Gore Effect In The Arctic

When they were trying to go northeast, the wind was blowing relentlessly out of the northeast. As soon as the rowers started heading south, the wind shifted to out of the south.

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9 Responses to Gore Effect In The Arctic

  1. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    They obviously are not making appropriate sacrifices to Gaia and she is very angry.

    Or she is having her “time of the century” (gods operate on much longer timelines) and she is just in a bitchy mood.

  2. kbray in california says:

    They’re at the Nicholson Peninsula International Airport:


    Status: All Flights Cancelled.

    • Fred from Canuckistan says:

      not much there now. Just a couple of sealed off buildings that house search radars and are operated remotely by NORAD in the hole at North Bay

      looks like this now

      used to look like this when it was a DEW site and it would have had 10-12 staff running the place. Visitors back in the day would have been treated to an excellent meal from the site chef. Arctic courtesy.

      • kbray in california says:

        “Any Port in a Storm”
        That’s more than I expected.
        Maybe some canned beans still there.

  3. Bob Koss says:

    Maybe the guys will scavenge the site for fuel oil to melt the ice.

  4. Evil Steve, now living rent-free in the rowers’ minds, and causing ‘disparaging or negative comments’ to vanish from their Facebook page.

    • falcontinker says:

      I’ve been their site, and I guessing it’s more of us skeptics following this than their nutty believer base.

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