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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Ice Ice Baby

That wandering iceberg I told you about is at it again. The Long Island sized ice cube tore off two "city-sized chucks" of Antarctica last month forcing map makers to redraw their maps. Now iceberg B-15A (needs a much cooler name) is heading towards the Aviator Glacier tongue in an attempt to tear up the continent.

I deem this reckless behavior on the part of the iceberg.

This is a satellite photo that shows everything! The two icy tongue pieces shown are the size of a city! I like the caption to the photo. The icy tongue at the bottom was struck a "glancing blow."

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