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Extreme weather in 2018 was a raging, howling signal of climate change – Washington Post

Extreme weather in 2018 was a raging, howling signal of climate change  Washington Post

Just off the top of his head, climate scientist Kevin Trenberth can recount many of the weather disasters that hit the planet in 2018. Record rainfall and flooding in …

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Can 2018’s extreme weather persuade skeptics that the climate is changing? – The Washington Post

Can 2018’s extreme weather persuade skeptics that the climate is changing?  The Washington Post

Monstrous weather events have crowded 2018. While many coastal residents in the East were still recovering from Hurricanes Florence and Michael, raging …

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A Caps fan traveled to Antarctica to remind the penguins who won the Stanley Cup – Washington Post


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A Caps fan traveled to Antarctica to remind the penguins who won the Stanley Cup
Washington Post
A Capitals fan recently took trolling the Penguins (and penguins) to new heights in the world's southernmost continent. On Wednesday, 29-year-old Sampson Coe posted a photo on Facebook of himself at the Antarctic Peninsula, his jacket unzipped despite …
Capitals fan travels to Antarctica to remind actual penguins who the Stanley Cup champions areNBCSports.com
This fan went to Antarctica to remind penguins that the Capitals are Stanley Cup ChampionsRussian Machine Never Breaks (blog)

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It’s not rocket science: Climate change was behind this summer’s extreme weather – Washington Post

It's not rocket science: Climate change was behind this summer's extreme weather
Washington Post
Summer 2018 saw an unprecedented spate of extreme floods, droughts, heat waves and wildfires break out across North America, Europe and Asia. The scenes played out on our television screens and in our social media feeds. This is, as I stated at the

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Antarctica scientist stabbed colleague for spoiling book endings – New York Post


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Antarctica scientist stabbed colleague for spoiling book endings
New York Post
This is the coldest case ever. In the first attempted murder ever on the frozen continent of Antarctica, a Russian scientist reportedly snapped and allegedly tried to stab a colleague to death because the victim kept giving away the endings of books.
Russian Scientist In Antarctica Attacked Co-Worker For Spoiling Book EndingsForward
Antarctica scientist allegedly stabs colleague for spoiling the endings of booksLos Angeles Times
Antarctica Scientist Allegedly Stabs Colleague for Spoiling Endings of BooksKTLA
CBS Los Angeles –Pedestrian TV (satire) (blog) –The National –Daily Mail
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China to begin building first permanent airfield in Antarctica | South … – South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post

China to begin building first permanent airfield in Antarctica | South …
South China Morning Post
China will soon begin building its first permanent airfield in Antarctica, according to state media, as Beijing tries to expand its influence in the polar region.
China: Beijing to Build Permanent Airfield in AntarcticaSTRATFOR
China to begin building first permanent airfield in AntarcticaYahoo News
Beijing prepares to build its first airbase in AntarcticaThe Times
Sputnik International –Financial Times
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A ‘headless chicken monster’ sighting shows just how little we know about the ocean off Antarctica – Washington Post


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A 'headless chicken monster' sighting shows just how little we know about the ocean off Antarctica
Washington Post
For those who still believe that most things in the ocean are cute, if not cuddly, there is Enypniastes eximia, an ocean-bottom-dwelling sea cucumber that does a close approximation of swimming in the Southern Ocean off eastern Antarctica, according to
“Headless chicken monster” found swimming in AntarcticaFast Company
Will We Protect Antarctica or Exploit It?New York Times
'Headless chicken monster' recorded for 1st time in Antarctica watersGlobalnews.ca
Mashable –WDSU New Orleans
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Extreme weather drives Hongkongers into vehicles as number unwilling to walk short distances doubles in 12 months – South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post

Extreme weather drives Hongkongers into vehicles as number unwilling to walk short distances doubles in 12 months
South China Morning Post
The green group believes this year's extreme weather, such as the record run of hot days in May, or heavy rainstorms, is affecting people's willingness to walk to their destinations. Of those interviewed, another 9 per cent, mostly female, were

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Solar array on Trail Ridge designed for Rocky Mountain National Park’s extreme weather – The Denver Post


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Solar array on Trail Ridge designed for Rocky Mountain National Park's extreme weather
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A solar array on the roof of the Trail Ridge Store was specially designed to withstand the extreme weather conditions seen on the road above treeline in Rocky Mountain National Park. Trail Ridge Road — which crosses the Continental Divide as it

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Extreme weather warnings mapped: Where alerts for floods, storms and tornadoes happen most – Washington Post


Washington Post

Extreme weather warnings mapped: Where alerts for floods, storms and tornadoes happen most
Washington Post
Thousands of warnings for severe weather and flooding are issued by the National Weather Service during the busy months of spring and summer. Although primarily a warm-season phenomenon, these warnings trickle out even in the heart of winter.

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