Giant Iceberg Breaks As Term ‘Global Warming’ Hits 35

National Public Radio: A chunk of ice broke free in the waters of Greenland a few days ago, and it's not just any ice cube: This one's four times the size of Manhattan, containing enough fresh water to supply the entire United States for 120 days. Guy Raz charts the biggest Arctic iceberg in nearly 50 years, and then checks in with Wallace Broecker who 35 years ago today published a paper that gave a name to one of the most pressing issues of our time: global warming. Copyright (c) 2010 National Public ......

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