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Trapping carbon pollution underground for thousands of years is key to fighting climate change

Trapping carbon pollution underground for thousands of years is key to fighting climate change


Trapping carbon emissions deep within Earth's crust may be a clever way to keep warming greenhouse gases from amassing in the planet's atmosphere.

Once underground, it should stay there.

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Training camp draws American #qigong teachers, lovers. Learning #Wuqinxi which imitates the moves of bear, tiger, monkey, deer and birds to promote health, listening to lectures on "harmony of the universe" from the world's top-grade #qigong masters

A father was shot to death while camping with his two young daughters in Los Angeles County. Officials are trying to figure out what happened. If you have any info please reach out.

.@CherylABC7 spoke to a border guard and got his perspective on the crisis at the border. "We have children, we have family members. You gotta treat people the way you want to be treated."

Our @MarsCuriosity rover has 17 cameras used for surveying the vast landscape of the Red Planet and for taking the occasional selfie. 📸 Discover how the rover takes self-portraits using its robotic arm:

Saudi women are celebrating after the driving ban was lifted, but they reportedly must pay six times more than men for lessons

#BREAKING: Turkey's Erdogan clinches second term with majority vote
High fire danger continues through 8pm

Lake County Fire Update: 3,000 acres have burned, 12 structures have been destroyed and 600 more are at risk. Latest info here:

Woman dubbed 'Permit Patty' calls police on eight-year-old girl selling water

The mandatory evacuations for the fire in Lake County have expanded. Here are the latest locations and streets affected. Please RT and help your neighbors up there:

When your #SFGiants teammate @hunterpence gets you to that day off after 17 straight games with a walk-off hit in extra innings, yeah, you celebrate! SFG 3-2 (11) over #Padres

This family got out w their cat Penny. Saw flames coming toward their Lake Co home #abc7news

"I said to God, 'I am willing to accept whatever consequences this brings because I know I've done wrong. I'm going to accept what the consequences are,' and I do, and I have.'"

'Grubby politics': Coalition MPs hit back at Labor over Turnbull attack ad

Experts suggest keeping items like pool noodles up high and to check them before using them.

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