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Giant Hole Opens in Antarctic Ice Pack, and No One Knows Why

Scientists have been tracking large-scale changes in the Antarctic ice sheet in recent decades, but these changes are usually the result of known processes. The latest change is something tougher to explain. The post Giant Hole Opens in Antarctic Ice Pack, and No One Knows Why appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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