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The Muldrow Glacier is on the north side of Denali Mountain in Alaska. Over recent decades, it has averaged a move of less than a foot a day. But right now, it is currently surging as much as 90 feet a day, about 100 times its usual speed. The Resident discusses. Follow her at http://www.twitter.com/TheResident