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Best of 2018: Weakening Currents

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The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation - or AMOC - is a current that moves warm and cool water around the Atlantic ocean, from the...

The Best of 2013 // #90: Climate Change Might Mean More...

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Law enforcement officials have long noticed that on hot summer nights, crime rates tend to go up.  Now, a study from the University of...

Best of 2018: Greenhouse Earth

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The scientific consensus is that if the planet goes past an increase of 2-degrees celsius, we could tip the balance to an irreversible point. ...

Best of 2018: Antarctica in 50 years

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In 50 years, researchers have some interesting predictions for how Antarctica will fair. /READ MORE// Beautiful Video of All 59 US National Parks in 1 Minute By...

Best of 2018: Unstable Antarctica

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Even with all the concerns over a warming globe, scientists thought the eastern side of Antarctica was more or less stable.  That all changed...

Best of 2018: The Thwaites Glacier

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The glaciers on the western edge of Antarctica have been melting at an accelerated rate since the mid-1990, the least stable of which is...

Best of 2011 // 100: Arctic Ice Hits a new...

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Satellites began measuring the extent of Arctic Ice back in th 1970's.  During the summer of one year in the 70's, readings measured almost...

Best of 2018: Drones and Penguins

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This Adélie penguin made it's way from it's colony on Antartica's tiny Brash Island to get a closer look at a drone researchers were...

Best of 2016 // #94: The Era of Man

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The earth below our feet hides layer of ages, periods where different things happened which has been preserved in rock, leading scientists to point...

Best of 2018: Hidden Ice World

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When the Larsen C Ice Shelf collapsed back in 2017, it revealed a hidden world - an entire marine ecosystem that had evolved hidden...