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Heating Up

Big Data Predicts Centuries Of Harm If Climate Warming Goes Unchecked

It took about 30 teams of scientists worldwide, using supercomputers to churn through mountains of data, to see patterns aligning of what will happen decades and centuries from now.

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NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio and NASA Center for Climate Simulation

Big Data Predicts Centuries Of Harm If Climate Warming Goes Unchecked

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Every member of the board for the Museum of Political Corruption received this "kickback" button in their information folders at a recent meeting. Jessica Bloustein Marshall for NPR hide caption

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New Yorkers May Soon Be Able To Buy Kickbacks ... As Souvenirs

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A building called Sustainability Base, at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., has an energy-efficient design that allows in sunlight. So for most of the year, the interior is illuminated by natural light. Dominic Hart/NASA hide caption

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NASA Uses Lessons From Space To Design An Efficient Building

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Russia's Mariya Savinova won gold in the 800-meter final at the 2012 Olympics in London. A new report ruled that she should never should have competed because her drug test profile showed she was doping. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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Doping Scandal Jeopardizes Olympic Dreams Of Russian Athletes

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Chef Michael Cimarusti, of Los Angeles' Providence restaurant, is pioneering the West Coast incarnation of Dock to Dish, a program that hooks up local fishermen directly with chefs. Courtesy of Providence hide caption

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LA's Top Restaurant Charts New Waters In Sustainable Seafood

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An empty jury box at the Orange County Courthouse during the Casey Anthony murder trial in 2011. Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Why Courts Use Anonymous Juries, Like In Freddie Gray Case

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