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Either Martians or Mars has gas 07/05/2010

Either Martians or Mars has gas

Cows and Mars have at least one thing in common — methane. Like flatulent (or farting) cows that produce the gas, the Red Planet releases clouds of methane, according to a recent study.


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Weekend Weather Really Is Different 07/05/2010

Weekend Weather Really Is Different

Do you ever feel like the weather is out to get you? All week long, it seems, you sit inside at school while the sun shines outside. Then, as soon as the weekend comes, the sky turns gray. There's rain in the forecast.


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Arctic Melt 07/05/2010

Arctic Melt

Earth's North and South Poles are famous for being cold and icy. Normally, ice builds in Arctic waters around the North Pole each winter and shrinks during the summer. But for many years, the amount of ice left by the end of summer has been declining


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A Dire Shortage of Water 07/02/2010

A Dire Shortage of Water

If it were up to me, the weather would be hot and sunny every day.

Good thing it's not up to me. Earth needs rain and snow.

Without a reliable supply of water, we would have nothing to drink, nothing to sustain our crops. Swimming pools would be empty.


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Where rivers run uphill 07/02/2010

Where rivers run uphill

Scientists think that lakes under the ice might act like giant slippery banana peels — helping the ice slide more quickly over Antarctica’s bumpy bedrock toward the ocean, where it breaks into icebergs.


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The Best Defense Is a Good Snow Fence 07/02/2010

The Best Defense Is a Good Snow Fence

Snowy states like Wyoming have long used wooden snow fences to stop blowing snow from covering highways. Wide drifts form behind the fences instead of on the roads.


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Recipe for a Hurricane 07/02/2010

Recipe for a Hurricane

Last August, Charley ripped through Florida. The hurricane tore up trees, wiped out houses, and caused more than $7 billion in damage.

At about the same time, a series of typhoons killed at least 40 people in the Philippines and forced more than a millio


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A Change in Climate 07/01/2010

A Change in Climate

From one day to the next, weather can have a big effect on your life. When it rains, you have to stay indoors or carry an umbrella. When it's cold, you have to bundle up.


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The solar system's biggest junkyard 07/01/2010

The solar system's biggest junkyard

On a clear night, you can look in the sky and see the moon and stars. You might even see the blinking light of a working satellite as it flies past, on its way around the Earth.

And, even though you cannot see it, you are also looking at the largest junk


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Warmest Year on Record 07/01/2010

Warmest Year on Record

You've probably heard about global warming—the heating up of Earth's atmosphere due to the buildup of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. New analyses show just how warm the world is getting.


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