Yet one other expedition to the Arctic to lift consciousness of ‘global warming’ has been stopped by sudden giant portions of ice. This brings to a complete of six the variety of Ship of Fools expeditions the place climate actuality has made a mockery of local weather principle.
According to Maritime Bulletin:
Arctic excursions ship MS MALMO with 16 passengers on board acquired caught in ice on Sep three off Longyearbyen, Svalbard Archipelago, midway between Norway and North Pole. The ship is on Arctic tour with Climate Change documentary movie staff, and vacationers, involved with Climate Change and melting Arctic ice. All 16 Climate Change warriors have been evacuated by helicopter in difficult situations, all are secure. 7 crew stays on board, ready for Coast Guard ship help.
Here is the Ship of Fools checklist of disgrace
Ship of Fools 1 Australian local weather researcher Chris Turkey and a crew of local weather alarmists on a mission to exhibit simply how a lot Antarctic ice has been affected by world warming get caught in unexpectedly thick ice and must be rescued by helicopter.
Ship of Fools II Arctic expedition led by veteran explorer David Hempleman-Adams to increase consciousness of “everlasting irreversible change within the sea ice panorama of the Arctic” brought on by world warming is ruined by unexpectedly giant portions of ice.
Ship of Fools III Global warming analysis research in Canada cancelled due to ice. “It turned clear to me in a short time that these weren’t simply heavy ice situations, these have been unprecedented ice situations” claims the lead scientist, blaming it on “climate change fully in action” and calling it “a wake up call for all of us in this country.”
Ship of Fools IV Arctic Mission crusing expedition to North Pole to lift consciousness of world warming has to show again after yachts discover their passage blocked by giant portions of sudden frozen white substance.
Ship of Fools V Scientists, college students, filmmakers from University of Rhode Island’s Inner Space Center on a mission to “document climate change effects” within the Canadian Arctic Archipelago must be rescued after the ship is broken after grounding on sudden onerous, bluey-white substance floating on the ocean.