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Friday’s Hot Clicks: Capitals Fan Taunts Literal Penguins in Antarctica

friday’s hot clicks: capitals fan taunts literal penguins in antarctica
The ones at the bottom of the world may not know about their rivalry with the Capitals.
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Fan Travels to Antarctica to Remind Penguins that the Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions

fan travels to antarctica to remind penguins that the capitals are stanley cup champions
This Capitals fan took trolling the Penguins to a whole new level. 
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A Piece of Ice The Size of Rhode Island is Missing From The South Pole And This is to Blame [Video]A Piece of Ice The Size of Rhode Island is Missing From The South Pole And This is to Blame  00:55

Scientists think that a hot spot powered by radioactive rocks is the cause for a piece of ice larger than Rhode Island disappearing from the South Pole.

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Two men attempt to cross Antarctica solo [Video]Two men attempt to cross Antarctica solo  00:52

Two explorers began their expedition earlier this month to try to cross Antarctica on their own, without any support.

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Two explorers to trek across the Antarctica solo [Video]Two explorers to trek across the Antarctica solo  01:29

ANTARCTICA — Two explorers began their expedition earlier this month to try to cross Antarctica on their own, without any support. Colin O'Brady is a seasoned athlete who has a world record in..

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Venus Flytraps Kill With Chemicals [Video]Venus Flytraps Kill With Chemicals  00:41

Venus flytraps have a macabre way of dispatching their victims: They snag curious insects that brush up against trigger hairs in their fly-trapping pods. According to Science Mag, physicists have..

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Your City Might End Up Underwater Even if Paris Agreement Goals Are Met [Video]Your City Might End Up Underwater Even if Paris Agreement Goals Are Met  01:17

A new study has found that even if the goals set forth by the Paris Agreement are met, sea levels could still rise by 13 feet. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

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Scientists Discover Remains Of Ancient Continents Beneath Antarctica [Video]Scientists Discover Remains Of Ancient Continents Beneath Antarctica  00:41

According to a report by Mother Nature Network, scientists have uncovered the remains of lost continents under the ice sheets of Antarctica, revealing clues about how the continent broke off from the..

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Beneath Antarctica's ice, intriguing evidence of lost continents

A new map reveals the remnants of ancient continents lurking beneath Antarctica's ice.
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WesternU Professor Publishes Paper on the Most Complete Enantiornithine Bird Fossil from North America

A 75-million-year-old bird skeleton from a threatened national monument in Utah represents the most complete example ever found in North America of a long-extinct group of birds called..
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Two men attempt solo Antarctica crossing

Two men from unique backgrounds are forging ahead, in a battle against each other and nature, to be the first to journey across Antarctica unsupported. 
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No One Has Ever Crossed Antarctica Alone. Two Men Are Trying Right Now.

Colin O’Brady and Louis Rudd are both trying to become the first to finish the 921-mile odyssey on ice completely unsupported. It is a journey that killed a man who tried two years ago.
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The Minus 5 Teams Up With Ben Gibbard (And a Penguin) for 'Christmas In Antarctica': Video Premiere

The Minus 5's Scott McCaughey credits the Monkees with putting him in the Christmas spirit -- including his group's 2017 album Dear...
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Long-lost continents discovered under Antarctica’s ice

An ESA satellite's data shows Antarctica was once linked to India and Australia before supercontinent Gondwana separated 200 million years ago.
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This coffin-shaped iceberg is headed to die

Nearly 20 years ago, the Ross Ice Shelf, the largest ice shelf in Antarctica at several hundred meters thick, saw a huge chunk break off, float out to sea and break up again into several large pieces...
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Antarctica scientist accused of stabbing colleague; possible motive is spoiled book endings

A Russian scientist working at a remote research station in Antarctica has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly stabbing a colleague in the chest. …
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A 'mind-boggling' telescope observation has revealed the point of no return for our galaxy's monster black hole

a 'mind-boggling' telescope observation has revealed the point of no return for our galaxy's monster black hole
· *A black hole 4 million times heavier than the sun lurks at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.* · *Telescopes just took the best-ever observations of hot gas circling the edge of the black..
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China eyes Antarctica access with first permanent airfield

The icy continent of Antarctica could prove to be the location of the next geopolitical battleground, as China announced Monday is preparing to build its first permanent airport at the South Pole.
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Giant Antarctic iceberg snaps into the ocean after forming ominous crack

Crack. After a nearly 20-mile rift formed across Antarctica's retreating Pine Island glacier in early September, about 115 square miles of ice — an area more than five times the size of Manhattan..
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Antarctic scientist 'stabbed colleague on remote research station because he kept telling him the endings of books': report

A scientist accused of attempted murder in Antarctica stabbed his colleague because “he was fed up with the man telling him the endings of books,” it has been claimed.
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"The White Darkness": One explorer's obsession with Antarctica

Henry Worsley aimed to walk in the footsteps of the great British explorer Ernest Shackleton by attempting something no one had ever done: a solo crossing of the continent on foot
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Researcher stabs colleague at Antarctica base after apparent emotional breakdown: report

A researcher stationed at an Antarctica base was stabbed and injured by a colleague earlier this month after the attacker suffered an apparent emotional breakdown, reports say.
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That strange, rectangular iceberg looks a lot less rectangular from space

Floating off the Antarctic coast, there's a profoundly angular iceberg that has unwittingly become the object of internet intrigue.  Though scientists in Antarctica regularly spot these..
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That rectangular iceberg NASA found is weird as hell, and it's not the only one

Flying 1,500 feet above the Antarctic coast, NASA scientists recently passed over a bizarrely straight-edged rectangular iceberg and snapped a picture of the floating slab.  While an intriguing..
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Report: Russian researcher stabs colleague in Antarctica

MOSCOW (AP) — The Interfax news agency says that a researcher at Russia's Antarctic station has stabbed and injured a colleague in an apparent emotional breakdown. The agency said Tuesday the..
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