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(Live Leak)   The coolest video of an iceberg roll over that you'll probably see this week   ( liveleak.com) divider line
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9840 clicks; posted to Video » on 13 Aug 2007 at 1:46 AM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2007-08-13 12:08:45 AM  
Loved the ad for:

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2007-08-13 12:59:57 AM  
Of course it pops! Headlines always pop, dumbmitter!
 
2007-08-13 02:01:36 AM  
Oh no, the effect of my last fart
 
2007-08-13 02:32:14 AM  
Meh; the icecubes in my drink do the same thing a lot faster.
/awesome video
 
2007-08-13 02:41:50 AM  
I love that he had himself listed as director. great directing in that
 
2007-08-13 02:47:03 AM  
So... an enormous wave smashed into a large iceberg, whuch at first rocked back, but then rocked forward, causing a smaller iceberg in front to roll over?

Where did that enormous wave initially come from? In fact, what the hell did I just watch?!?
 
2007-08-13 02:59:06 AM  
I'm pretty sure I won't see a cooler iceberg roll over video all week. Because it would be very hard to be cooler than this vid.
 
2007-08-13 03:14:53 AM  
DeltaPunch: So... an enormous wave smashed into a large iceberg, whuch at first rocked back, but then rocked forward, causing a smaller iceberg in front to roll over?

Where did that enormous wave initially come from? In fact, what the hell did I just watch?!?


global warming?!
 
2007-08-13 03:48:02 AM  
Oh the berginity.
 
2007-08-13 07:45:34 AM  
almandot: I love that he had himself listed as director. great directing in that

I can't tell if you're trolling or just that non-knowledgeable about YouTube.
 
2007-08-13 08:48:19 AM  
It's all Bush's fault.
 
2007-08-13 09:42:09 AM  
DeltaPunch: So... an enormous wave smashed into a large iceberg, whuch at first rocked back, but then rocked forward, causing a smaller iceberg in front to roll over?

Where did that enormous wave initially come from? In fact, what the hell did I just watch?!?


The enormous wave was caused by an iceberg turning over.
 
Xai [TotalFark]
2007-08-13 10:45:40 AM  
There was no enormous first wave, that was the first, much larger iceberg rolling - the wave was caused by the underwater part of the iceberg.

Icebergs, being white, reflect much of the suns rays - the ocean, being much darker absorbs more of the sun's rays, making it warmer - this causes the bottom of the iceberg to melt much faster than the top, and occasionaly they will roll over due to them becoming unbalanced. It is quite rare to see an iceberg that big roll over, and awesomely kewl ^^
 
2007-08-13 01:47:22 PM  
For some reason this video made me think of my wife. Hmmm.
 
2007-08-13 06:58:00 PM  
Leni Reifenstahl told me about things like this.
 
2007-08-13 07:33:20 PM  
you had to be there to really like this video, and I wasn't.
 
2007-08-13 09:12:01 PM  
Xai: There was no enormous first wave, that was the first, much larger iceberg rolling - the wave was caused by the underwater part of the iceberg.

Icebergs, being white, reflect much of the suns rays - the ocean, being much darker absorbs more of the sun's rays, making it warmer - this causes the bottom of the iceberg to melt much faster than the top, and occasionaly they will roll over due to them becoming unbalanced. It is quite rare to see an iceberg that big roll over, and awesomely kewl ^^


i18.tinypic.com

Why thank you.
 
2007-08-13 10:45:23 PM  
Bill lishman lives pretty close to me, he was also known as father goose, they made a movie about him a few years back with jeff daniels. "fly away home" , i think.
?just sayin
 
2007-08-13 11:01:41 PM  
Wow. I didn't know those things did that.
 
2007-08-14 12:36:22 AM  
yup that was purty cool.ive wondered in the past what that would look like and now i know.cool. thanx subby
 
2007-08-14 02:15:26 AM  
That's awesome. It's a good thing we have global warming. We can watch even more dramatic iceberg phenomena with much greater frequency!

/WoooHooo!!!
 
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