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Global Climate Change Effects On Animals: Half Of Bird Species Could Vanish, Says New Research [REPORT]
Jun 17, 2013 11:05 AM E
Global climate change’s effects on animals are not fully known or understood, but new research from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature says that bird species, especially those in the Amazon and Arctic, are particularly vulnerable to climate change-induced habitat loss and probably won’t surviving global rising temperatures.
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Jellyfish Blooms: Is Rising Jellyfish Population A Sign That Our Oceans Are In Trouble?
Jun 10, 2013 11:14 AM E
Jellyfish blooms are on the rise, prompting many scientists to examine the wellbeing of our world’s waters. Is the rise in jellyfish blooms a sign of our oceans’ ailing health?
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Building Collapse In Philly: 12 Injured In Center City Accident, Rescuers Still Looking For Trapped Victims
Jun 05, 2013 13:40 PM E
A building collapse in Philly has injured at least a dozen people and trapped more. Rescue workers are still combing the rubble for trapped victims.
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North Pole Moves: Is Melting Ice The Cause Of Polar Shift?
May 16, 2013 15:04 PM E
The North Pole moves a few centimeters every year, but it recently made a radical shift in its course. Where is the North Pole ice cap headed, and what’s the reason it changed course?
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Solar Plane: Could Solar-Powered Commercial Flight Be Just Over The Horizon? [VIDEO]
May 03, 2013 15:16 PM E
With only the sun’s energy as fuel, a solar-powered plane took off from San Francisco Bay on Friday for its debut cross-country trip. How far away are we from having solar-powered commercial flight?
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The Science Of Conspiracy Theories: Why Do People Buy Into Cover Up Stories?
May 01, 2013 18:11 PM E
Science, expert journalism and even basic logic are all pretty good reasons to sidestep conspiracy theories. Still, an alarming number of Americans buy into them. Why are people so ready to believe in kooky cover up stories?
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Mount Everest Brawl: Why Did A Mob Of Angry Sherpas With Axes Attack Climbers?
Apr 30, 2013 13:08 PM E
Three European climbers got into a brawl with Sherpas on Mount Everest that culminated in one Sherpa flailing his ax around and the backpackers fleeing the mountain. What sparked the fight that sent the climbers packing?
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Ship On Fire In Antarctica: 97 Saved From Kai Xin; Antarctica At Risk For Environmental Disaster?
Apr 18, 2013 13:15 PM E
A Chinese fishing ship caught fire near Antarctica on Wednesday, igniting a rescue mission as well as concerns that the fishing operation, which includes about 50 other vessels, could put the area at risk for an environmental disaster.
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Hurricane Katrina Disaster 10 Times More Likely If Global Warming Increases 2 Degrees Celsius
Mar 19, 2013 12:30 PM E
Danish climate scientist Dr. Aslak Grinsted claims a 2 degree Celsius increase in average global temperature will cause Hurricane Katrina magnitude storms to occur 10 times as often.
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Global Warming May Lead To Mass Extinction Of Viviparous Lizards
Mar 10, 2013 04:27 AM E
Climate change may lead to extinction of several species of lizards within the next 50 years, according to a new study.
Polar Ice Melt
Global Warming Affects Polar Ice Caps: New Shipping Routes To Be Created As Melting Continues
Mar 05, 2013 13:15 PM E
New research shows that the continued melting of ice around the North Pole will make the treacherous Arctic waters more navigable, creating both new opportunities and concerns for international trade.
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Epic Glacier Collapse Video: Is Global Warming To Blame? Not This Time [REPORT]
Feb 11, 2013 22:48 PM E
"Epic Glacier Collapse Caught On Video" read the environmental headline that quickly went viral after amateur photographer Christian Grosso found himself in the right place at the right time. So was man-made global warming to blame for the glacier collapsing? The answer is no, not this time.
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Sea Level Rise Of 3 Feet By 2100: Ice Sheet Melt Could Force Millions From Their Homes
Jan 07, 2013 09:30 AM E
The sea level could rise up to three feet by 2100, forcing millions of people to evacuate their homes
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Mayan Apocalypse 2012 Debunked: When Will The World Really End?
Dec 21, 2012 13:06 PM E
The Mayan apocalypse theory has been debunked, but there are still plenty of theories about the real end of the world.
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