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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, 11 hours ago

Hidden talont

Towering at eight feet tall and covered in luminous yellow feathers, Big Bird has migrated across the Atlantic to join his friends Cookie Monster and Elmo in Salford, where theyre staying at CBeebies Furchester Hotel. Inside, Big Bird seems to ...
 Big Issue North1 month ago

WATCH: After The View: October 17th, 2016

Everybody we're here live the lifestyle expert grant money hand and she is some quick and clever solutions to help us eight times eight months. And dare I say it looks slimmer check out. Say it's just questions throughout the army guys meet you can ...
 ABC News1 month ago

Writers of the British Isles Ford Madox Ford

Ford Madox Ford was a poet and prosateur who composed eighty books yet he is virtually forgotten today. When his memory is revivified the researcher, swanning through a compendium of articles, finds that interest has converged towards the prose, ...
 British Medical Journal1 month 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 week ago
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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 week ago Inside the American Nuclear-Waste Crisis  New Yorker1 week ago

End of the road for Marlon Samuels?

Glenroy Henry is not very well known in cricket circles. Years ago he was a good club cricketer in St. Vincent and then for Ailsbury Town in England when he migrated. Moving to Jamaica in the nineties after retirement, he spent much of his time ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 month ago
Rail Engineering News

Eighth wonder

Liverpool has two Caverns. Well, for the purpose of this contrived introduction it does. One bills itself as the cradle ofBritish pop, having claimed legendary statusin the Sixties courtesy of John, Paul, Ringo and George; the other, half-a-mile ...
 Rail Engineering News1 month ago

Centurylink : Miscommunication puts big delays on major road construction

A road construction project on 50th Street in West Des Moines should be wrapping up right now. Instead, drivers will have to wait months longer to use the road. The construction project closes 50th Street from EP True Parkway to Mills Civic ...
 4 Traders1 month ago

The Road to Tama-Re

An Enigmatic Ex-con, His Improvised Religion, and the Georgia Town That Watched It Fall O n April 12, 2010, my friend and classmate Iasia Sweeting disappeared. The spring semester at DeKalb School of the Arts was drawing to a close, and as the ...
 Oxford American Magazine2 months ago
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