What Do You Think The Site C Dam Project Is Really About?

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Oct 132017
 

The fate of British Columbia’s largest, and arguably the most controversial, energy project is at stake.

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Hydro, home brew and quad bikes: What it’s really like to live in Antarctica – NEWS.com.au

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Jul 222017
 

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Hydro, home brew and quad bikes: What it's really like to live in Antarctica
NEWS.com.au
Welcome to Antarctica. We have all heard stories about this last great land, the most remote and hostile environment on earth. Extraordinary stories of survival and exploration. But what is it like just being an ordinary bloke, trying to do an ordinary

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Yes, Britain Really Did Just Issue a Terror Warning for Antarctica – The Drive

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May 172017
 

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Yes, Britain Really Did Just Issue a Terror Warning for Antarctica
The Drive
For those who have probably never heard of it, this is a 660,000 square mile slice of Antarctica that the United Kingdom first claimed in 1908, which has two permanent research stations and an average population of around 250 people. Winter

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What’s Really In Antarctica’s Mysterious Blood Falls – National Geographic

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Apr 302017
 

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What's Really In Antarctica's Mysterious Blood Falls
National Geographic
Located in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys, the falls pour forth from Taylor Glacier, and the liquid bubbles up from fissures in the glacier's surface. The flow was previously a mystery, as the mean temperature is 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (-17 degrees
Scientists solve huge mystery in AntarcticaBABW News
The mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls has been solvedSFGate
Mystery Of Antarctica's Blood Falls Is Finally SolvedForbes
Popular Science –Yahoo7 News –CTV News –Cambridge University Press
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The Women’s March has now reached as far as Antarctica. (Really.) – Vox

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Jan 212017
 

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The Women's March has now reached as far as Antarctica. (Really.)
Vox
The women's marches taking place around the world to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump have now reached the furthest corner of the earth: Antarctica. To be slightly more precise, the women will be holding their event on a ship harbored just off

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There’s A Super Fabulous Pod Hotel In Antarctica, And We REALLY … – Huffington Post

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Sep 122016
 

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There's A Super Fabulous Pod Hotel In Antarctica, And We REALLY …
Huffington Post
Somewhere in a snowbank far, far away, there's a colony of pod-like housing structures where the world's wealthiest travelers go to get away from it all.

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The History of Antarctica Is Actually a Really Fun Tale About Dinosaurs, Penguins, and Warm Weather – Gizmodo

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Jul 232016
 

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The History of Antarctica Is Actually a Really Fun Tale About Dinosaurs, Penguins, and Warm Weather
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Antarctica isn't exactly a place I want to know more about. I mean, it's cold, it's dark, and it's probably not meant for human life. Turns out, as always, I'm wrong. The history of Antarctica is fascinating. Kyle Sullivan weaves a really entertaining

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Should The Chevy Bolt Really Be Called The LG Bolt?

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Jun 242016
 

Chevy Bolt

While we’ve alluded to the fact that the Korean firm LG is actually the force behind much of the Chevy Bolt in the past, we’ve never really gone into detail on the matter. It seems worth doing so…. It’s not an uncommon strategy amongst auto manufacturers these days to outsource much of the design and [&hellip

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Could The US Really Elect A Conspiracy Theorist?

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Jun 132016
 

Trump global warming

It’s unclear whether Donald Trump really believes any of the conspiracy theories he pushes, or if he just uses them to attack things he doesn’t like, but he pushes so many that it’s clear he 1) really is so gullible and conspiratorial or 2) is just that keen to play on conspiratorial thoughts in others. [&hellip

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What Antarctica’s Incredible “Growing” Icepack Really Means – National Geographic

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Nov 042015
 

What Antarctica's Incredible “Growing” Icepack Really Means
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Scientists concluded in the Journal of Glaciology that the loss of glacier mass in Antarctica's western region is being offset by thickening of glaciers on the continent's eastern interior, which has experienced increased snowfall. The result: A net

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