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Climate change back this winter: Forecast

climate change back this winter: forecastNature had to “work overtime” to make 2013-14 the coldest wintertime since ’48, says Environment Canada’s senior climatologist. This year, expect “less grumbling, more melting, a few more..
Toronto Star 10 hours ago
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Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum Announces New Branding and Website

The beautiful Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum invites you to visit their new website built by WebRock Design, a leading Hood River web firm. Hood River, Oregon (PRWEB) October 30,..
PRWeb 12 hours ago

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News video: Explorers Find Highest-Known Ice Age Site

Explorers Find Highest-Known Ice Age Site 02:56

Archaeologists unearth the oldest and highest Ice Age settlement found yet. WSJ's Robert Lee Hotz discusses with Sara Murray. Photo: Kurt Rademaker
Source: The Wall Street Journal - 1 week ago

News video: Must See: Cartoon Characters Beat Up Driver in Road Rage Incident

Must See: Cartoon Characters Beat Up Driver in Road Rage Incident 00:48

A man dressed as Mickey Mouse has been caught on camera brutally beating a driver in a bizarre road rage attack. Alongside Spongebob Squarepants, Scrat from "Ice Age" and Russian character Luntik, the..
Source: NewsFix - on September 4, 2014

News video: Raw: Ice Age Wooly Mammoth Remains for Sale

Raw: Ice Age Wooly Mammoth Remains for Sale 00:54

A rare, well-preserved skeleton of a woolly mammoth is going on sale at Summers Place Auctions hope the 11.5-foot tall, almost intact specimen will fetch between $245,000 to $409,000. (Sept. 23)
Source: Associated Press - on September 23, 2014

News video: Mad Scientist Ball

Mad Scientist Ball

Party-goes will be immersed in the English village atmosphere of our Sherlock Holmes and the Clockwork Tower traveling exhibit and the icy cold tundra of our Ice Age Mammals exhibit.
Source: KAMR - 1 week ago

News video: Ebola Polices Drafted by Schools and More

Ebola Polices Drafted by Schools and More 13:27

Schools are taking unprecedented steps to shield students from the Ebola virus, despite low risks of exposure. Plus, explorers find the highest-known Ice Age site. Sara Murray gets all the details on..
Source: Wall Street Journal Live - 1 week ago

 
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Weather Channel Comes Out for Junk Science, Scaremongering and 'Global Warming'

weather channel comes out for junk science, scaremongering and 'global warming'"There is no significant man-made global warming at this time, there has been none in the past and there is no reason to fear any in the future," declared John Coleman, veteran meteorologist and..
Breitbart 13 hours ago

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Study shows three abrupt pulse of CO2 during last deglaciation

study shows three abrupt pulse of co2 during last deglaciationCorvallis OR (SPX) Oct 30, 2014 A new study shows that the rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide that contributed to the end of the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago did not occur gradually, but..
Terra Daily 21 hours ago

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Climate Change is Not Our Fault, So Let’s Just Deal With It, says California Professor

climate change is not our fault, so let’s just deal with it, says california professorClimate change is happening – but not because of human activity, Daniel Botkin, professor Emeritus in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at University of California Santa..
Breitbart 1 day ago

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Theatre of change with Mumbai's kids

theatre of change with mumbai's kids*Q. How did the idea of Maya emerge?* *A.* The Maya Musical was conceived as a way to celebrate five years of Teach For India. More than that, however, it was to be a demonstration of what’s..
Mid-Day 2 days ago
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Nicely preserved mammoth carcass shown in Moscow

Albert Protopopov, a researcher from Yakutia, said Yuka's carcass bore traces indicating that humans hunted for mammoths during the Ice Age. Scientists have deciphered much of the woolly mammoth's..
SeattlePI.com 2 days ago

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Revealed: What the Southern Ocean's ice belt means for sea level rise

revealed: what the southern ocean's ice belt means for sea level riseChanges to the Southern Ocean's sea ice belt could mean future ice sheet melt and global sea level rising several metres in coming centuries, according to a new study which has shed more light on a..
New Zealand Herald 3 days ago
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Migration patterns of the monarch butterflies

*Monarch butterflies owe their long-distance migrations to one gene honed for efficient flight, according to a new study. The study of monarch genes also suggests that the butterflies began their..
Deccan Herald 4 days ago

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Highest altitude ice age human occupation documented in Peruvian Andes

highest altitude ice age human occupation documented in peruvian andesOrono ME (SPX) Oct 27, 2014 In the southern Peruvian Andes, an archaeological team led by researchers at the University of Maine has documented the highest altitude ice age human occupation anywhere..
Terra Daily 5 days agoAlso reported by •L.A. TimesMailOnline
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Ancient Human Settlement Found High Up In The Peruvian Andes; Highest Point Of Ice Age Human Habitation

Ancient Human Settlement Found High Up In The Peruvian Andes; Highest Point Of Ice Age Human Habitation
ajc.com 5 days ago

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Highest Ice Age Settlement Found In Peruvian Andes

People in the Andes lived nearly 3 miles above sea level during the ice age, making researchers wonder how long it took to adapt to conditions.
IBTimes 5 days agoAlso reported by •L.A. TimesMailOnline
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'Extreme Living' in high Andes occurred 12,000 years ago

'extreme living' in high andes occurred 12,000 years agoEvidence of the very earliest and highest ice age settlement in the world has been unearthed in the Peruvian Andes recently. The site was found at an elevation almost 14,700 feet (4,500 meters) above..
Digital Journal 5 days ago
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TV reviews: Gardening Australia, Ice Age and Timber

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The Age 6 days ago

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Scientists discover highest Ice Age settlements yet

Some 12,000 years ago, humans were living high up in the Peruvian Andes, say scientists, suggesting that ancient South Americans adapted very quickly to high-altitude living.
Christian Science Monitor 6 days ago

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Highest altitude Ice Age settlement discovered

The highest altitude Ice Age human occupation anywhere in the world - nearly 4,500 metres above sea level (masl) - has now been documented in the Peruvian Andes.
Zee News 1 week agoAlso reported by •newKerala.com

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