Melting ice in Antarctica reveals uncharted island

Melting ice in Antarctica reveals uncharted island

Melting ice in the Antarctica has revealed a once hidden island. Researchers from the Thwaites Offshore Research (THOR) project saw the island when their ship passed through the area. The so-called Sif Island, estimated to be 634,000 square feet, is made of granite and has been buried underneath thick layers of ice. The researchers are currently studying the fast-retreating Thwaites glacier.

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Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 0 months

Wonder if it's worth checking the old piri reis map of to see if it shows the island there, that would legitimise it. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thevintagenews.com/2018/01/02/piri-reis-map-of-1513/amp/

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TheCurrentModality 0 months

brand new uknown island. awesome. has this variable been included in the settled science of climate alarmists? I hear about a new variable about every six months. this is a smaller one others include the 6 billion tons of participate transfered from the saraha to the the amazon every year. didn't know about that?

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