Andri Snær Magnason

author of "The Casket of Time"

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This summer, the ice around the world has been disappearing fast under record heat. In one day, 13 billion tons of ice melted.

Melted glacier in Iceland gets an obit and funeral

This summer, the ice around the world has been disappearing fast under record heat. In one day, 13 billion tons of ice melted.

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