Today’s cool stories are packed with fire and ice, and a liliger.
- Arctic sea ice melt goes far behind previous record levels. (TreeHugger)
- Study links genetically modified corn to massive tumors in rats, but is the science credible? (Discovery)
- Are we reaching the limits of plant life on the planet? (Green)
- Remember the fire tornado? Find out how common they are and how they form. (National Geographic)
- Alert Napoleon Dynamite: Meet Kiara, the world’s first liliger. (Huffington Post Green)
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