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Record-Breaking Temperature of Nearly 65ºF Logged in Antarctica as Scientists Sound Alarm Over Rapid Ice Melt 
The Antarctic peninsula was warmer than the United Kingdom when the the temperature was recorded Friday.
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Fire and Rescue personnel run to move their truck as a bushfire burns next to a major road and homes on the outskirts of the town of Bilpin on December 19, 2019 in Sydney News
'Unquestionably Alarming Signs': New Data Confirms Earth Just Had Hottest Decade on Record
2019 was also the second warmest year on record, and the past five years were the five warmest on record.
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Will Antarctic Ice Doom Us All?
A new study arrives at some disturbing numbers
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Fifty years after the moon landing, Michael Winship reflects on five decades of American life. Views
Everyone's Gone to the Moon…
… And given what it's like here at home, the moon may be the best place to be.
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'A Red Screaming Alarm Bell' to Banish Fossil Fuels: NASA Confirms Last Five Years Hottest on Record
"We're no longer talking about a situation where global warming is something in the future. It's here. It's now."
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City-Sized 1,000-Foot Deep Cavity Found in Glacier, Warns NASA, Signaling 'Rapid Decay' of Antarctic Ice
If the Thwaites Glacier were to eventually collapse into the ocean, scientists fear, "it might be more than a scientific curiosity. Indeed, it might be the kind of event that changes the course of civilization."
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'An Indication of What's Coming': Melting at North and South Poles Worse Than Previously Thought
While NOAA's annual report shows the Arctic has lost 95 percent of its oldest, thickest ice, NASA researchers have observed ice retreat in East Antarctica—a region they'd believed was stable
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'Clear Human Fingerprints' Found by NASA Study of Increasingly Dire Global Water Shortages
"This report is a warning and an insight into a future threat."
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As CO2 Levels Soar Past 'Troubling' 410 ppm Threshold, Trump Kills NASA Carbon Monitoring Program
What worries one scientist most is that humanity is "continuing full speed ahead with an unprecedented experiment with our planet, the only home we have."
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As Trump Denies Science, 'Terrifying Trend' Continues as 2017 Among Hottest Years Ever Recorded
Both NASA and NOAA have found that the last four years rank as the world's hottest ever
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