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Backboard Support Collapses On Globetrotter, Damn Near Kills Him - Front Page Buzz

Backboard Support Collapses On Globetrotter, Damn Near Kills Him - Front Page Buzz | Global Problems | Scoop.it
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Oh my god the things you do to score. That backboard should have been stable like seriously. Every game they should check it. Wow I hope he's fine look liked it when he waved to the crowd. 

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Novel method to identify suitable new homes for animals under threat from climate change

Novel method to identify suitable new homes for animals under threat from climate change | Global Problems | Scoop.it
Scientists have devised a novel method to identify suitable new homes for animals under threat from climate change. Almost half of all bird and amphibian species are believed to be highly vulnerable to extinction from climate change.

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Poor dudes

 

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Get Ready For S4 EP07 - The North Face® Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® 2013 - Race Report

Great season for Sebastien Chaigneau who start his Ultra world tour by Canaria for the Transgrancanaria, 120kms - 7000D+ that he has won. Then he traveled to...

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Cool race feel bad for they dad but its good he stopped

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Big grizzlies trapped to try to snare answers to population puzzle - NBCNews.com

Big grizzlies trapped to try to snare answers to population puzzle
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Surveys showed a decline in the grizzly population until the early 1980s.
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Too bad the climate killinoff animals...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beheaded in front of children, Obama-backed savages drag captives to their doom and butcher them like animals in some of the most brutal scenes to emerge from Syria - Atlas Shrugs

Beheaded in front of children, Obama-backed savages drag captives to their doom and butcher them like animals in some of the most brutal scenes to emerge from Syria - Atlas Shrugs | Global Problems | Scoop.it
Obama-backed jihadists are brazen and emboldened by his support.

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That is real bad, even though there criminals they shouldn't be beheaded that should be in jail

 

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Dallas Underwater Hockey Team plays rare, 50-year-old sport in Duncanville - Pegasus News

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Dallas Underwater Hockey Team plays rare, 50-year-old sport in Duncanville
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“It's not a spectator sport unless you're in the water,” said Kevin Barnes, founder of the Dallas Underwater Hockey team.

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That's sweet

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Pollution a Major Threat to Humans - AllAfrica.com

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Pollution a Major Threat to Humans
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Some of the emitted pollutants like ozone depleting substances now under a complete phase out stage deplete the ozone layer which is a life zone in the sky which protects people from the sun's rays.
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I can't believe were destroying what we were given...

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Pollution, Not Rising Temperatures, May Have Melted Alpine Glaciers : NPR

Pollution, Not Rising Temperatures, May Have Melted Alpine Glaciers  : NPR | Global Problems | Scoop.it
About 160 years ago, before Europe began warming up, glaciers in the Alps started rapidly retreating. Now NASA scientists offer a possible explanation for this apparent paradox: Soot from the Industrial Revolution could have heated up the ice.
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