Saturday, February 27, 2010

Real science: "Antarctic spits out iceberg the size of Luxembourg"

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]