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Antarctic ice shelf makes strange noises

Researchers have discovered strange sounds from an Antarctic ice shelf. The sounds are generated when winds blow over snowy dunes and make ice vibrate. Researchers believe that this scary sound could be used to track changes in the Ice Shelf. Ross Ice Shelf is the largest ice shelf in the Antarctic, about the size of Texas. The ice shelf is …

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The Song of Climate Change: Antarctic Ice Shelf & # 39; sings & # 39;

Antarctica's vast Ross Ice Shelf has been "caught" in remarkable new observations – something that could help scientists track their changes remotely. Winds blowing across snow dunes on the shelf cause the surface of the Texas ice sheet to vibrate and produce an almost constant set of seismic "sounds" described in a recent study just released. The Ice Shelf – …

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Wanted ICE Refugee; Child hunter caught in Church Point

Jose Martinez: Photo Credit: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, transmitted, rewritten or redistributed. Jose Martinez: Credit: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement One of the US Refugee and Customs Agency's most wanted refugees was arrested in a church house. According to official data, Jose Martinez was sought …

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LISTEN: Antarctic ice shelf is 'singing' and it's creepy

A Texas-sized ice shelf seems to be dabbling in the art of music. The Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica It Is Sounds Reminiscent of a Didgeridoo, or The Drone of a Horror Movie Soundtrack. Besides being eerie, Colorado State University's professor of geophysics Rick Aster said. When humans burn fossil fuels, heat-trapping gases are released into the atmosphere that contribute …

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Scientists caught on Antarctic ice shelf singing a strange tune

Antarctica is an honest child of creepy. It's leaking from the inside; it loves to ooze some bloody liquids out into the ocean like some gargantuan stabbing victim; it's a dry hellscape being covered in a thick layer of literal water; and now it turns out Antarctica is an avid whistler of some eerie tunes. Massive Ross Ice Shelf in …

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Antarctic ice shelf 'sings' as winds whip across its surface

Study co-author Rick Aster during a station trip on the Ice Shelf, holding a broadband seismometer. These sensitive sensors were buried at depths of two meters (6 feet) to record micro-scale seismic motions of the ice shelf in three dimensions over the course of two years. Credit: Rick Aster.      Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf causes the massive ice slab's surface …

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Europe and the Striking Beauty of 50-Foot Tall Ice Blades

Daniel Hobley, a scientist at Cardiff University, and his colleagues using the Galileo spacecraft, a NASA mission that studied Jupiter and its moons between 1995 and 2003, to study sublimation rates on Europe. They subside the moon, sublimation which has been overcome by other phenomena, like a bombardment of tiny meteorites and particles from space, which smooth out the surface. …

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Salt & Straw begins scooping ice (and bugs) at Downtown Disney

Kiss this mouse-shaped ice-cream bar goodbye, because strangely delicious balls have finally arrived in Disneyland. Portland-Based Chain Salt & Straw opened its sixteenth store this morning in Anaheim's Downtown Disney district, bringing its characteristic wood-carved interiors and hearty flavors to the Dole Whip-loving pallets of Disneyland visitors. Renowned for unexpected flavor combinations such as Black Olive Brittle & Goat Cheese …

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