Rower Worried That The Arctic Will Change Before His Daughters Get There

If my daughters want to retrieve their notes they’ll need to travel north to find them. They’ll need to experience the arctic themselves, they’ll need to experience a place that is deeply important to their father, a place that may be profoundly changed when they get here.

The Time Capsule

Could happen. It has happened before.

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8 Responses to Rower Worried That The Arctic Will Change Before His Daughters Get There

  1. Okie says:

    Or maybe the abandoned row boats will make it look different

  2. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Given that has happened multiple times in the current earth cycle and that it is the dominant state of nature of the planet and that the short gap of decent climate between ice ages is around 25,000 years and the current interstitial is coming up on 25,000 years in duration . . .

    Wonder if they can do math? Maybe his daughter could explain it to him.

  3. Lou says:

    The map doesn’t look right because the sea level is supposed to be 300-400 ft lower meaning that there should be more land in GOM area.

    http://www.iceagenow.com/Sea_Level_During_Last_Ice_Age.htm

  4. The Iconoclast says:

    He’ll have a lot of time to think about it… 5.5 miles covered in the last eight hours…

  5. miked1947 says:

    The firemen are going to get ahead of them. They are going overland.
    http://www.revedeglace.ca/

  6. gator69 says:

    The Arctic is ‘deeply important’ to this nutbag? How? Was he born there?

  7. mkelly says:

    A question I have always wondered about is given the extent of the ice sheets how did salmon get back up all the rivers and streams to spawn since the rivers would have been full of ice.

  8. Larry Geiger says:

    Oh no, more people flocking to Florida! Good grief.

    I’ve never seen that map before. I’m surprised there isn’t more ice in the northern rockies?

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