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  1. This Time-Lapse Video Makes Iceland Look Like a Science Fiction WonderlandRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Switched

    You may have already seen this 2012 time-lapse video of Iceland , but dare we say this new video of the Northern lights over Iceland is even better? Shot by photographer Oli Haukur Myradi of Ozzo Photography , this time-lapse video of the Aurora Borealis in Iceland was filmed in the winter of 2014 , and is set to some seriously rockin' jams.


  2. KE7B Members To Leave For Ice-capped Greenland TomorrowRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

    Eight members of the 7 Continents Exploration Club will leave for Iceland tomorrow for a ski expedition across Greenland, Denmark, starting April 25, covering a distance of 550 km.


  3. NunaMinerals publishes Interim Report for Q1 2014Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    The result before tax for the period was a loss of 1.7 mDKK after capitalisation of exploration and evaluation costs, which is according to expectations.


  4. 5 Takeaways From the U.N. Climate Change ReportRead the original story

    Monday | WMFE

    Why has the U.S. been reluctant to address climate change? Watch Climate of Doubt , FRONTLINE's exploration of the shift in public opinion.


  5. HverfjallRead the original story

    Monday | TrekEarth

    One more picture of Hverfjall crater close to the Myvatn lake in Iceland. And the same beautiful rainbow ! The light was absolutely fantastic that day, with the dark sky, the very colorful rainbow and the sunbeams on the slopes of the volcano.


  6. Greenland's Icecap is Becoming UnstableRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Truthdig

    Greenland - the largest terrestrial mass of ice in the northern hemisphere - may be melting a little faster than anyone had guessed.


  7. Beyond the Blue Lagoon: Iceland's incredible countrysideRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 25 | The Globe and Mail

    Driving out of Keflavik, the rather bleak-looking home of Iceland's international airport, you wonder what on earth you have gotten yourself into.


  8. Hannah KentRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Iceland Review

    A 17-year-old Hannah Kent was walking down a street in the North Iceland town of SauA A rkrA3kur in the late dawn of an Icelandic winter's day.


  9. Risk Growing for Icelanders Unable to Diversify, Sjova SaysRead the original story

    Friday Apr 11 | The Washington Post

    Iceland's failure to remove capital controls -- imposed more than five years ago -- is beginning to jeopardize investments as risk allocation becomes harder, the head of insurer Sjova-Almennar Tryggingar hf said.


  10. Museum of Sex to Host Teaser Screening of the Final Member, 4/16Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 |

    In Collaboration with Drafthouse Films, Museum of Sex are proud to present a preview screening of THE FINAL MEMBER, a fascinating new documentary about Iceland's Phallus museum.


  11. TAISSUMANI: Taissumani, April 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | Nunatsiaq News

    Gustav Holm was a Danish naval captain who made his name as an explorer of Greenland.


  12. Journey to Surf! Friends trek 2,000 miles to ICELAND in search of the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | Daily Mail

    It's surfing at its most extreme. A group of friends trekked 2,000 miles to Iceland, in minus 2C temperatures in their search for massive waves.


  13. Titanic Sunk During Average Iceberg YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 10 | LiveScience

    Built in Northern Ireland in 1909, the "RMS Titanic" was also known as the "unsinkable ship," because it had a double-bottom hull divided into 16 compartments that were presumed to be watertight.


  14. Whales Outdo Viral Banzai Pipeline Video In The Most Incredible WayRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 10 | Switched

    While it's not entirely clear why whales breach , there is a far fetched theory that they are jumping -- leaping, even -- to show off their pure joy.


  15. DimmuborgirRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 10 | TrekEarth

    In the east of Myvatn lake, Dimmuborgir is an area of volcanic formations made from erosion of a lava lake on wet grounds.


  16. How to Write an Icelandic Cookbook When You Can't Buy Reindeer LiverRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 10 | Food & Wine

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  17. First Descents and Climate Change in GreenlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | Men's Journal

    On March 30, a team of five women set sail from Isafjorour, Iceland to the southern tip of Greenland.


  18. Blood Falls and more natural odditiesRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2014 | CNN

    Blood Falls stains the snow-white face of Taylor Glacier in Antarctica. Scientists say the mysterious red flow is caused by a subterranean lake rich in iron.


  19. brot / fragment, fracture, fold, violationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 7 | Iceland Review

    Working with oversize sheets of translucent drafting film, hand painted with acrylic and ink, paintings on canvas, and accordion books Anna Joelsdottir transforms Asmundarsalur the upstairs gallery, into a site where ideas, experience, and history, move across the space, bend, fold and break on wires and walls, are torn apart and reassembled, ... (more)


  20. Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, president of Iceland, acknowledged St....Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 8 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Relations between Iceland and Russia's fishing industry are developing well, according to the former Russian ambassador.