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Jul 13 2023
President Biden grew flustered with a reporter here Thursday and angrily told her that she doesn’t know if she will make it home — after he confused the nations of Iceland and Ireland, the latter of which he called his “home” despite nearly two centuries of genealogical distance.
Iida Tikka, of Finland’s public broadcaster YLE, was the second member of the press in two days to provoke aNew York Post (News)
Sep 07 2021
We have to start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to have any chance of averting the worst impacts of global warming, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said last month.
The fossil fuel economy must be run in reverse, effectively. The simplest and lowest-cost way to do that—planting trees—requires a lot of land relative to the scale of intervention that’s needed.Quartz
Mar 05 2021
For the past 800 years, the picturesque Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland’s southwestern corner has been relatively quiet. But 15 months ago, there was an awakening. What started as a series of murmurs gave way to a dramatic crescendo that culminated in more than 17,000 earthquakes in the past week alone.
Scientists have now seen part of the land changing shape, and they have detected theNational Geographic
Nov 13 2023
INTO A.RT >> WHAT LOOKLIKES ICELAND IS NEW HAMPSHIR E.IN THE WOODS OF NORTH WOODSTOC A SUPERSIZED ICE SCULPTURE UNDERGOES A TRANSFORMATION. >> IT AIS WORK OF ART. HAND PLACED EYES. -- PLADCE ICE. >> ICE CASTLES IS AN OUTDOOR ATTRACTION WITH FIVE LOCATIONS ACROSSHE T COUNTRY. HERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THE BUILDOUT BEGINS IN NOVEMBER. >> WE START LAYING OUT PIPING AND ALL OFWCVB
Jul 06 2020
Get Excited, Gamers! Activision Shot Down A French Plane Over Icelandic Waters To Start A New War To Set ‘Call Of Duty’ Games In
Here is thrilling news that should have every fan of online shooters drooling in anticipation: Yesterday, Activision employees operating a MIM-104F Patriot surface-to-air missile launcher shot down a French airliner over Icelandic waters, pushing the nations to the brink of armed conflict, all in the name of having a new war to set the next Call Of Duty game in.
Get ready for the nextThe Onion (Humor)
Sep 22 2023
This is a published version of the Forbes Daily newsletter, you can sign-up to get Forbes Daily in your inbox here. It’s time for the yearly tradition of throwing baby puffins off cliffs in Iceland. Don’t worry, it’s not what it sounds like. Experts say the practice has become vital to the survival of the young puffins, or pufflings, because while they could once instinctually find their wayForbes
Sep 03 2023
AMIDON, N.D. — Let’s face it, most of North Dakota’s historic sites aren’t on the way to anywhere special. They are their own destination. While that makes them less frequently visited, it means a journey to these sites is a monumental event. Since moving back to North Dakota 13 years ago, I have been on a mission to visit North Dakota’s historic sites. After having thoroughly enjoyedInforum
Jul 10 2023
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is investigating Novo Nordisk's (NOVOb.CO) diabetes drug Ozempic and weight-loss treatment Saxenda after Iceland's health regulator flagged three cases of patients thinking about suicide or self-harm.
Shares of the Danish drugmaker fell 1% on Monday following the news.
An EMA safety committee is looking into adverse events raised by theReuters
Aug 16 2023
Venus, our 32-year-old Icelandic horse (pictured at right), needs dental work and blood tests done before winter. Rayon and Oreo, our seven-year-old goats, require Adequan injections to manage their arthritis and joint pain. Madonna, our 37-year-old American Curly horse, has recurring bladder stones and needs antibiotics. Tallulah, our 25-year-old Shetland Pony has Cushing’s Disease andThe Journal of the San Juan Islands
Mar 24 2023
In a rare event, the dazzling phenomenon known as the aurora borealis was visible in parts of Northern California on Thursday night. Skywatchers who caught sight of the shimmery display posted images from Yreka and Lakeport and from aboard a flight from Los Angeles to Phoenix. The northern lights are most commonly on display in the farthest reaches of the world, and people travel to placesSFGATE