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Scientists find dozens of lakes deep under the Greenland ice

On the Greenlandic ice cap, meltwater forms in the summer. Part of it could percolate to recharge subglacial lakes. Photo: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center / Maria-José Viñas Scientists in the Antarctic have been documenting subglacial lakes for miles, buried under the ice for miles. They have discovered more than 400 of them and even investigated some and found evidence …

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The incumbent DHS secretary accused the head of the ICE at the press conference of exposing the immigration attacks: officials

Acting Minister of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan was scheduled to hold a press conference on Thursday to blame Immigration and Customs enforcement and its chief Mark Morgan for the leakage of a nationwide federal immigration operation. Washington Examiner communicated. The DHS canceled the briefing abruptly at 4:00 pm five minutes before the scheduled start date A DHS spokesperson has already …

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More than 50 lakes discovered under the Greenland Ice

Fifty-six hitherto unknown lakes under the Greenland Ice Sheet have been mapped by researchers using aerial instruments to gain a deeper understanding of how the world's ice landscape may change in the face of climate change. Overall, this is the first survey of subglacial lakes under the Greenland ice sheet, raising the total number in the region to 60, which …

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Greenland Ice Sheet: "More than 50 hidden lakes" discovered

Image Rights NASA / Goddard / Maria-José Viñas Photo caption Meltwater from above on Greenland Icecap can find its way to the bed Scientists have identified more than 50 new lakes with liquid water under the Greenland Ice Sheet. So far, only four lakes have been discovered. The Antarctic hides 470 lakes under its ice, but this latest study from …

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Trump delays scheduled ICE raids to see if Congress can resolve the border crisis

President Trump announced on Saturday that a planned mass action by illegal immigrants will be postponed for two weeks by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the hope that a bipartisan solution to the border crisis will be achieved. "At Democrats' request, I postponed the process of deporting illegal immigration by two weeks to see if Democrats and Republicans can …

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Virus photo shows extent of ice melt in Greenland

An image showing sled dogs whose ankles are deep in the water, where normally thick ice is, is viral. The picture, taken by Steffen Olsen, a scientist from the Danish Meteorological Institute, shows the devastating scale of ice melt in Greenland. The water through which the dogs run is, according to CNN, due to floods caused by excessive melting of …

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Long legged hyenas roamed the Arctic during the Ice Age

Artistic representation of the ancient Arctic hyenas. Illustration: Julius T. Csotonyi A pair of fossilized teeth confirms the presence of hyenas north of the Arctic Circle during the last Ice Age. The discovery fills an important fossil gap that eventually explains how hyenas have landed in North America. A pair of isolated hyenas in the Old Crow Basin in the …

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