Iceberg Split From the Larsen C Ice Shelf

Iceberg Split From the Larsen C Ice Shelf

On July 12, 2017, the scientific community declared that the largely predicted split of the Larsen C ice shelf has occurred in Antarctica. The break unleashed a gigantic iceberg that is the weight of a trillion tons and is more than 2,200 square miles in area. The Washington Post reported that the iceberg is one of […]

Plastic Pollution Affecting Major Waterways Tackled by US Aquariums

Plastic Pollution Affecting Major Waterways Tackled by US Aquariums

Plastic-based pollution is being attacked by U.S. aquariums, who have joined together to create the new Aquarium Conservation Partnership (ACP), as reported on July 10, 2017, on PR Newswire. The partnership aims to stop plastic that is polluting major waterways and severely threatening marine animals. The aquariums have joined to begin a national campaign, aimed […]

International Space Station Call Shows Trump as Space Case

International Space Station Call Shows Trump as Space Case

What planet was President Donald Trump raised on? Clearly the air was too thin or the lofty air he breathes these days is. During his call to the International Space Station (ISS) today, he managed to mispronounce the commander’s name (and she was who he was calling), to insult the space agencies in other countries, […]

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