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A68 iceberg that was once world’s largest melts away

A68 iceberg that was once world’s largest melts away

A68 iceberg that was once the world’s largest has virtually gone now, broken into small fragments which are too small to track any further, the US National Ice Center said. The 5,800sq km ice block broke off from the Antarctic peninsula’s Larsen C ice shelf in July 2017. The last clear image of A68a was taken on Friday. It showed the iceberg had shrunk to just three by two nautical miles.

Hylton 3 weeks

Not surprising, since the 1700s we have been coming out of an ice age. Remember you cannot grow food without CO2 or warmth.

Howard 3 weeks

As far as I know we been melting ice since the ice bridge melted. Maybe it’s the caveman fault. All the emissions they ran on their factories or something 🤷

Jerry Mandering
Jerry Mandering 3 weeks

Funny how those that believe we are all going to die from “climate change” are the same ones telling us that systemic racism is a thing, men can be women if they say they are, age of consent laws need to be removed and that white supremacists are lurking around every corner, just waiting to lynch any and all African Americans. I’m just baffled that a vocal minority of obviously disturbed people can have the power and influence to control the narrative.

JB1987 3 weeks

This is what icebergs do, they melt 🤷‍♂️

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 3 weeks

Montgomery Brewster, eat your heart out! None of the above!

Tim 3 weeks

3×2 nautical miles, and they can't track it??

HaroldDaSavage 3 weeks


That one guy
That one guy 3 weeks

This is progress

Cole. 3 weeks

Sweet i like that

Miguel 2 weeks

These comments are troubling

Pero 3 weeks

Now what?

Idaho Liberal
Idaho Liberal 3 weeks

The heading in 250 years will be...Humans, they knew about the problem but refused to take action. Stupid people.

Faittastic 3 weeks

New York is gonna be the next Atlantis

The Autarch
The Autarch 3 weeks

That's for the Titanic! Score one for humanity!

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