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2013-12-26 10:18:48 AM
Don't melt so close to me.
 
2013-12-26 10:30:06 AM
Giant steps are what you take, walking on a glacier.
 
2013-12-26 11:16:02 AM
static4.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-12-26 11:32:07 AM
Not sure I get the joke, Subby. Are you implying that in modern times, they'd send an SMS to the world?
 
2013-12-26 12:24:16 PM
Interesting, although documenting glacial recession isn't that fantastic an idea, even for the 1950s.  The Columbia Glacier near me has had its recession documented for more than a century.

cdn.c.photoshelter.com
 
2013-12-26 12:25:17 PM
Woke up this morning, can't believe what I saw
A hundred million Fark headlines in the submission queue...

/got nothin'
 
2013-12-26 12:32:12 PM
FTA: Though Walker died in 1959, the same year he left the note, he and Crary would become famous for their contributions to the field, according to the Chronicle Herald.

Since the author of TFA just left it hanging, I'd like to imagine that Walker died while arm-wrestling poar bears.
 
2013-12-26 12:39:28 PM
Crevasse corrosion?
 
2013-12-26 01:25:53 PM

Spadababababababa Spadina Bus: FTA: Though Walker died in 1959, the same year he left the note, he and Crary would become famous for their contributions to the field, according to the Chronicle Herald.

Since the author of TFA just left it hanging, I'd like to imagine that Walker died while arm-wrestling poar bears.


It would have been better that way. I read another article with more details. He died at his home in Arizona. I can't remember if it was the effects of an accident or a disease, but he lingered in pain for months.
 
2013-12-26 01:27:56 PM
Any damn excuse to post something about Paul Walker, eh subby?

PAUL WALKER, EVERY DAY, ALL DAY LONG!

LONG LIVE THE DEAD PAUL WALKERS OF THE WORLD!

Oh my god, I just had a great idea for a TV show: The Paul Walker Dead.
 
2013-12-26 01:59:29 PM
FarkingReading:  Oh my god, I just had a great idea for a TV show: The Paul Walker Dead.

Walker: Zombie Ranger.
 
2013-12-26 04:15:50 PM

unyon: Interesting, although documenting glacial recession isn't that fantastic an idea, even for the 1950s.  The Columbia Glacier near me has had its recession documented for more than a century.

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I think I'd rather a meadow be there instead of a glacier.
 
2013-12-26 06:07:37 PM
cool article, but way too short. would have made a nice lunch break read.
 
2013-12-26 06:17:12 PM

cgraves67: Spadababababababa Spadina Bus: FTA: Though Walker died in 1959, the same year he left the note, he and Crary would become famous for their contributions to the field, according to the Chronicle Herald.

Since the author of TFA just left it hanging, I'd like to imagine that Walker died while arm-wrestling poar bears.

It would have been better that way. I read another article with more details. He died at his home in Arizona. I can't remember if it was the effects of an accident or a disease, but he lingered in pain for months.


It was brain cancer..
 
2013-12-26 07:15:03 PM
Haven't the glaciers been retreating since the ice age? They are glaciers.
 
2013-12-26 08:31:09 PM

jigger: unyon: Interesting, although documenting glacial recession isn't that fantastic an idea, even for the 1950s.  The Columbia Glacier near me has had its recession documented for more than a century.

[cdn.c.photoshelter.com image 710x475]

I think I'd rather a meadow be there instead of a glacier.


That's just what a jotun would say
 
2013-12-27 03:59:30 AM
Clearly, Walker and Crary anticipated climate change before such ideas were common...  "Because in the '50's, it was unthinkable that this would melt,"

Ummm... that fails on so many levels. Projecting much, TFA's author and Mr. Vincent?
 
2013-12-27 10:01:29 AM

unyon: Interesting, although documenting glacial recession isn't that fantastic an idea, even for the 1950s.  The Columbia Glacier near me has had its recession documented for more than a century.


English side on sign is kinda rusted out, must read french.

Le glacier?! What the hell is that
 
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