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March 31, 2019


Climate change could melt decades worth of human poop at Denali National Park in Alaska

(Thanks to Rick Day)


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When did they move New Jersey?

[...He performed several experiments that show the buried feces eventually resurface farther downstream on the surface of the glacier, where they begin to melt...]

Sort of kills the appeal of "Clear Alaskan" bottled glacier water, eh?

Science! “The average human ‘deposit’ weighs half a pound and the average length of a climber's stay on the mountain is 18 days, which is how researchers got the figure of 66 tons over the course of the past century.”

Disclaimer: ‘Your personal deposits may vary.’

Substantial penalty for non-withdrawal.

Well, I guess it's better than the corpses that keep coming to the surface on Mt. Everest.

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