This was one of the major glaciers we stopped at for a few minutes to see chunks of the glacier break off into the sea. The CRACKs of the ice was a pretty humbling sound. The sound just had a real, deep authority to it. I've never heard anything quite like it.
While the calving of glaciers are commonly adopted video segments to promote global warming alarmism, it's an extremely common occurance. With just our few minutes there, we saw an heard a number of cracks and ice falling from the glacier. Ice can only cantilever so far and salt water has a lower melting point than fresh water, weakening the glacier.
Or if you're Al Gore, I guess you don't need actual footage anyway. Taking footage
from horribly inept movies like The Day After Tomorrow
is perfectly acceptable by his standards for "documentaries". Manbearpig
lives! Totally. Serial.