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Uncertainty is inherent to the scientific process, but scientists can quantify how much uncertainty there is about their findings. Help your students get comfortable with uncertainty as they study the relationship between oceans and global warming.
Students explore the relationships between ocean surface temperature and levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide and water vapor.
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Just another global warming bull.......
Futuregenerations will laugh at these people who believed that nonsense.
Truth is, that teperature is sinking about 18 degrees since the  80´s, thats the real tendancy.
And thats what real scientist found out, not these buyed one from these globalwarminglobbyists.
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Howling is a must if you're going to live with wolves, as Jamie Dutcher demonstrated during our Hangout. The whole thing is 30 minutes; a great addition to any classroom looking for some fresh, kid-friendly media! http://on.natgeo.com/1GngKbj
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On March 3, 1938, an American company discovered oil in Saudi Arabia, and found it to be the largest source of petroleum in the world. Much of the world's energy is produced by oil, but alternatives have being developed. Can your students name some?
On March 3, 1938, an American-owned oil well in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, drilled into what would soon be identified as the largest source of petroleum in the world.
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Did you know methane, carbon dioxide, and water vapor are all considered greenhouse gasses? This activity helps students examine what happens when human activity changes what's in Earth's atmosphere.
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Lobsangshilo, Luorogzhaxi, Geda the Living Buddha, and Yudingnima in their scarlet and orange Thibetan monk robes scramble across the rocky outcropping that hides the razor sharp wildlife snares that were strung days ago. So far, they’ve uncovered heaps…
Lobsangshilo, Luorogzhaxi, Geda the Living Buddha, and Yudingnima in their scarlet and orange Thibetan monk robes scramble across the rocky outcropping that hides the razor sharp wildlife snares th...
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Should 16-year-olds Be Allowed to Vote?

POLITICS Voters in Brattleboro, Vermont, will be asked this week to lower the voting age for local elections to 16, a move that some say could place the town on the cutting edge in a world where teenage political maturity may be vastly increasing thanks…
POLITICS Voters in Brattleboro, Vermont, will be asked this week to lower the voting age for local elections to 16, a move that some say could place the town on the cutting edge in a world where te...
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Yes, because it is modern generation and they are smart enough to chose their lider
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'Snow Cream'—delicious or dangerous?

FOOD Snow is one of the first “wild” foods small humans learn to forage. And this time of year it’s both free and plentiful. But is snow a magical, local and seasonal specialty or is it an adventure in extreme eating? (NPR) Learn more about snow and other…
FOOD Snow is one of the first "wild" foods small humans learn to forage. And this time of year it's both free and plentiful. But is snow a magical, local and seasonal specialty or is it an adventur...
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SCIENCE Two lower jawbones point to East Africa as the birthplace of our evolutionary lineage. One jaw is a new discovery, while one was discovered by the Leakey family 50 years ago. (Nat Geo News) Read our interviews with Meave and Louise Leakey to…
SCIENCE Two lower jawbones point to East Africa as the birthplace of our evolutionary lineage. One jaw is a new discovery, while one was discovered by the Leakey family 50 years ago. (Nat Geo News)...
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There is a straight connection between jawbones and personality.
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Pandas on the Rebound

SCIENCE The population of wild giant pandas has risen some 17% in just over a decade, the Chinese government reported this week. (Nat Geo News) Play our game to design a giant panda wildlife reserve with the right amount of food, water, and shelter to…
SCIENCE The population of wild giant pandas has risen some 17% in just over a decade, the Chinese government reported this week. (Nat Geo News) Play our game to design a giant panda wildlife reserv...
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Of Cod and Climate

SCIENCE Ancient cod bones unearthed at an Alaska archaeological site carry a very modern warning for a world with a rapidly changing climate—as sea levels rise, so do levels of mercury in the food web. (Alaska Dispatch News) Use this activity to learn…
SCIENCE Ancient cod bones unearthed at an Alaska archaeological site carry a very modern warning for a world with a rapidly changing climate—as sea levels rise, so do levels of mercury in the food ...
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March 2 is Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss's birthday. Those are good reasons celebrate literacy. What did your students read today in school?

On March 2, 1998, educators and students across the U.S. first celebrated Read Across America Day.
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