Young boys cool off in a weir on the Berounka river close to a village of Dobrichovice, Czech Republic, Thursday, August 6, 2015. Image: Petr David Josek/Associated Press By Andrew Freedman2015-08-12 18:13:52 UTC It’s been a cruel, cruel summer for …

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How does a block of ice nearly the size of Connecticut, which has existed for over 11,000 years disappear in less than 70 years? The full article is available on The BLOG at Huffington Post:¬†http://www.huffingtonpost.com/todd-r-miller/the-sunset-of-antarcticas_b_7921112.html