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You might be drinking water from the last Ice Age, and 16 other striking facts about Earth's life-giving liquid

you might be drinking water from the last ice age, and 16 other striking facts about earth's life-giving liquid
Water, water everywhere — but less 0.5% of Earth's reserves are drinkable. That's just one shocking fact that Neil deGrasse Tyson and five experts dropped at the 2015 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate..
Business Insider

Climate change is killing this Ice Age remnant


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News video: Scientists suggest volcanic eruptions formed Snowball Earth

Scientists suggest volcanic eruptions formed Snowball Earth 01:11

A new theory from scientists at Harvard University posits that atmospheric sulfur resulting from volcanic activity may have led to the Earth’s first and largest ever planetary freezing.
Source: Reuters - Next Media -

News video: State Historical Museum Interview

State Historical Museum Interview

Check out these spring break programs at the State Historical Museum!
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News video: Department of Cultural Affairs Spring Break Programs

Department of Cultural Affairs Spring Break Programs

Department of Cultural Affairs Spring Break Programs
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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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Extensive ice cap once covered sub-antarctic island of South Georgia

extensive ice cap once covered sub-antarctic island of south georgia
Exeter, UK (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 A new study reveals the sub-antarctic island of South Georgia - famous for its wildlife - was covered by a massive ice cap during the last ice age. The results are..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Science Daily

Last Remnant Of North American Ice Sheet On Track To Vanish

The last piece of the ice sheet that once blanketed much of North America is doomed to disappear in the next several centuries, says a new study by researchers at Simon Fraser University in British..
Eurasia Review

The controversial origin of a symbol of the American west

the controversial origin of a symbol of the american west
Santa Cruz CA (SPX) Mar 17, 2017 New research by Professor Beth Shapiro of the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute and University of Alberta Professor Duane Froese has identified North America's oldest..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Science Daily

Preserving the memory of glaciers

preserving the memory of glaciers
Paris (AFP) March 18, 2017 Locked up in about 140 metres (460 feet) of ice capping a Bolivian mountain lie 18,000 years of climate history, dating back to an epoch when humans were only just..
Terra Daily

Crowds gather on first day to see Humbolt Penguins at Byculla Zoo

"Wow! Look at them. Say hi," said a mother to her toddler. On Saturday, the first day of viewing Humbolt Penguins at the Veer Jeejamata Udyan (Bycualla Zoo) saw a large number of people express..
DNA

Manhattan public-school complex has been without hot water for nearly 3 years

There’s been an extended ice age at this Manhattan public-school complex.
FOXNews.com

Ice age thermostat prevented extreme climate cooling

ice age thermostat prevented extreme climate cooling
Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Mar 15, 2017 Atmospheric CO2 concentrations swung over a range of 100 ppm (parts per million, by volume) during the ice ages. The exact processes behind this variation have..
Space Daily Also reported by •Terra DailyScience Daily

Hastings Technology Metals (ASX:HAS) Great Thaw of the Rare Earth Ice Age

(MENAFN - ABN Newswire) An interesting trend is starting to become apparent. This week while the Great & Good of the Canadian mining scene are whooping it up and taking Prince's...
MENAFN.com

WATCH: Videos make school closings fun for superintendent, too

Weehawken Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Zywicki appears in separate snow day videos dressed as a skier and a woolly denizen of the Ice Age, for fun and to highlight district technology
NJ.com

As Scott Pruitt Denies Climate Science, Atmospheric CO2 Rises At A Record Rate

Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt may not believe that carbon dioxide is to blame for global warming, but most scientists say the evidence is clear. And now new data shows the amount..
Huffington Post

Discovery Of Widespread Platinum May Help Solve Clovis People Mystery

No one knows for certain why the Clovis people and iconic beasts — mastodon, mammoth and saber-toothed tiger – living some 12,800 years ago suddenly disappeared. However, a discovery of widespread..
Eurasia Review

Extraterrestrial object caused Clovis disappearance

extraterrestrial object caused clovis disappearance
Traces of platinum found at archaeological sites across the US that coincide with a mini ice-age suggest the early Clovis people's disappearance might have been caused by a comet.
MailOnline India

Scientists reveal plan to restore Siberia to the Ice Age

scientists reveal plan to restore siberia to the ice age
Researchers at Pleistocene Park in Siberia are attempting to reintroduce herbivores and even resurrect woolly mammoths to revert Beringia to a grassland that absorbs less heat.
MailOnline

Russian Scientist, Son Building Pleistocene Park For Ice Age Animals

A Russian scientist and his son are trying to recreate a long-lost ecosystem in the Siberian Arctic that'll be a refuge for species that survived the last Ice Age – and will allow bringing others..
Newsmax

A song of ice and fail: Why HBO's 'Game of Thrones' stunt was the worst

You often hear the old canard "all publicity is good publicity," and that's true — if you don't care about potential customers reinforcing negative stereotypes around your product.  What is the..
Mashable

It's 1994 Again: Why Albert Edwards Expects An Imminent "Bond Market Bloodbath"

it's 1994 again: why albert edwards expects an imminent bond market bloodbath
Following the Trump presidential victory, two prominent macro strategists have undergone a significant change in their outlook: while David Rosenberg, who started off with a deflationary, and bearish..
Zero Hedge


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