must see Ice pack breaking up

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Chester, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Chester

    Chester New Member

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    Please Explain How This Is Possible

    When does ice break in a straight line? Maybe when it's cut by a laser? These Washington fools will do anything to promote global warming

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2ceKlzF6Ak&feature=related[/ame]
     
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  2. teknoid

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    Ice packs break up all the time. So do glaciers. They also form, or add ice constantly. Sad how the fanatics take an everyday, natural occurrence and play "Chicken Little" with it. I haven't seen an ice pack yet that they're moaning about that isn't actually GROWING in size.

    Bunch of morons...
     

  3. gnoll

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    if you really think about it , its kinda kool mother earth doing her thing like she has 4ever no need to worry
     
  4. pioneer461

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    I've never been to Antartica, but I have been above the Arctic Circle in Alaska. I've never seen sheet ice that has been cut like that. Obviously the looney left feeding more propaganda to the usefull idiots. :cool: I'm surprised they didn't show footage of poor stranded and starving Penguins.
     
  5. kirby62

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    That ice was broken off like that because a river formed between whats left in the video and what broke off. The water flowing in what started inside the ice created a hole that got larger and larger until the part that's now in the water snapped off. Yeah sometimes these rivers inside the ice flow in a straight line. I hope I explained this so you can understand. If not watch the Discovery Channel sometime. They are always talking about how the glaciers are falling apart from the warming temps and how. Global warming? who knows. But I can tell you first hand, there is alot of stuff melting around the world lately.
     
  6. Chester

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    I talked with a meteorologist, A real weather man. He told me there is no such thing as global warming
     
  7. Chester

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    Does that explain the 90 degree cuts?
     
  8. kirby62

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    I didn't think I explained it right lol. It's like the ice luge at the end of the party.All the shots created a deeper path. cutting the ice deeper and deeper.
    I hope that helps. I'm just trying to find a short way of explaining what I read in National Geographic and watched on the Discovery Channel. I know I'm not making any sense. I kinda like the laser theory!
     
  9. Quasi

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    So you think politicians are cutting the Antarctic ice with giant lasers to promote global warming?
     
  10. GlenJohnson

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    I thought the Ice Cube company was harvesting next years martinis. :cool:
     
  11. Chester

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    I think what's reported on the news should not be taken as always the truth, How many times has the public been misled into beleiving a lie.
    I see the same thing you see in the video. How should it be interpretid?

    What is the real truth of it. Seems kinda strange to me the straight lines and perfect 90* cuts. Beleive what you will.
     
  12. LONGHAIR

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    ..3 years..ago.....:(:confused::mad:
     
  13. bkt

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    1. Nothing from any single media source - especially the news - should be taken as truth. Always do your own research.

    2. Your meteorologist friend is uninformed; there IS such a thing as global warming and global cooling and we have plenty of evidence of those things. What we lack is evidence that man influences the global climate one way or the other.

    3. Nature does some amazing things and seeing straight ice breaks like that is not surprising. Crystalline structures can do unexpected things. The supposition that water carved those straight lines is plausible, too.
     
  14. dunerunner

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    My personal CO2 monitor just went off, I'm going to stop breathing for a little while now!
     
  15. LONGHAIR

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    By know we should be under water by 6 foot.......