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Ice pops reminds of possible Listeria contamination

DENVER – A West Virginia company voluntarily recalls thousands of cases of ice pop for potential Listeria contamination at a Denver plant, the Food and Drug Administration announced Monday. The recall includes two types of frozen desserts Goat Fields Company – Budget $ aver Cherry Pineapple Monster Pops and Sugar Free Twin Pops. (FDA) Between April 5 and April 19, …

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Ice pops reminds of possible Listeria contamination

DENVER – A West Virginia company voluntarily backs up thousands of cases of ice pop for potential Listeria contamination at a Denver plant, the Food and Drug Administration announced Monday. The recall concerns two types of frozen desserts made by the Ziegenfelder Company – Budget Cherver Pineapple Monster Pops and Sugar-free Twin Pops. (FDA) Between April 5 and April 19, …

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Bizarre Arctic Sea Ice Circles Spotted During NASA Mission

Holes in Arctic sea ice are seen on April 14, 2018 in the eastern Beaufort Sea. (NASA) Beaufort Sea in the Arctic Ocean. One Scientist on the Flight said he would never see anything like it. An annual NASA airborne mission over both poles revealed mysterious holes NASA's Earth Observatory was spotted April 14 north of Canada in the eastern …

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Even NASA is confused by these ice circles in the Arctic Ocean

NASA can only speculate about the mysterious ice circles in the Beaufort Sea in the Arctic Ocean. The photo was part of NASA's Operation IceBridge, which aims to map the land and sea ice of the area. ( John Sunday | Operation IceBridge / NASA ) On April 17, NASA released a satellite image of an ice surface with strange …

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Nasa can not explain pictures of strange ice circles in the Arctic Sea

During a routine flyover in the Arctic Ocean earlier this month, a NASA scientist photographed images of mysterious ice holes over the eastern Beaufort Sea. The holes seem to be the first of their kind ever recorded on film, and the researchers struggle to understand what they are and how they got there. NASA mission researcher John Sonntag has taken …

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Royals pitcher grabs the wheel after ice falls on windscreen of the bus

Blaine Boyer seems to have quick instincts both on and off the field. When the Royals drove through Toronto before their series against the Blue Jays, a large chunk of ice crashed onto the windshield of one of the team's buses, according to several reports. The strange collision shattered the windshield, causing the resulting broken glass to injure the driver. …

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Game postponed to Ice Damage Rogers Center Roof

The CN Tower, shown here on a much sunnier day, rises above the Rogers Center in Toronto (Photo: Luc Leclerc, USA TODAY Sports) [19659004] After two of their Cleveland weekend games were postponed due to bad weather, the Toronto Blue Jays returned to their air-conditioned home with the roof on Rogers Center protecting them from the elements. Not so fast. …

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Rising temperatures allowed peat formation at the end of the last ice age

sixteenth April (UPI) – New research indicates that periods of global warming during the last ice age promoted the formation of peat bogs. Researchers began developing a computer model to simulate local climate patterns over the last 26,000 years. The last ice age reached its glacial maximum 26,000 to 22,000 years ago, after which the glaciers began to retreat. The …

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Rising temperatures allowed peat formation at the end of the last ice age

sixteenth April (UPI) – New research indicates that periods of global warming during the last ice age promoted the formation of peat bogs. Researchers began developing a computer model to simulate local climate patterns over the last 26,000 years. The last ice age reached its glacial maximum 26,000 to 22,000 years ago, after which the glaciers began to retreat. The …

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area dodged ice ball; Now comes rain, snow – The Buffalo News

Consider the first weather globe of the week that has dodged. The ice storm came late Saturday and Sunday and passed without significant damage Now it will rain heavily on Monday. Then another frig day with some snow overnight and Tuesday possible. The National Weather Service has sent a flood watch to all eight districts in West New York by …

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