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The First 100 Days Of Resistance

  Donald Trump’s 100th day as president is upon us, and the early reviews aren’t good. Although he now calls it a “ridiculous standard,” Trump once touted his 100-day plan on the campaign..
Huffington Post

Scientists solve century-old mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls

In a mystery that has baffled scientists for more than a century, U.S. researchers have now discovered how blood-red water travels from an ancient lake trapped beneath Antarctica’s Taylor Glacier out..
CTV News Also reported by •Terra DailyMailOnline

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News video: Antarctica Seen from Whales' Perspective

Antarctica Seen from Whales' Perspective 00:30

Monitors attached to whales using suction cups from a research project show us how whales see things as they swim about in Antarctica.
Source: Crazimals -

News video: Terrifying Visualizations Show Worst Case Sea Levels By 2100

Terrifying Visualizations Show Worst Case Sea Levels By 2100 01:13

It's no secret sea waters are rising. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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News video: A 'Bloody' Antarctic Mystery Has Finally Been Solved

A 'Bloody' Antarctic Mystery Has Finally Been Solved 00:34

A bloody mystery’s been solved. But it took over 100-years to figure out what's going on inside a glacier in Antarctica. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
Source: Veuer -

News video: Natural Born Painkillers - Farmer Lets Scorpions Sting Him to Treat Body Aches

Natural Born Painkillers - Farmer Lets Scorpions Sting Him to Treat Body Aches 02:00

Some scorpions can kill human beings, and it's no wonder that some people are deathly afraid of them. However, one man, a Cuban farmer named Julio Casanas, is not only not afraid, he purposefully..
Source: Ruptly TV -

News video: Century-Old Mystery Of Antarctica's Blood Falls Solved, Scientists Say

Century-Old Mystery Of Antarctica's Blood Falls Solved, Scientists Say 01:00

Scientists say they have solved a century-old mystery involving Antarctica's Blood Falls.
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Warm winds: New insight into what weakens Antarctic ice shelves

warm winds: new insight into what weakens antarctic ice shelves
London, UK (SPX) Apr 27, 2017 New research describes for the first time the role that warm, dry winds play in influencing the behaviour of Antarctic ice shelves. Presenting this week at a European..
Terra Daily

Antarctica&#039;s &#039;Blood-falls&#039;: Scientists finally decode more than century-old mystery!

According to The Sun, scientists were able to track the path of the water under the glacier using echolocation technology.
Zee News

Humber Bridge and Yorkshire Wolds Way to feature in BBC TV series...

humber bridge and yorkshire wolds way to feature in bbc tv series...
Polar explorer and diver Paul Rose has swapped the ice caps of Antarctica for new voyage of discovery along the Yorkshire Wolds Way for a new TV series.Commissioned for BBC Two, Yorkshire Wolds Way is..
Hull Daily Mail

Scientists hate Donald Trump so much they marched against him in the Antarctic tundra

Antarctica might have the population most hostile to the President in the world
Independent

Larsen, cracked

larsen, cracked
Radar mission Sentinel-1 continues to monitor the growing crack in Antarctica’s Larsen-C ice shelf, which is expected to produce a massive iceberg
ESA

Ernest Shackleton descendant completes Antarctica mission

ernest shackleton descendant completes antarctica mission
Great-grandson Patrick Bergel has entered the history books himself with a daring expedition, travelling across Antarctica in a family car.
MailOnline

Alarming video reveals streams of melted ice in Antarctica

alarming video reveals streams of melted ice in antarctica
The study, led by scientists at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, is the first to reveal a vast network of streams, channels, ponds, and even waterfalls.
MailOnline

Vast rivers and waterfalls discovered across Antarctica

'This is not in the future – this is widespread now'
Independent

UFO hunters claim Antarctic object is an alien base

ufo hunters claim antarctic object is an alien base
The object was spotted on Google maps and appears to show a large body of ice sheered off the edge of Antarctica. But UFO hunters claim it is an unusual shape for a typical iceberg.
MailOnline

Mesmerising footage reveals the beauty of Antarctica

mesmerising footage reveals the beauty of antarctica
A spell-binding video shot by a Swedish filmmaker has captured Antarctica as you've never seen it before, taking viewers on an aerial journey over the frozen continent.
MailOnline

3D map of Antarctica made using 250 million measurements

3d map of antarctica made using 250 million measurements
Detailed 3D maps created by the European Space Agency's CryoSat satellite are used by scientists to follow how Antarctica's ice levels change over time.
MailOnline

Nationalism threatens Antarctica's future as a peaceful hub for science

Emerging global powers and the new geo-political landscape are challenging the status quo on the southern continent, threatening Antarctica's future as a peaceful hub for science​. Ashley Coates..
Independent

CryoSat reveals Antarctica in 3D

cryosat reveals antarctica in 3d
Around 250 million measurements taken by ESA’s CryoSat over the last six years have been used to create a unique 3D view of Antarctica, offering a snapshot of the undulating surface of this vast ice..
ESA

Study reveals mass extinction 35m years ago in Australia

study reveals mass extinction 35m years ago in australia
Evidence of a mass extinction of Australian animals 35 million years ago, when Australia separated from Antarctica, has been discovered by Australian National University researchers.
MailOnline

Four ways you can tackle your travel bucket list

four ways you can tackle your travel bucket list
Everyone has a travel bucket list. For some they are long-harboured dreams, for others a new resolve inspired by landmark birthdays or notable life events. Whether it's kept in your head or..
City A.M.

An intrepid Army doctor will trek across Antarctica as a team of women bid to complete a world first

an intrepid army doctor will trek across antarctica as a team of women bid to complete a world first
Major Natalie Taylor will deploy to Afghanistan before she attempts her 1,700km journey
Wales Online


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