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2015/07/01 15:09
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At a Russian Academy of Science meeting in March, Vladimir Yakunin, the 66-year-old head of Russian Railways, unveiled detailed plans for what may seem like an impossible infrastructure project....
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2015/07/01 01:17
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Mystery sea creature washes up on Russian beach The mysterious giant sea creature found in Russia. Picture: Siberian TimesSource: Supplied USUALLY when a sea creature washes ashore it is a whale or...
2015/06/29 22:28
2015/06/29 22:28
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Conference highlights a bright future for Antarctic researchTuesday, 30 June 2015, 9:30 amPress Release: Antarctica New ZealandConference highlights a bright future for Antarctic researchThis week,...
2015/06/29 18:39
2015/06/29 18:39
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In the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica, climate warming is creating wetter conditions that are changing the soil in this climate-sensitive ecosystem. Previous studies have shown that carbon dioxide...
2015/06/29 06:27
2015/06/29 06:27
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... just lie around inside, eating comfort food instead of summer salads. But could exposure to the cold help counteract our tendency to stack on extra kilos beneath our winter...
2015/06/25 18:56
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... Saudi Arabia appear oddly allied in recent weeks. What happens when two nations, that together account for more than fourth quarter of global oil production, begin collaborating on future...
2015/06/25 13:44
2015/06/25 13:44
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... investigating a cold case," said Gerald Holdsworth, a glaciologist and member of The Arctic Institute of North America at the University of Calgary. The crash involves a Norseman...
Read more at The Columbian, PhysOrg
2015/06/24 09:34
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... Oculus Rift, founded by a college dropout in his parents' garage. I'm jogging through an arctic wasteland: a barren, jagged landscape punctuated by precipitous cliff drops, perilous ice...
2015/06/21 06:18
2015/06/21 06:18
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From grubby dorm rooms to art galleries and museums, concert posters have told the story of rock 'n' roll over its nearly 70-year existence. But even as tastes and technology have changed, the best...
2015/06/19 23:39
2015/06/19 23:39
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The Conservative government, eager to demonstrate progress on what a Harper cabinet minister once called the “worst procurement in the history of Canada,” has taken delivery of the first six of 28...
2015/06/19 18:22
2015/06/19 18:22
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... investigating a cold case,” said Gerald Holdsworth, a glaciologist and member of The Arctic Institute of North America at the University of Calgary. The crash involves a Norseman...
2015/06/19 16:17
2015/06/19 16:17
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... blaming global warming on an unfair, fossil fuel-based industrial model that harms the poor most. Citing Scripture, his predecessors and bishops from around the world, the pope urged...
2015/06/18 12:27
2015/06/18 12:27
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CITY – Pope Francis called Thursday for a bold cultural revolution to correct what he calls the "structurally perverse" economic system of the rich exploiting the poor that is turning Earth...
2015/06/17 17:03
2015/06/17 17:03
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Offshore staff This is the world’s widest-ranging arctic expedition of the past 20 years, the company claims, supported by the Arctic Research and Design Center and the FSBI Arctic and Antarctic...
2015/06/17 15:03
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... CASEY, CBS News) -- Mars may have been cold and icy three or four billion years ago, rather than a warm and wet placed that could have supported alien life. That is the conclusion of a...
2015/06/17 08:48
2015/06/17 08:48
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This piece originally appeared on Recently, the Washington Post reported new data showing something most of us already sense: that increased polarization on Capitol Hill is due to the way the...
Read more at Salon.com, Op-Ed News
2015/06/16 07:34
2015/06/16 07:34
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ReutersSitting at the top of the Arctic food chain, polar bears are opportunistic predators that are also known to feed on small whales if the opportunity arises. Paris - Norwegian scientists have...
2015/06/15 08:38
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... bear was spotted preying on a white-beaked dolphin carcass that had been trapped in the ice in Svalbard, a group of Norwegian islands in the Arctic Ocean. Thanks to global warming...
2015/06/15 07:35
2015/06/15 07:35
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Marine researchers speculate noise pollution in the Pacific is disrupting whales’ vital abilities to hear and migrate – and driving them ashore at an alarming rate Six whales have washed ashore in...
2015/06/13 21:58
2015/06/13 21:58
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Climate Change Is to Blame Polar bears are carnivorous creatures, and no matter what animal they consume,the act of eating is likely to be gruesome. But the blood and bones in these pictures...
2015/07/01 15:09
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