September 22, 2003

Giant Arctic ice shelf breaks up

I find this* terrifying. Not surprising, though. Look at it in a map.

* That link dated 09/22/2003 is no longer available; a quotation from and some comments on it may be read in the Physics Forum [Note made 05/14/2004 at 3:34 PM CDT (GMT-5h)].

8 comments:

San_dra said...

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Anonymous said...

I don't find it anymore terrifying than a bucket of icewater reaching room temperature. But whilst it may not flood the world it could cause an orbit shift.

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Dmitry said...

I don't find it anymore terrifying than a bucket of icewater reaching room temperature.

mikel james said...
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