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Recent research discovered that the chemical, perfluorotributylamine (PFBTA), insulates the planet 7,100 times more effectively than carbon dioxide. Continue reading →
The trail of twisted metal and torn roofs left behind by massive twisters is growing longer and wider, a sign that tornadoes may be growing stronger.
Catch a glimpse of these tiny winter wonders before they melt!
No one (besides Santa, of course) claims ownership over the North Pole ... but that may soon change. Guest Host Annie Gaus tell us which country is making a play for the North Pole and why.
Canada signaled intentions to claim the North Pole and surrounding Arctic waters while announcing the filing of a UN application seeking to vastly expand its Atlantic sea boundary.
Bacterial hitchhikers may float on methane bubbles, eating them as they go.
Undersea robots recently documented a site marked as a chemical weapons dump, and found life clinging to barrels filled with unknown substances. Continue reading →
A mind- and body-numbing — minus 136 degrees Fahrenheit was measured between Dome Argus and Dome Fuji, two summits on the East Antarctic Plateau.
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