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Ice Fishermen Stranded on a Minnesota Lake Are Rescued

On Monday, November 28, some 200 people who had become stranded on an ice block were saved thanks to a quick-thinking rescue operation by local organizations in Minnesota. 911 calls were made to the neighborhood sheriff’s office at Upper Red Lake in Beltrami County, Minnesota, around 11:34 a.m. local time on Monday.
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Vail celebrates its 60th season with a food and drink revival.

Due to the lingering impacts of the pandemic, there weren’t a whole lot of reasons for gourmands to celebrate last ski season when it came to eating and drinking on Vail Mountain, which benched everything from Blue Sky Basin’s hot dog shack (The Dog Haus) to the tony Game Creek Club. For its 60th season, the resort has created a slew of ways—old and new—to whet the appetite and wet your whistle in celebration of Vail’s diamond anniversary on the mountain and around the village. Here’s our synopsis (for more information:
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Letters to the editor

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. The extent that climate-change alarmism has reached in mainstream media is beyond the pale. Recent articles have blamed climate change for the failure of the lettuce crop in California and, unbelievably, the dumping of a metre or more of snow on the Buffalo, N.Y., area. Actually, the lettuce failure is the result of chronic drought and a virus. In Buffalo, the cause is something well-known as the lake effect. Remember the winters of 1977 or 1978?

Ice Age’s Scrat look-alike spotted in S’pore

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: Someone with sharp eyes recently uploaded a photo of a strange-looking animal to the Facebook group Singapore Wildlife Sighting. It looks like this:. “Is this some kind of squirrel?” she asked. That may be the same question you have after...

7 Desirable Homes On The Market

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Climate of the past: climate data from earthworm

Scientists in a research project led by Mainz's Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) have used a new method to reconstruct the climate of the past: by analyzing earthworm excretions, they determined temperatures and precipitation during the last ice age, which took place around peaked 25,000 years ago. They examined Ice Age...

Vyacheslav Chepurchenko – about filming in “Beetles”, refereeing in the “Ice Age” and fatherhood In early December, the final, third season of the Beetles series starts on TNT. How has your character changed? And how have you changed over the years?. Vyacheslav Chepurchenko: All three seasons are just one summer for the characters. Our shooting lasted 5-6 years, and their arc was only three months, so they had no time to change. But, of course, Nikita, who came from comfortable Moscow to a village where everything works according to different rules, drew his own conclusions. Although my character was probably the most collected, he did not worry about the fact that there was no cappuccino on coconut milk, he became the first to be active in the village, to get food.

Evgenia Medvedeva: there are problems that are much more important than Dani Milokhin

Evgenia Medvedeva: there are problems that are much more important than Dani Milokhin. Two-time world and European champion Russian figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva told how she found out that her partner, blogger Danya Milokhin, left the Ice Age project. Before filming the fifth edition (the first in a personal tournament),...

Dramatic Recovery in Global Sea Ice Confounds the Net Zero Catastrophists

It’s a mystery. Why has Arctic sea ice cover roared back so quickly over the last few years? Nobody knows – not one scientist on the planet can tell you, writes Willis Eschenbach in a short essay on the climate site Watts Up With That? It might be noted, of course, that there was no shortage of explanations when there was a cyclical downturn, mostly to do with humans having something to do with it. Ice melting at the Poles is still one of the crucial supports for the entire command-and-control Net Zero political agenda.

Peculiar-Looking Squirrel Spotted In S’pore, Gets Compared To Scrat From Ice Age

Squirrel Spotted In Singapore Looks Like Scrat From Ice Age. Whenever noticing something out of the ordinary, some may take to social media to share about their encounter. Recently, a netizen spotted a peculiar-looking squirrel in Singapore and shared a photo of it on Facebook. In the comments, wildlife lovers...

Editor's Note: The Ice Ages

I find it Hard to believe that an entire decade has passed since I became the editor of this magazine. The day my inaugural issue hit local newsstands in November 2012 was the day Vail Resorts debuted the centerpiece of its namesake mountain’s 50th anniversary celebration: Gondola One, a luxurious modern upgrade (featuring Wi-Fi-enabled cabins with heated seats, one vinyl-wrapped in faux gold leaf) named for the original lift that began whisking skiers (in then state-of-the-art four-passenger, unheated fiberglass cabins made by Bell Aerospace) from the top of Bridge Street to Mid-Vail on December 15, 1962.

Kentucky study sheds light on Ohio's Ice Age American Indians | Archaeology

The Paleoindian period is the time between the arrival of the ancestors of the indigenous American Indians in the Ohio Valley, around 16,000 years ago, and the end of the Ice Age about 10,000 years ago. A new book, "The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age," explores what was going on during this important period from the Ohio River to the Gulf of Mexico. Archaeologists Kary Stackelbeck and Greg Maggard contributed an overview...

Skiing: Ice Age Nordic undergoes rebuilding project

After graduating 10 seniors from the ski team last season, Ice Age Nordic is looking to rebuild on the strength of some talented underclassmen. The girls’ team lost veterans Norah Lee and Amelia Heider while the boys lost their leading skier Todd Niles. The girls finished 10th at state last year and the boys were 15th. The girls will be led by freshman Emily Berger, who was the Middle School Classical State Champion and sixth overall last year. She will be joined by veteran Emily...