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After a long period of pummeling wind, snow, and ice, weather photographer Marko Korosec sensed an opportunity to climb Mount Javornik, part of a mountain range in eastern Slovenia and the location of a popular ski center. What he discovered can only be described as otherworldly. Trees and
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"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can."
- Arthur Ashe

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Scientists know there are more giant craters in Siberia, but are nervous to even study them
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While on an expedition to Antarctica last month, photographer Alex Cornell witnessed a massive iceberg flip, revealing a strangely translucent blue underside that's completely free of snow and debris. According to Science World, almost 90% of any given iceberg is below the surface,
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