Tag Archives: winter

Apr 10 “Ya think?”

Thinner Arctic ice?

Some kind of global warming

could be at work here.

From National Geographic News:

Turns out there is such a thing as being too young and too thin.

Arctic ice continued its decline this winter, with hardy, thicker old ice increasingly being replaced with quick-to-melt, thinner young ice, according to a new report by NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center.

This troubling National Geographic video has more.  (Not seeing the video? View it here.)

Mar 3, 2009


This blue sky which seems so fair

still has winter’s teeth

"Overhang" by rgdaniel [?]

Some Flickr photos tagged “blue, sky, winter”:
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Feb 28, 2009

It’s minus fifteen

Glad I’m not a brass monkey

If you catch my drift…

Some Flickr photos tagged “monkey”:
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