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April 20, 2013

We'll start this time with CHASING ICE —a documentary by and about one of the world's greatest adventurers, who spent years with his brave & hardy team designing, building and setting up some of the world's toughest cameras to endure the planet's harshest environments, all to track by time-lapse whether glaciers are growing or shrinking.  It's spectacular to watch, long before you finally get to see the hard-won footage.


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Posted by thefermiparadox  on  04/24  at  04:25 PM

Dr. Brin-  Great posts lately.  Love your blog and appreciate the news on the variety of topics.  Looking forward to checking out scyfy’s new miniseries.  Continuum is the only show I watch on the channel. Wish another Battlestar G. would come out.

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