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Five years ago, author and journalist Simon Winchester published a book about the Atlantic Ocean.

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For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

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For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

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A rare trembler centered in Virginia yesterday rattled nerves up and down the East Coast.  The  5.8 earthquake  frightened many people who've never experienced a quake and caused a…

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