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Greenpeace's Save the Arctic video

A short video, voiced by Jude Law and with a soundtrack from Radiohead, that highlights the plight of the Arctic (RT @GreenLibDems: Greenpeace's Save the Arctic video http://t.co/1ZqzylUz...)...
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Minerals: They’re Elementary! | Science Features

Minerals: They’re Elementary! | Science Features | Mrs Trammell Science Class | Scoop.it
Minerals are elementary to your everyday life, come find out how!
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Magnitude 5.2 - TONGA

Magnitude 5.2 - TONGA | Mrs Trammell Science Class | Scoop.it
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, responsible for monitoring, reporting, and researching earthquakes and earthquake hazards (RT @NewEarthquake: 5.2 earthquake, Tonga.
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The Structure and Movement of the Deep Earth

The Structure and Movement of the Deep Earth | Mrs Trammell Science Class | Scoop.it
The dynamic motion of the Earth’s interior helps shape its surface — and ultimately makes life on the planet possible.
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Invasive seaweed threatens environment along New England coast - Boston.com

Invasive seaweed threatens environment along New England coast - Boston.com | Mrs Trammell Science Class | Scoop.it
Invasive seaweed threatens environment along New England coastBoston.comAn aggressive red seaweed that hails from Japan has invaded the Massachusetts shoreline, threatening native wildlife, jeopardizing tourism, and causing a stink for beachfront...
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Mars Has "Oceans" of Water Inside

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The red planet could have "oceans" locked deep underground—hinting at volcanic origins for water on Mars's early surface, scientists say. (RT @NatGeo: Does Mars have "oceans" of water inside its rocky underground?
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