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OSLO: Sea levels will rise between 0.7 and 1.2 metres in the next two centuries even if governments end the fossil fuel era as promised under the Paris climate agreement,...
Olean Times Herald: MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A local amateur scientist is partnering with a University of Minnesota researcher to identify micrometeorites from Twin Cities rooftops. Scott Peterson, a military veteran, stay-at-home-dad and engineering student, works with a university...
The Himalayan: Team gold gives Norway record tally “FantasticGames for Norway, says Kjus Bronze medallist Norway’s Alpine Skiing team celebrate on the podium in Pyeongchang2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on February 24, 2018....
Antiwar: > I have a confession to make: I don’t hate Binyamin Netanyahu. I don’t hate Sara’le either. I generally don’t hate people. With the sole exception of people who have betrayed the trust I put in them and tried to stick a knife in my...
New York Post: OSLONorway plans to spend 100 million Norwegian crowns ($13 million) to upgrade a doomsday seed vault on an Arctic island built 10 years ago to protect the world’s food supplies, the government said on Friday. see also...
The Globe: The GlobeAmbulance 6:28 p.m. Thursday: 1200 block of OsloStreet, Worthington, adult male who had fallen. Crashes WPD: hit-and-run, 4:29 p.m. Tuesday, 1500 block of Joosten Road. � NCSO: 4:49......
Omaha World-Herald: +2 BrianEngland took a break from music after his daughter, now 18, was born. Music connects about everyone, and especially Omaha musician Brian England and his father, Dr. B.J. England. Doc England, 83, was the beloved town physician in Griswold, Iowa,...
Sunday Post: Register for our free newsletter WITH the Winter Olympics in full swing in South Korea, we look back at the origins of some of the Games’ most iconic sports. What is the oldest sport in the Winter Olympics? Before the Winter Games were established as a...
Public Technologies: Michael Musharbash, a second-year medical student, in Oslo, Norway where he attended the Nobel Peace PrizeCeremony. Michael Musharbash may be a busy medical student, but his advocacy work for environmental, social justice and LGBT causes also frequently takes...
Public Technologies: Another sort of click is also heard - multiple clicks from a camera. It is Leonardo Caproni, an Italian, a student in his last year of a doctorate from the University of Perugia. With his camera, he is recording each movement. He is very excited; he cannot...
Dothan Eagle: GlobalForecast as of 18:00 GMT Friday, February 23, 2018 ————— City/Town, Country;Friday's Weather Condition;Friday's High Temp (F);Friday's Low Temp (F);Saturday's Weather Condition;Saturday's High Temp (F);Saturday's Low Temp (F);Saturday's Wind...
Dothan Eagle: GlobalForecast as of 18:00 GMT Friday, February 23, 2018 ————— City/Town, Country;Friday's Weather Condition;Friday's High Temp (C);Friday's Low Temp (C);Saturday's Weather Condition;Saturday's High Temp (C);Saturday's Low Temp (C);Saturday's Wind...
Reuters: OSLO (Reuters) - Norway plans to spend 100 million Norwegian crowns ($13 million) to upgrade a doomsday seed vault on an Arctic island built 10 years ago to protect the world's food supplies, the government said on Friday. ......
IFL Science: If you’ve been enjoying the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, we have bad news for you. Climate change could be jeopardizing the future of this popular quadrennial sporting event. Competitions such as ski jumping, bobsleigh racing, and snowboarding require a lot of...
This is Money: OSLO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Norway plans to spend 100 million Norwegian crowns ($13 million) to upgrade a doomsday seed vault on an Arctic island built 10 years ago to protect the world's food supplies, the government...