Found a broken link? May be the story can still be found.
From Times Online: "The 985 sq mile (2,550 sq km) block of ice was knocked off the Mertz Glacier Tongue, a spit of floating ice protruding from eastern Antarctica, on February 12 or 13." "and could disrupt global ocean patterns and weather systems for decades".
[via Boing Boing]
Trying to figure out science fiction
11:30 pm in this clock (that's 6 pm GMT).
The clock shows India time (IST). Note India doesn't have any concept of daylight saving time; so if your locale has it, the relative posting time will appear to have changed with your time change.