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No Ice at the North Pole

For the first time in human history, there will soon be no ice at the North Pole. In the June 27th edition of the Independent, Steve Connor quotes researcher Mark Serreze as saying, "From the viewpoint of science, the North Pole is just another point on the globe, but symbolically it is hugely important. There is supposed to be ice at the North Pole, not open water."

Although it's an ominous sign of continuing global warming, it's not bad for the locals: it opens the way for Arctic nations to reach oil and mineral deposits which have been impossible to get at because of the thick sea ice.

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