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How do scientists predict the future of Earth's climate? In this activity, your students explore this question with data and cooperation.
Students are introduced to the unanswered question about the future of Earth's climate. They explore data showing temperature changes over the past 120 years and data illustrating climate trends over different time scales. Students evaluate the information the data provide and consider the limitations of conclusions based on the data.
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Why are climate change doubters put down when there's evidence out there to show climate change is doubtful , but these scientists are mocked and put down 
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Looking for a way to show your students around the United States and Canada without actually setting foot outside of your classroom? Check out National Geographic Education‘s State GeoTours created by the Network of Alliances for Geographic Education.…
Looking for a way to show your students around the United States and Canada without actually setting foot outside of your classroom? Check out National Geographic Education's State GeoTours created...
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On February 27, 1973, the American Indian Movement (AIM) and other Native Americans began civil rights protests in the town of Wounded Knee, South Dakota and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. What sparked the protests, and how were the protests resolved?
On February 27, 1973, members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and other Native Americans occupied the town of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, demanding greater civil rights. The standoff with government forces would last three months.
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Sad,,,but true ...😯😕😠😢😭😭😭
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EDUCATION What makes a Global Teacher Prize finalist? Performing biology songs and dances? Taking field trips to cemeteries? Developing a street-cleaning robot? Setting up a food production business? (Global Teacher Prize) Get a head-start on next year’s…
EDUCATION What makes a Global Teacher Prize finalist? Performing biology songs and dances? Taking field trips to cemeteries? Developing a street-cleaning robot? Setting up a food production busines...
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+MALIHE GHANIZADE marivel garcia
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Watch the Sahara Fertilize the Amazon

SCIENCE On one side of the Atlantic is one of the driest splotches of land on Earth. On the other side is one of the wettest and most fertile. Despite the miles of open ocean separating the Sahara and Amazon, the two locales do share a…
SCIENCE On one side of the Atlantic is one of the driest splotches of land on Earth. On the other side is one of the wettest and most fertile. Despite the miles of open ocean separating the Sahara ...
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BUSINESS The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is hearing arguments in a lawsuit against the giant clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch. The suit claims religious discrimination in not hiring a job applicant wearing hijab. (International…
BUSINESS The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is hearing arguments in a lawsuit against the giant clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch. The suit claims religious discrimination in n...
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+Tessa Guilfoyle We are as long as you dont shove your views down my throat.
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In 1692, several girls in Salem, MA behaved strangely, prompting town officials to accuse three women of practicing witchcraft. What's one theory modern researchers have for the girl's behavior?

Challenge your class to survive the witchcraft hysteria in our educational interactive Media Spotlight: http://on.natgeo.com/1GCHrpD


On March 1, 1692, three women in Salem, Massachusetts, were accused of practicing witchcraft. ;
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What horrible matter to discussed as to whether or not, the craft or rituals was dealt with blood. Be that they may have been patsyes or actual defiant women of an unknown nature.
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The first steamship service took people from San Francisco, California to the tip of South America, around Cape Horn, then back up to New York Harbor. Today, we can travel from San Francisco to New York in about 6 hours but how long do you think it took to get there by steamship?
On February 28, 1849, the first regular steamship service between the West Coast and East Coast of the United States completed its first run. ;
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+Max Gron​​ well done man. Another real scholar. Wicked shit. I don't think they're even correct on the date and actual "first voyage Malachi" it is U.S. "national" geo though REMEMBER.
The first steamship voyage was the SS Savannah which left Georgia for Liverpool, in 1819 Nat geo 🙌 oh YEAH. That was a service, wasn't it ? Or did you mean "first passenger service line."
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Creature Feature: Woodpeckers are Pros at Protecting their Brains

By Allie Miller and Jen Schill from the Biomimcry Institute Given that there are more than 180 species of woodpeckers worldwide, in many parts of the world, the woodpecker’s distinctive drumming is a familiar sound. These birds can peck at an astounding…
By Allie Miller and Jen Schill from the Biomimcry Institute Given that there are more than 180 species of woodpeckers worldwide, in many parts of the world, the woodpecker’s distinctive drumming is...
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Grand Teton National Park is just south of Yellowstone, and offers its own mesmerizing views. Which migrating mammal helped spur the creation of the park in 1929? #environment #history #education
On February 26, 1929, Grand Teton National Park, in northwestern Wyoming, was created. ;
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By Seth Dixon, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geography, Rhode Island College  Food. It’s something we all think about, talk about, and need. Food has been one major topic of interest at National Geographic because it connects all of us to our environment.…
By Seth Dixon, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geography, Rhode Island College  Food. It's something we all think about, talk about, and need. Food has been one major topic of interest at National Ge...
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"Remember the Alamo" became a rallying cry for Texans during their war for independence from Mexico in 1836. How many volunteers answered William Travis's call for help during the battle?
On February 24, 1836, William Travis sent a call for help for the Texan troops defending the Alamo. ;
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