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2015/05/05 19:42
2015/05/05 19:42
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... blamed for clogged car filters and nozzles, reduced or lost engine power and costly visits to the garage by Norwegian car owners? No, says the oil industry. But Professor Terese Løvås from the...
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2015/05/05 19:42
2015/05/05 19:42
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2015/05/04 11:10
2015/05/04 11:10
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... interests. So perhaps it was not surprising when he turned up last fall in this city on the edge of the Southern Ocean to put down a long-distance marker in another faraway region,...
2015/05/04 07:25
2015/05/04 07:25
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... chances to put names on UND med school beam University of North Dakota backers will have the opportunity to have their names permanently etched into the new medical school. University of...
2015/05/04 00:26
2015/05/04 00:26
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As the planet warms, the doors are being thrown open on a massive storehouse of carbon in the Arctic, warns University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography researcher Aron Stubbins. Stubbins...
2015/05/01 23:18
2015/05/01 23:18
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The cast and crew of "Pitch Perfect 2" are waiting to shoot a musical sequence in which Anna Kendrick and the rapper (once again) known as Snoop Dogg sing a Christmas duet. Except it's July. And it's...
2015/05/01 02:02
2015/05/01 02:02
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... of a bunch of recent and not-so-recent reading about Canadian politics, in particular the Harper government and how it controls information. Some of the books are pretty directly related...
2015/04/30 22:52
2015/04/30 22:52
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There is, in fact, some evidence that climate change is linked to more severe hurricanes, droughts and other weather disasters. First, the “worsening-storms scenario” has not in fact been debunked....
2015/04/30 18:44
2015/04/30 18:44
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One in six of the planet’s species will be lost forever to extinction if world leaders fail to take action on climate change, according to a new analysis. The stark warning on the scale of global...
2015/04/30 15:11
2015/04/30 15:11
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... recovered 15,500 gold and silver coins, 45 gold bars and hundreds of gold nuggets from the wreck of the SS Central America in a treasure hunt that initially struck pay dirt 28 years ago...
2015/04/30 13:41
2015/04/30 13:41
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Antarctic Ice Core Reveals How Climate Changes in North Atlantic Moved South Representing more than 68,000 years of climate history, data extracted from the core--a cylinder of ice that represents a...
2015/04/30 05:25
2015/04/30 05:25
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Just three Swedish institutions feature in the Times Higher Education’s '100 Under 50' rankings this year, and all suffered significant drops. Forty-year-old Linköping University in southern Sweden...
2015/04/29 12:08
2015/04/29 12:08
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Travis Paterson Black Press They call it “The Blob,” and it’s threatening to change marine habitats off the coast of B.C. and Alaska. The Blob is an anomaly of nutrient-poor, warm water, the likes...
2015/04/28 15:37
2015/04/28 15:37
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Blooming algae could lead to 20% more warming in the Arctic Blooms of algae in the Arctic Ocean could add a previously unsuspected warming feedback to the mix of factors driving temperatures in the...
2015/04/28 11:32
2015/04/28 11:32
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... than 250,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel. AT JUST 20, Sarah Close is already one of the biggest music stars the Isle of Wight has ever produced. But unless you're a YouTube viewer,...
2015/04/28 10:48
2015/04/28 10:48
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Bayswater Power Station in the Hunter Valley Photo: Glen McCurtayne Australia should aim to reach "near-zero" carbon emissions by 2040 as the country's contribution to global efforts to limit...
2015/04/27 18:13
2015/04/27 18:13
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This launch stunt, referencing the 1986 Chicago-set comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, was designed to position the hotel as naughty, relaxed, a place to play hooky. How you respond to the Virgin Hotel...
2015/04/27 17:21
2015/04/27 17:21
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Global warming IS making our weather worse and man-made emissions are to blame for 75% of extreme heatwaves, claims study Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich modelled...
2015/04/27 16:39
2015/04/27 16:39
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Improved safety management and further collaboration between experts is required to minimise the risk of flooding at coastal nuclear plants in Europe. In 2005, Europe was exposed to a potential risk...
2015/04/27 14:42
2015/04/27 14:42
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University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography researcher Aron Stubbins is part of a team investigating how ancient carbon, locked away in Arctic permafrost for thousands of years, is now...
2015/04/24 22:08
2015/04/24 22:08
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Russia is already having an impact on Arctic relations,” says Malte Humpert, executive director of The Arctic Institute, in an interview. He cites the collapse of the Arctic oil development deal...
2015/05/05 19:42
2015/05/05 19:42
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