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This came from a Rig Manager

for Global Marine Drilling

in St. Johns , Newfoundland ..
They actually have to divert the path
of these things away from the rig
by towing them with ships!



Anyway, in this particular case
the water was calm and
the sun was almost directly overhead
so that the diver was able to get into the water
and take this picture.
They estimated the weight at 300,000,000 tons.




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Hi,

Some people say that this picture is a hoax ( Global Marine Drilling Iceberg Photo Hoax ) but it remains beautiful anyway.

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This came from a Rig Manager

for Global Marine Drilling

in St. Johns , Newfoundland ..
They actually have to divert the path
of these things away from the rig
by towing them with ships!



Anyway, in this particular case
the water was calm and
the sun was almost directly overhead
so that the diver was able to get into the water
and take this picture.
They estimated the weight at 300,000,000 tons.




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Hi,

Some people say that this picture is a hoax ( Global Marine Drilling Iceberg Photo Hoax ) but it remains beautiful anyway.

Nicolas


snopes.com: Newfoundland Iceberg

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Some people say that this picture is a hoax ( Global Marine Drilling Iceberg Photo Hoax ) but it remains beautiful anyway.

Nicolas


Yep I heard that myself but I like it anyway if for no other reason that it makes me think of all the claims about man made global warming.....

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These extraordinary colours filled the night sky above Yorkshire last night as the Northern Lights unfolded over the British Isles. Subtle hues of purple, yellow, orange, and even neon green filled the heavens. The display, normally only visible far further North in the Arctic Circle, has reached so far South because of an unusually powerful solar explosion which sent streams of particles across space to collide with atoms in the upper earth atmosphere


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A little more than just nature but .....

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For some reason when I tried to embed this it says it doesn't exist...just click it, it's worth it




Works fine for me. Quote my reply to see the code.

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