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100 People Rescued From Rip Currents At Fla. Beaches

May 26, 2014
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About 100 deaths occur each year from rip currents. For safety's sake, NOAA recommends swimming in front of a lifeguard tower. Video provided by Newsy

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Giant Sinkhole Swallows Bosnian Pond

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AP (Nov. 26, 2013) — Residents of a remote Bosnian village have been left dumbfounded after a sinkhole formed two weeks ago and swallowed their local pond. Experts say drying underground water currents or soil drainage changes could be the culprit. (Nov. 26)
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Used Fry Oil Provides Electricity in Austria

Used Fry Oil Provides Electricity in Austria

Deutsche Welle (Oct. 4, 2011) — In Austria's state of Tyrol, electrical currents and heat are being produced from old cooking fat. After frying, restaurants and private households collect the used oil for a regional combined heating and power station.
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Atlantic Ocean Might Be To Blame For Global Warming 'Pause'

Atlantic Ocean Might Be To Blame For Global Warming 'Pause'

Newsy (Aug. 24, 2014) — Researchers say a recent pause in rising global temperatures might be caused by currents in the Atlantic Ocean. Video provided by Newsy
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Raw: Sinkhole Swallows Car in Front of Fla. Home

Raw: Sinkhole Swallows Car in Front of Fla. Home

AP (Nov. 10, 2014) — A vehicle was swallowed by what appeared to be a growing sinkhole in a community not far from Tampa, Fla. on Monday. A local TV station reports a number of families living in nearby homes were evacuated. (Nov. 10) Video provided by AP
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