Saturday, April 22, 2006

Greenpeace On Thin Ice

Greenpeace plans an expedition to the North Pole to test the thickness of the ice there, which they believe has been melting due to global warming. They believe that all of the Arctic ice could melt in the summer seasons a hundred years hence.

They are particularly concerned for the polar bears, who they believe are wasting away for the lack of ice floes from which to hunt. They are convinced that global warming is causing the extinction of the polar bear by melting all the polar ice. Thus, Greenpeace will launch its Arctic expedition, "Project Thin Ice 2006 -- Saving the Polar Bear," on May 1st from Canada.

Originally, the expedition was scheduled for last year, but was cancelled due to unusually heavy snow and ice.

1 Comments:

Blogger Tom said...

LOL You just can't make this stuff up!

Tue Apr 25, 07:35:00 AM 2006  

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