FOLLOW BOREME
TAGS
<< Back to listing
Canada's new Northwest Passage

Canada's new Northwest Passage

(11:16) The arctic ice is melting, there's no doubt about that. Ironically, global warming has opened a route which is better for the environment, the new Northwest Passage. youtube.com/user/Wendoverproductions

Share this post

You can comment as a guest, but registering gives you added benefits

Add your comment
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: real mad (174 days ago)

Its to be expected after a monster el nino, and it will quickly recover, but most of this is not due to melting but instead compression. The Ice between the Labrador coast and newfoundland is the thickest ever recorded.

ReplyVote up (101)down (85)
Original comment

Its to be expected after a monster el nino, and it will quickly recover, but most of this is not due to melting but instead compression. The Ice between the Labrador coast and newfoundland is the thickest ever recorded.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: LetOthersThinkForMe (174 days ago)
Latest comment:

It's so fantastic that top top scientists who know facts that most other scientists don't know come to Boreme to enlighten people. I love the internet.

ReplyVote up (101)down (93)
Original comment
Latest comment:

It's so fantastic that top top scientists who know facts that most other scientists don't know come to Boreme to enlighten people. I love the internet.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
RELATED POSTS
Canada's new Northwest Passage
Canada's new Northwest Passage
Wolves in a hurry
Wolves in a hurry
Scientists' crazy plan to refreeze the Arctic
Scientists' crazy plan to refreeze the Arctic
Arctic ice not being replaced, and why that is a HUGE problem
Arctic ice not being replaced, and why that is a HUGE problem
What's going on with the climate system?
What's going on with the climate system?