No Meltdown: Climate Change Activists Get Stranded On Ship After Getting Stuck In Ice
I promise you that I couldn't make this up if I tried.
To everyone who believes in the so-called "man-made climate change" myth may have a meltdown after reading this article
On September 3, 2019, a ship carrying 16 climate change activists set out to document the supposed melting ice conditions when their ship got trapped in ice halfway between Norway and the North Pole.
So much for melting ice caps.
According to the Maritime Bulletin,
"The ship is on Arctic tour with Climate Change documentary film team, and tourists, concerned with Climate Change and melting Arctic ice. All 16 Climate Change warriors were evacuated by helicopter in challenging conditions, all are safe."
This is actually the second time this year that unexpected large amounts of ice caused problems for a ship. Back in July a vessel became stuck as well.
Thick one-year ice combined with large batches of multi-year ice have merged to form powerful helmets, and several of these are impenetrable to us, said Captain Johnny Peder Hansen.
The ice is still 3m (10ft) thick, in mid-July! Even the researchers’ long special-purpose chainsaws proved hopeless, while the 20,000 horsepower Kronprins Haakon, at a cost of USD $175 million, failed miserably at attempts to push through.
“In the middle of July, we saw a few signs of thawing and [assumed] that spring had come, said Captain Hansen, who for several decades has worked on various vessels in the Arctic. “We had expected more melting.”
Klassekampen, a respected left-leaning Norwegian newspaper writes: “Polar bears were seen on Bjørnøya this past winter –located in the middle of the Barents Sea– which shows that the ice edge was very far south.”
People have been concerned about climate change for a very long time. Their problem is that they fail to understand that our planet goes through cycles of warming and cooling.
Watch this video below of scientists destroying climate change panic syndrome: