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The 81-year-old South Korean is the only inhabitant of a remote island

No woman is an island – unless you are Kim Sin-yeol. The 81-year-old former South Korean freediver lives alone on one of the Dokdo Islands, a long-contested volcanic eruption four-hour boat ride from civilization. Kim is the only permanent resident of the secluded boulder between Japan and South Korea in the Eastern Sea, where bad weather can cut her off …

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South Korean Widow, 81, sole inhabitant of the disputed island

The Dokdo Islands, which are currently administered by Seoul, are located in the Eastern Sea, according to South Korea. However, Japan refers to the islands as Takeshima and refers to their surrounding waters as the Sea of ​​Japan. The couple were the only permanent inhabitants of the small islands for years, although other people, such as police officers, lighthouse operators …

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Amazon Abandons Plans to Build Long Island City Campus

via Amazon Feb. 14, 2019 By Nathaly Pesantez Amazon has withdrawn from its plans to build a campus in Long Island City, the company said today in a bombshell announcement. The e-commerce giant had previously made a long statement in its blog This morning, the rationale was linked to the opposition the project had faced since the official announcement of …

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US Navy warships sail in the South China Sea near the contested artificial island

The USS Preble (left) and USS Spruance (right) near the Chinese artificial island Mischief Reef in the South China Sea sent several territorial conflicts that triggered tensions in the region. (Mass Communications Specialist Seaman Apprentice Joshua Leonard / Photo of the US Navy) Two US missile destroyers sailed Monday near the Chinese artificial island of Mischief Reef in the South …

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A young island on earth can give clues as to how Mars formed the water

Four years ago, an underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific, forming a new island. And NASA noted this. The evolution of the island could contain clues about how water could have shaped similar features on Mars billions of years ago, according to NASA's space agency, satellite photographs began collect to track how the elements on the land carved and …

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The mysterious island in the Pacific is nowhere to go: NASA

A mysterious island that formed in the South Pacific four years ago appears to be staying here, according to NASA scientists. The island formed between December 2014 and January 2015 was caused by a volcanic eruption nearby the nation of Tonga, between two older islands known as Hunga Tonga and Hunga Ha'apai. The new island is one of only three …

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The mysterious island that has formed in the Pacific is here to stay

The three year volcanic island (center) seen from the SEA drone. (Photo credits: Woods Hole) A mysterious island that formed in the South Pacific four years ago appears to be staying here according to NASA scientists. The island formed between December 2014 and January 2015 was caused by a volcanic eruption nearby the nation of Tonga, between two older islands …

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Baffin Island is ice-free for the first time in 40,000 years

January 25 (UPI) – The rapidly retreating Arctic glaciers have revealed ancient moss and lichen and were ice-free for the first time in 40,000 years, according to a new analysis by researchers from the University of Colorado, Boulder. newly thawed plants, contextualized by temperature records from Greenland ice cores, suggest that the Arctic is warmer than any century in 115,000 …

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More than 7,000 National Grid customers are left with no brutal cold during a gas accident in Rhode Island

22nd January 2019 By Kevin Byrne AccuWeather contributor, writer 22nd January 2019, 10:22:17 PM EST Share: Governor of Rhode Island, Gina Raimondo, declared state of emergency in Newport County, Rhode Island, after more than 7,000 National Grid Utility customers were found on Monday without heat, as the region was hit by extreme cold. In a statement, the company said it …

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The southwest of the island could significantly contribute to sea level rise – ScienceDaily

Greenland melts faster than previously thought – and will probably lead to a faster rise in sea level – thanks to the ongoing, accelerating warming of the Earth's atmosphere, a new study has revealed. Scientists concerned about sea level The rise has long focused on Greenland's southeast and northwest, where large glaciers are pouring iceberg sized ice chunks into the …

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