Thin Rotten Decayed Ice Ends Arctic Journey Two Months Early

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8 Responses to Thin Rotten Decayed Ice Ends Arctic Journey Two Months Early

  1. @NJSnowFan says:

    That explains why the ice breaker was heading towards the n pole and stopped where the ice was thick. Now if they head towards Russia from their location, thy will cut off huge section of ice if the wind is from Canada to Russia.

  2. kbray in california says:

    See how dirty the ice is.
    That crappy soot filled air from China is one factor that is affecting the Arctic.
    Toxic ice.

  3. stewart pid says:

    However they did prove GLO-BULL warming despite being stopped by the ice and cold … its all down to the adjustment of the data 😉

  4. mike says:

    It’s a pity how easily you can be rescued these days in what is historically a frigid hostile environment. It makes a mockery of adventure, it makes a mockery of survival of the fittest.

    Morons with green agendas can now rock up on ther fringes of the Arctic, get huge publicity about crossing the arctic, then never come close to actually doing it, only to be rescued by stand-by air or ice breaker rescue services.

    Amundsen was a true adventurer, Mainstream Last and others like them, yanking themselves for climate change, are typical effeminate males indulging celebritiy, masked as adventurers.

    Had Darwin been around 100 years from now, he would have been talking about the survival of the emasculated gene.

  5. Sleepalot says:

    It looks to me like they were trying to sail to the North Pole by taking a route up one of those large cracks.

  6. Sleepalot says:

    It costs $25,000 to $40,000 for a room on a Russian ice breaker.

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