Scientists tracking a massive iceberg that broke free from Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf last year say dense sea-ice cover has so far prevented it from drifting far out to sea.

Scientists tracking a massive iceberg that broke free from Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf last year say dense sea-ice cover has so far prevented it from drifting far out to sea. It is shown above in July, 2018
Antarctica holds many mysteries, from lost civilizations burried in ice to military bases and everything in between. The ice is a focal point on the continent, both land and sea. New studies are unequivocally showing gains in sea ice and land continental ice thickness and overall coverage. I present to the findings which run contrary to the main stream narrative.


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