An amazing piece of film footage - watching the earth move.

News 100 greenBy Pepper Parr

October 4th, 2017



You’ve heard the phrase: “The earth moved” perhaps in a context you don’t want to expand on.

We came across a piece of film footage that is actually awesome. The earth literally moved!

It runs for 20 minutes – you won’t want to spend that much time on it. But the first three to four minutes are  riveting to watch.

Perito_Moreno_Glacier_Patagonia_Argentina_Luca_Galuzzi_2005If there was ever any doubt in your mind that the earth’s climate has changed – spend a couple of minutes on this.

You will see a glacier of ice being pushed into the sea and creating huge waves.

They call it glacier calving – walls of ice as high as fifty feet – maybe more just crashing down into the sea. That ice will flow into the waters resulting in a cooling that changes a weather pattern.

It is the sight of the ice crashing down that makes this film footage so fascinating. It was taken from people who are on a ship who are recording the glacier as it disintegrates.

It’s worth a few minutes of your time. Come back to it when you have the time. Just the first couple of minutes:
Click here for the link.


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