinsk, Russia, in February 2013. That space rock created a superbolide event, unleashing an airburst equivalent to 500 kilotons of TNT — about 30 Hiroshima nuclear bombs' worth of energy. The explosion, which began about 12 miles (20 kilometers) above Earth, resulted in a blast wave that shattered windows in six Russian cities and injured about 1,500 people. And in July 2019, a 427-foot (130-meter) asteroid called 2019 OK passed within 45,000 miles (72,400 kilometers) of our planet, or less than 20% of the distance between Earth and the moon. Astronomers detected that rock less than a week before its closest approach, leading one scientist to tell The Washington Post that the asteroid essentially appeared "out of nowhere." In an unlikely direct hit to a city, such an asteroid might kill tens of thousands of people. NASA is actively looking for dangerous space rocks, as Congress has required it to do since 2005. However, the agency is mandated to detect only 90% of "city killer" space rocks larger than about 460 feet (140 meters) in diameter. In May 2019, NASA said it had found less than half of the estimated 25,000 objects of that size or larger. And of course, that doesn't count smaller rocks such as the Chelyabinsk and 2019 OK asteroids. Objects that come from the direction of the sun, meanwhile — like 2020 QG — are basically impossible to spot. "There's not much we can do about detecting inbound asteroids coming from the sunward direction, as asteroids are detected using optical telescopes only (like ZTF), and we can only search for them in the night sky," Chodas said. "The idea is that we discover them on one of their prior passages by our planet, and then make predictions years and decades in advance to see whether they have any possibility of impacting." NASA has a plan to address these gaps in its asteroid-hunting program. The agency is in the early stages of developing a space telescope that could detect asteroids and comets coming from the sun's direction. NASA's 2020 budget allotted nearly $36 million for that telescope, called the Near-Earth Object Surveillance Mission. If funding continues, it could launch as early as 2025.SEE ALSO: 16 plutonium-powered space missions shaping our understanding of space — including the NASA rover that will search for alien life on Mars DON'T MISS: NASA added 6 HD video cameras to its next Mars rover so we can all watch the first footage of a spacecraft landing on another planet Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: NASA's 5-step plan for when it discovers a giant, killer asteroid headed straight for Earth
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Apple has launched the public beta for its watchOS 7 software update coming this fall, meaning you can try out the new features before they officially debut. The watchOS 7 update, which Apple announced in June, will bring sleep tracking, automatic hand-washing detection, and new workout options to the Apple Watch. To install the update, you must first update your iPhone to the iOS 14 beta. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple's next big software update for the Apple Watch doesn't launch until the fall, but for the first time Apple is letting watch owners try it early. Apple on Monday launched the public beta for watchOS 7, which will bring new features like sleep tracking, new workout types, and the ability to share custom watch faces with others to the Apple Watch when it debuts this fall. It's the first time Apple is offering a public beta program for the Apple Watch, after several years of doing so for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. To install an early version of the software on your Apple Watch, you must first make sure that the iPhone it's paired with is updated to the iOS 14 beta. It's also important to remember that you cannot roll your Apple Watch back to a previously-released software version once you decide to install the watchOS 7 beta. Then, navigate to Apple's beta program website on the iPhone that your Apple Watch is paired with and follow the instructions under the watchOS tab. You may be asked to log into this website with your Apple ID.  Once you've downloaded and installed the configuration profile for watchOS 7 on your paired iPhone by following Apple's instructions, the next step is to update your Apple Watch. If you have automatic updates turned on, this should happen automatically. But you can manually check for updates by opening the Watch app on your iPhone, tapping "My Watch," then pressing "General," and choosing "Software Update." You can also turn on automatic updates from here if you haven't already done so.  Apple's watchOS 7 update will bring new additions that address two of the watch's shortcomings compared to rivals like Fitbit: native sleep tracking and more customization when it comes to watch faces. With the update, the Apple Watch will use sensors like the accelerometer to gather data about how much sleep you get each night. Previously, you had to install a third-party app to measure your sleep with the Apple Watch. Brands and app makers will also be able to offer custom watch faces through the App Store and other channels like their websites, offering the closest alternative to third-party watch faces that the Apple Watch has ever had.  Otherwise, the update will also bring features like hand-washing detection to certain watch models, new complications, and workout tracking for activities like dance and core training.  SEE ALSO: Now is the worst time to buy an Apple Watch Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What it takes to be a PGA Tour caddie