Hank brings you the SciShow news of the week. Recent record high temperatures and other extreme weather events around the world are climate change in action; a new fossil of an ancient human ancestor; some disturbing discoveries about so-called "bog bodies;" and a correction of an error we made about the Kelvin scale in our episode about absolute zero.
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