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The Crochet Coral Reef project heightens our sense of responsibility to the oceans 

Billions of years ago, Venus' atmosphere was much like Earth's, but a runaway greenhouse effect boiled her oceans dry, leaving the planet's surface waterless and its sky hot and thick with clouds of sulfuric acid. Sounds a little like July. Although Venus…

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