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The mystery of Greenland's icy history could help us survive c...

Eighty percent of Greenland is covered by a wall of ice thousands of feet thick. If the wall melted completely, the water it contains would be enough to raise sea levels by over 20 feet. Greenland's ice has grown and shrunk over time, driven by ... Popular Science, 1 month ago

Book Review: Road to Nandikadal: True story of defeating Tamil Tigers, Colombo, 2016.- Major General Kamal Gunaratne

Paper No. 6215 Dated 19-Jan-2017 Guest Column by Prof. Charles Sarvan Epigraph: Those who have power in the present, control the story of the past; and those who control the past, shape the future. (Adapted from Orwell's ...
 South Asia Analysis Group2 days ago

And You Thought Your Commute Was Difficult? Check Out The Odyssey!

Extreme sports. On January 2, the hardest and longest road trip of all starts again. The famed Paris-Dakar race (no longer between Paris and Dakar by the way) will see competitors of the off-road endurance voyage start from Asuncion in Paraguay ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago

More Than a Third of UK Parents Wrongly Believe a Rash is the First Symptom of Meningitis

/PRNewswire/ -- Thirty-eight per cent of parents in the UK think a distinctive rash is the first symptom of meningitis, despite the fact it often appears after other symptoms, or not at all [1] , according to new research from GSK. As part of ...
 Wallstreet Online1 month ago

Two women survive car crash into river

: Two women escaped with minor injuries when their car crashed and dropped twelve feet into the Gombak river today morning. Regina Anthony, 35 and Rahmah Ahad, 42 were making their journey to Balakong from their home in Setapak when the former ...
 Singapore Star.com4 days ago

Pilgrim's Progress: Inside the American Nuclear-Waste Crisis

When Cape Cod's Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station closes, in 2019, it will still be home to some eight hundred tons of spent fuel. Credit COURTESY PAUL RIFKIN On a mild September day in 2012, Paul Rifkin asked a friend with a helicopter to help him ...
 New Yorker1 month ago Inside the American Nuclear-Waste Crisis  New Yorker1 month ago


(Before It's News) George Grigori de Saint Germain has been waiting for the moment of Donald Trump's swearing in for years. Germain has an ultimatum for occultists, religious & spiritual teachers, and black magicians the world over. The world ...
 Before It's News17 hours ago

The Death Ship: An Allegory for Today's World

In 1926 B. Traven's Das Totenschiff ( The Death Ship ) was published in Germany and became an international bestseller, though it wasn't until 1934 that an English version reached the bookstores. In translation The Death Ship was a major hit but was ...
 CounterPunch1 day ago

When Washington Drained the Swamp

Washington, D.C., in 1860. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY PHOTOQUEST / GETTY On October 17th, during a speech on ethics reform, Donald Trump announced, It is time to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. A day later, he repeated the phrase in a tweet, adding ...
 New Yorker2 days ago Draining the Swamp  New Yorker2 days ago

Behind the Cellar Door

Credit Illustration by Greg Clarke Mrs. Hall, my third-grade teacher at St. John's Day School, had given the class a homework assignment: draw a floor plan of your parents house or apartment. Our house was big, but I did my best to include all ...
 New Yorker5 days ago
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