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A 'weather bomb' named Doris batters the UK

A large and rapidly intensifying storm struck northern Ireland and the UK on Thursday, plastering some areas with snow and bringing widespread wind gusts approaching or exceeding hurricane..

So-so “Rock Dog” settles into a groove

Too lackluster to be praised highly, yet too benign to be excoriated, “Rock Dog” is the perfect family film for a rainy day with no other options. If all of the above sounds like faint praise, then..

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News video: Harvard scientists pledge to bring back 'woolly mammoth' from extinction within two years

Harvard scientists pledge to bring back 'woolly mammoth' from extinction within two years 00:59

"Woolly mammoths" could be brought back from extinction within two years, the scientists behind a groundbreaking resurrection project has said. World-renowned geneticist Prof George Church and his team..
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News video: History of the American Bison at the Journey Museum

History of the American Bison at the Journey Museum

History of the American Bison at the Journey Museum
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News video: Potential Ocmulgee Monument Expansion

Potential Ocmulgee Monument Expansion

An expansion for the Ocmulgee National Monument could bring in more revenue and more jobs to Middle Georgia.
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News video: Furry Friends- This sweet Taffy needs a new home

Furry Friends- This sweet Taffy needs a new home

Taffy is ready for adoption at the SPCA of Martinsville and Henry County.
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News video: Outrageous Valentine's Day Gifts - Table Talk - 1-30

Outrageous Valentine's Day Gifts - Table Talk - 1-30

Outrageous Valentine's Day Gifts - Table Talk - 1-30
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Here's what the Ice Age tells us about future sea level rise

A new study on an ancient ice sheet may hold important clues about our planet's future. The research focuses on the Laurentide Ice Sheet, the massive expanse covering North America during the last..

Simple rule predicts when an ice age ends

A simple rule can accurately predict when Earth's climate warms out of an ice age, according to new research.
Science Daily

After 4,500 years, scientists about to resurrect woolly mammoth after two years

You might remember Manny, the woolly mammoth from the Ice Age movie trilogy? Well, scientists are on the brink of resurrecting the ancient beast! In conversation with The Guardian, the leading..

Woolly mammoth set to return to life as scientists make Jurassic Park breakthrough

woolly mammoth set to return to life as scientists make jurassic park breakthrough
The beasts, which roamed across Europe, Asia, Africa and North America in the last Ice Age, vanished 5000 years ago but scientists are two years away from bringing them back using a gene editing..
Daily Record

How an Ice Age paradox could inform sea level rise predictions

how an ice age paradox could inform sea level rise predictions
Ann Arbor MI (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 New findings from the University of Michigan explain an Ice Age paradox and add to the mounting evidence that climate change could bring higher seas than most models..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Science Daily

Woolly Mammoth Could Be 'De-Extinct' In 2 Years, Scientist Says

Did we learn nothing from “Jurassic Park?” A Harvard University scientist told The Guardian this week that his team is only two years from resurrecting some traits of the woolly mammoth, which..
Huffington Post

Chill out, woolly mammoths aren't coming back just yet

Woolly mammoths won't be trouncing through the Arctic tundra anytime soon. Contrary to recent headlines, which herald the extinct beast's coming resurrection, scientists are still a long way from..

Ice fishing east of the Cascades bonds families in a cold winter

Don’t try it around Seattle, unless we have a new ice age. But go east when temperatures plummet to try novel winter sport.
Seattle Times

"The Planet Made Them Do It" - Scientists Claim Left-Wing Violence Is Caused By Global Warming

the planet made them do it - scientists claim left-wing violence is caused by global warming
*There is no end to the ridiculous*, rages SHTFPlan.com's Mac Slavo, adding that it seems that* the radical left are claiming their rightful place among a kingdom of lunatics. * Perhaps there is..
Zero Hedge

Rebel Wilson Biography & Net Worth

Rebel Wilson, also known as Rebel Elizabeth Wilson and Rebel Melanie Elizabeth Wilson, is an Australian actress, voice actress, TV producer, screenwriter, spokesperson and a comedian who was able to..

A giant ground sloth was found at Sea-Tac airport 56 years ago

At first, scientists thought it was an “ice-age bison.” More than a decade after it was discovered, the giant ground sloth was mounted for display at the Burke Museum.
Seattle Times

Upcoming March for Government Science Encourages Falsity

Via The Daily Bell Scientists are worried about the Trump administration: His pick for the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t seem interested in protecting the environment, his energy..
Zero Hedge

Climate Models May Underestimate Future Warming On Tropical Mountains

In few places are the effects of climate change more pronounced than on tropical peaks like Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, where centuries-old glaciers have all but melted completely away. Now, new..
Eurasia Review

'Rare' freshwater fish filmed in Lake District

'rare' freshwater fish filmed in lake district
BBC Local News: Cumbria -- The UK's rarest freshwater fish which dates back to the ice age is caught on camera in the Lake District.
BBC Local News

Climate change sparked a mass Ice Age extinction

climate change sparked a mass ice age extinction
The cause had long remained unknown, but a study by the Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, has found the answer is most likely to be global warming.

Climate Change Contributed To Kill Super-Sized Ice Age Animals In Australia

During the last Ice Age, Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea formed a single landmass, called Sahul. It was a strange and often hostile place populated by a bizarre cast of giant animals. There were..
Eurasia Review Also reported by •Science Daily

War Gaming - Part 1: Nukes & Terrorism

war gaming - part 1: nukes & terrorism
Submitted by Bill O'Grady via Confluence Investment Management, One of the key elements of global hegemony is the *ability of a nation to project power*. Ideally, this means a potential hegemon..
Zero Hedge

Florida Corals Tell Of Cold Spells And Dust Bowls Past, Foretell Future Weather

Scientists seeking an oceanic counterpart to the tree rings that document past weather patterns on land have found one in the subtropical waters of Dry Tortugas National Park near the Florida Keys,..
Eurasia Review

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