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  • Castle Rock Water
    Castle Rock Water: Review
    Castle Rock Water is a Dunsmuir, California company and a rare one at that. It's not just that their product is not offered in plastic. It's not just that they provide glacial water to the consumer. It's also that it is served in...
  • Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn at Lindt Chocolate Heaven Exhibition
    Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn play tennis at 'Top of Europe' for Lindt
    A tennis match on a glacier, sponsored by a chocolatier? Yes please, said skier Lindsey Vonn to Roger Federer when he invited her to participate in an exhibition. There you'll find the LINDT SWISS CHOCOLATE HEAVEN at the Jungfraujoch &ldquo...
  • Man survives 70 foot fall in Nepal
    Man survives 70 foot fall in Nepal
    Hiking solo in Nepal a man fell 70 feet and survived.John All, an associate geography professor at Western Kentucky University, was collecting snow samples on Mount Himlung in the Himalayas when he fell 70 feet into a crevasse.All and his team are...
  • Greenland Glaciers
    Greenland’s melting ice will be more substantial than expected
    New findings regarding Greenland’s icy formations have revealed that the ice melt will take a different, more destructive path than once thought. Deep canyons and valleys containing thick sheets of ice have been discovered below sea level,...
  • Melting Glaciers
    Hawaii, The sea water is rising faster than you think!
    Aloha all you eco-friendly readers out there!Have you ever wondered about how the sea water's rising?How would you like to learn more about the climate change that has been going on starting with the melting glaciers.If you are interested in...
  • University of Colorado Boulder leads team in mapping 198,000 glaciers
    University of Colorado Boulder leads team in mapping 198,000 glaciers
    Glaciologists from the University of ColoradoBoulder and Trent University of Ontario, Canada led an international team to completing the first global glacier mapping. Virtually all of the world's glaciers, including their sizes and locations,...
  • Glacier Dental Christmas Photo
    Glacier Dental in Oshkosh, WI Will Give Away Free Dentistry April 18, 2014
    On Friday April 18, 2014 Glacier Dental located at 1720 Congress Avenue in Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be giving away free dentistry according to the Dentistry From the Heart website.Dentistry From the Heart is an organization that was started in 2001...
  • Grand Canyon National Park
    Join the movement to support U.S. National Parks affected by sequestration
    Sequestrations are threatening our National Parks. While some cuts may go unnoticed by the American public, our national parks are already seeing the effects of the sequester. The National Parks Service (NPS) is struggling with the task of cutting...
  • Erupting volcano
    How to survive a global disaster
    Can humanity survive another global disaster? Life on Earth has survived asteroid bombardments, methane release. volcanic eruptions, epidemics and famine. But could life survive a global winter?"Scatter, Adapt and Remember," (Doubleday, ...
  • Alaska boy dies after fall into 200-foot glacier crevasse
    Alaska boy dies after fall into 200-foot glacier crevasse
    An Alaska boy was recovered early Monday (April 15) after falling into a 200-foot glacier crevasse over the weekend.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported the nine-year-old, Shion Brown of Fairbanks, was recovered from the bottom of a 200-foot...
  • Microbial life found in buried Antarctic Lake, scientists say
    Microbial life found in buried Antarctic Lake, scientists say
    Russian scientists claim to have discovered a new type of bacterial life in waters from a mysterious buried Antarctic lake, which may provide clues about the surrounding environment.The scientists, led by Sergei Bulat of the genetics laboratory at...
  • A topographic and bathymetric map of Antarctica without its ice sheets, assuming constant sea levels and no post-glacial rebound.
    Grand Canyon sized valley discovered beneath Antarctic ice
    The increasing rate of loss of ice on the Western Antarctic and the continued rise in ocean levels due to the loss of Antarctic ice has been in part explained by the discovery of a Grand Canyon sized valley (rift) reported in the journal Nature...
  • Lovely Lake Louise
    Lovely Lake Louise
    Lake Louise is a hamlet in Alberta, Canada, named for the nearby beautiful Lake Louise. This stunning turquoise lake nestled deep in the Canadian Rockies is named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria....
  • Northern Lights
    Iceland: Northern Lights, Glacier Walk, and Lobster Soup from $697!!!
    If you can fly from Boston, New York, Seattle, or Washington, DC, you can take advantage of an exceptional price and extraordinary travel package. Icelandair is offering roundtrip air, a 3 night hotel stay in a 4-star property, daily breakfast,...
  • Elk in Glacier NP
    Beat the “nature deficit” to defeat childhood obesity
    We could hear boops and beeps coming from the backseat of the neighboring car as we got out of our vehicle in Glacier National Park.In front of us, a herd of elk had gathered, grazing on tall grass and eying the human crowd with tolerant curiosity...