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CAUSE; Infographic: Climate Change Today | Weather Underground. Information about the effects of climate change and what it is doing to our planet.

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View from the Empire State Building

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Termites in Zimbabwe build gigantic mounds inside of which they farm a fungus that is their primary food source. The fungus must be kept at exactly 87 degrees F, while the temperatures outside range from 35 degrees F at night to 104 degrees F during the day. The termites achieve this remarkable feat by constantly opening and closing a series of heating and cooling vents throughout the mound over the course of the day.

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Buffalo and the Great Lake's famous lake effect snow. This is over downtown Buffalo, where it can be snowing hard in one area and a half a mile away, it can be sunny and nice!

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from NY Daily News

Winter in New York City, 1947 - Photos - Winter in New York City

Rather than brave public transportation on an icy day in New York City, a family heads down Park Avenue via dog sled during the winter of 1947.

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from Toptenz.net

Top 10 Worst Blizzards U.S. History

The Great Blizzard of 1888 brought 40-50 inches of snow to many states, including Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. It’s said that the storm wrapped areas from the Chesapeake all the way north to Maine. Along with the heavy snow came snow drifts as high as 50ft because of 45mph winds.

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‘Guilty as Sin, Free as a Bird’: Everything You Need to Know About Obama ‘Founding Father’ Bill Ayers and His Radical Influence

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Entrance to a tunnel below Franklin and Washington Streets, c.1902, Chicago. The tunnel was used as a conduit for telephone and electrical w...

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weathermen weather underground nyc | People's Guide to New York City

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Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 - When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine allowing FDR to travel to and from New York City in secrecy during World War II. This was the train he used which still sits on Track 61.

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