Timelapse through Antarctica

A cool video my cousin made while doing research in Antarctica. Two months of footage condensed into less than 5 minutes.

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+6 1. havix1 commented 7 years ago

That would bo so humbling to be there for that trip.
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0 2. ozmasood commented 7 years ago

#(removed comment), how did you get that youtube clip to start from the the middle?
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+2 3. Sustagen commented 7 years ago

In the end (4:09), they found a lost civilization (of penguins) :D
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+3 4. BarraMacAnna commented 7 years ago

#2, if you look at the end of the URL I posted, you will notice "=0m37s", which is of course, 0minutes 37seconds into the video...you can do this with any video by adding the time you want at the end of the URL ;)
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-3 5. tsar911 commented 7 years ago

How are they not contributing to melting Antarctica?
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0 6. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

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Let's ask the other way around... what exactly are they doing there to make it melt? If you can explain to me in a rational and scientific way, how they are contributing to melting the Arctic, I will be all open for a rational discussion.
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+1 7. BarraMacAnna commented 7 years ago

Awww :( Hey Admins! Just wondering, are YT videos automatically deleted now? There's still a few posted on snotr, such as:

http://www.snotr.com/video/7492/Hilarious_Accents__Comedian_Elon_Gold_
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-3 8. leoneas23 commented 7 years ago

so they went so north pole, and made this awesome discovery of...water moving. AND penguins are there, and...yea, AWESOME
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0 9. Nubben83 commented 7 years ago

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Rational way is that we send ships there to check why its melting and by doing so we are maybe making it worse because ice break lose and float away and melts, or at least the ice layer get weaker and not stronger in general and the area shrinks. I mean try get a bowl of water to freeze while you stir in it every few hours. I understand we need to go there to try and do something, but its not only one ship going there and its not always for science. Just my opinion, no facts. Otherwise really nice video.
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-2 10. ChainTexter commented 7 years ago

Enjoy it while it lasts.
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+2 11. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#8 Antarctica is the SOUTH pole . Penguins do not live at the North pole.
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0 12. sirval commented 7 years ago

where do you get fuel, huh?
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-3 13. Analizethat commented 7 years ago

#12 what does it matter? you're missing the whole point of the video.

#8 it's Antarctica you idiot. There is no penguins at the north pole.

There's a few reasons why ice melts and i assure you all it is not because of boats going there.

where do people get these ridiculous ideas from?

It's like saying "don't throw garbage to the sea because it gets polluted". That's simply not true. just look at the size of all oceans together. 75% of our planets surface is water.

Also earth regenerates it's natural resources every couple million years.

Reading my friends, it's good and it's still free.