Monday, December 30, 2013

Scientists Trapped by Antarctic Sea Ice

Some scientists pushing the global warming climate change theory went on an expedition to the Antarctic to measure the decline of sea ice due to global warming. Guess what happened?

They got stuck in the record levels of sea ice.

The irony here is thick. How thick exactly? About 3 meters thick. The ice is so thick that not even a Russian icebreaker can rescue them, so it looks like they may need to be airlifted out of there.

FYI, it's summer time in the Antarctic. Good thing they didn't go in the winter, amirite?

I'm not a scientist, but it sounds like there is plenty of ice to go around.

1 comment:

  1. My favorite part of the trapped scientists' press release is: "Sea ice is disappearing due to climate change, but here ice is building up."

    It's difficult to be stupid and incoherent at the same time. However, I think they've managed to do exactly that.