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Shopping Chat Discussion Online and Local Shopping Blogging with us at ShoppingChat.com. We at ShoppingChat are networking with Dailychat and Dentalchat  — as well as other online discussion sites.  We want to bring innovating & exciting features.  The one thing will notice now is that more startups are looking to help consumers interact and share their experiences online.  We @ SHOPPING CHAT have been in this space for many years.

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Does $20 Oil Mean $1 Gas?

A forecast from Citigroup analysts that crude could fall as low as $20 a barrel made for eye-popping headlines. Since oil prices are most often tied to gasoline prices as the general public views them, the next calculation has to be whether $1 gas prices are far behind.

The Citi analysis is based on the price of West Texas Intermediate (WTI), which currently trades at $53 a barrel. The forecast presumes a perfect storm that includes the assumption that buyers squirrel away millions of barrels for future use and the largest producers, OPEC especially, ignore falling prices and pump crude as quickly as they can. As is always the case, fracking will press prices ever lower.

According to GasBuddy, the average price of a gallon of regular in the United States is $2.19, compared to $2.06 a week ago. The data suggest that gas prices may have bottomed. However, based on Citi’s reasoning, the bottom is false. Market forces are about to push prices much lower, as was the case from last year until recently. The average price of a gallon of gas a year ago was $3.29.

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Ring in Antarctica?

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Ever since its discovery was announced earlier this year, the 3 km-wide ring structure discovered on the of Antarctica has been a source of significant interest and speculation. Initially, the discovery was seen as little more than a happy accident that occurred during a survey of East Antarctica by a WEGAS (West-East Gondwana Amalgamation and its Separation) team from the Alfred Wegener Institute.

However, after the team was interviewed by the Brussels-based International Polar Foundation, news of the find and its possible implication spread like wildfire. Initial theories for the possible origin of the ring indicated that it could be the result of the impact of a large meteor. However, since the news broke, team leader Olaf Eisen has offered an alternative explanation: that the ring structure is in fact the result of other ice-shelf processes.

As Eisen indicated in a new entry on the AWI Ice Blog: “Doug MacAyeal, glaciologist from the University of Chicago, put forward the suggestion that the ring structure could be an ice doline.” Ice dolines are round sinkholes that are caused by a pool of melt water formed within the shelf ice. They are formed by the caving in of ice sheets or glaciers, much in the same way that sinkholes form over caves.

“If the melt water drains suddenly,” he wrote, “like it often does, the surface of the glacier is destabilised and does collapse, forming a round crater. Ice depressions like this have been observed in Greenland and on ice shelves of the Antarctic Peninsula since the 1930s.”

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10 Moves That Prove You’re Fit

Some exercises require a high level of fitness before you can even attempt them. Master them, and you’ll be the envy of everyone at the gym. Here are 10 of the most awe-inspiring feats of strength you should be working toward.

10 Moves That Prove You’re Fit

Some exercises require a high level of fitness before you can even attempt them. Master them, and you’ll be the envy of everyone at the gym. Here are 10 of the most awe-inspiring feats of strength you should be working toward.

Disclaimer: Attempt at your own risk. Build up to these moves slowly. Consult a trainer if needed.

Related: 30 Workouts that Take 10 Minutes (or Less)

Extended Full-Body Plank

It’s not enough anymore to hold a plank for three minutes, or even 10. Youshould aspire to the full-body plank, which works almost every muscle in the body.

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Wooly Mammoth back to life?

It’s been called the science of de-extinction–bringing extinct species, like the wooly mammoth back to life.

In 2003, scientists revived the bucardo, an extinct Spanish mountain goat. They did it by implanting a goat egg with bucardo genes and using another goat breed as a surrogate. While the species only survived for a few minutes, it was the first steps in de-extinction.

Scientists have also made efforts to revive the passenger pigeon, once abundant in North America before hunting and habitat destruction led to extinction in the early 20th century. And then there’s the wooly mammoth, an extinct species that’s most closely linked to today’s Asian elephant. The massive wooly species roamed Siberia 10,000 years ago. The re-engineered species won’t be exactly the same, but scientists are working on several similar mutations.

“The fact is humans have made a huge hole in nature in the last 10,000 years. We have the ability now and maybe the moral obligation to repair some of the damage,” Stewart Brand, founder of the Whole Earth Catalog and one of the world’s premier thinkers on the environment and technology, said in a 2013 TED Talk, according to CNN.

“Most of that we’ll do by expanding and protecting wild lands — by expanding and protecting the populations of endangered species. But some species that we killed off totally we could consider bringing back to a world that misses them.”

But while the idea is fascinating and conjures up images of dinosaurs roaming Midwest plains, it’s just not that simple. Of course it depends on the species, but where will these reintroduced extinct species live? Especially those that lived during periods of cooler climate? Could they survive in today’s climate?

And more importantly, shouldn’t we spend our time protecting the species that we have left? Especially considering that we’re going through a potential mass extinction. I wrote a while back that scientists have reported that plant and animal species are going extinct at a rate that’s nearly 1,000 times faster than normal. And as a result, scientists and conservationists are declaring that the 6th mass extinction is upon us. But the difference between this mass extinction and those of the past, is that in this case, humans are to blame as opposed to natural disasters.

We also don’t know how certain species would interact together. There’s a huge degree of just not knowing what would happen if you introduce a prehistoric carnivore back into the wild. Would it become almost like an invasive species that eats anything and everything, throwing the balance off in a particular eco-system? The bottom line is that it’s impossible to know what would happen. Scientists can research it all they want, but sometimes just because we can do something doesn’t mean that we should. But I must say, seeing a real life wooly mammoth roaming East Asia is about the coolest thing I can think of, even if it does resemble Jurassic Park.

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