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The exclusivity situation in Metro Exodus is a huge mess

Share. Metro Exodus, which becomes exclusive to the Epic Games Store, is followed by a busy week of confusing and contradictory statements. By Tom Marks It's been a week since you looked at me. The publisher Deep Silver has announced that Metro Exodus will be removed from Steam and sold exclusively at the Epic Games Store since then. The decision …

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A huge cave was discovered in a glacier, and that's bad news

A glacier observed by a NASA research aircraft over the West Antarctic. Image: Mario Tama / Getty Images By Kellen Beck 2019-02-03 20:03:25 UTC [19659007] Whether they are in your teeth or in an Antarctic glacier, cavities are bad sign. The West Antarctic's Thwaites Glacier has developed a cavity approximately two-thirds of Manhattan's size and about 1,000 feet in size, …

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NASA warning as 'world's most dangerous glacier' to COLLAPSE after HUGE cavity found | Science | News

West Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier covers 70,270 square miles (182,000 square miles), the approximate size of Florida. The ice mass has been dubbed the "world's most dangerous glacier" because it holds enough ice to raise the world more than two feet (65cm). What is more, the Thwaites Glacier backstops other ice sheets with an additional eight feet (2.5m). And in calamitous …

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Giant Hole in the Antarctic of the Thwaites Glacier Disturbing discovery when a huge hole was found under the Thwaites Glacier of the Antarctic

Polar vortex may be related to climate change Researchers say a massive two-thirds sized Manhattan void was found under a glacier in the Antarctic. The bag is a sign of "rapid decline" and just one of "some disturbing discoveries" made recently with respect to the glacier, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said in a Wednesday press release, "An important role in …

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Huge cavity in the Antarctic glacier signals rapid decay

A gigantic cave – two thirds of the surface of Manhattan and almost 300 meters high – growing at the foot of the Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctic is one of several disturbing discoveries reported in a new NASA-led study of decay Glacier. The results emphasize the need for detailed observations of the Antarctic Bottoms of the glaciers in calculating …

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Huge space rocks hit Earth twice as often as before

Huge rocks from space or asteroids fall from the sky more than before. But there is nothing to worry about. A recent study has shown that large asteroids have crashed twice on earth in the last 290 million years, more than 1945,9005 (1945,9006), as often as in the 700 million years before. The journal Science published the study in January. …

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Andes grew to huge heights in two explosive growth spurts

The Cuernos del Paine in Chile are part of the Andes. Credit: Shutterstock Far from a smooth, inevitable rise, the emergence of the iconic Andean mountains was downright explosive. When the peaks rose tens of millions of years ago on the west coast of South America, the continent was shaken by violent volcanic eruptions, according to a new study. The …

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Trump has a huge obsession with chyronen, says ex Staffer

A new all-rounder from a former White House employee appears on the shelves later this month, promising luscious details from the administration of President Donald Trump. One of them is his alleged fixation in the cable news gyros, the All-Caps banners blown off the underside of a television screen. The president's obsession report is told by Cliff Sims, a former …

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Chevy built a huge, 3,000-pound Lego replica of a Silverado

If you have ever wondered what a full-size pickup truck would look like in lego form, Chevrolet and Lego have prepared you for it. The two companies have joined forces to form a massive, life-size Lego version of the Silverado pickup truck – and the results are impressive despite being a publicity stunt for Chevrolet's work with Lego on The …

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