For the next few days, the wind will be blowing right into the rower’s faces, but according to Navy forecasts – by July 27 very strong north winds will be pushing the huge mass of thick Beaufort Sea ice directly at the rowers.
The thick ice is only 30 miles off shore now. With 50 MPH winds, the rowers would be in tremendous danger. Now would be an excellent time for them to start using their brains and abandon the global warming scam.
Reminds me of this story.
In June 1981 I was working as a wilderness ranger in the Sandia Mountains just outside Albuquerque. Two hang gliders were preparing to take off as a thunderstorm built up. We warned them not to go, but they didn’t listen. One of them got taken up to 40,000 feet and landed in a tree frozen solid 10 miles away.