Monday, 14 September 2009
Cargo Ship Makes Historic Journey Through English Channel Without Icebreaker
A cargo ship similar to the MV Noresearch.
photo thanks to http://www.liberty-ship.com/
As a result of climate change caused only by rich successful Western countries a cargo ship today completed a transit of the English Channel without assistance from an icebreaker.No icebreaker needed for historic voyage.
The captain of the vessel, MV Noresearch, 15,000 tonnes was able to stand on the ship's bridge in shirtsleeves during the voyage.
photo illustrating naval cold weather gear before climate change.
He reported seeing no Polar Bears, which is because of overfishing and Americans eating meat according to the only climate scientists who tell the truth and refuse to deny the overwhelming evidence.
The extent of the ice sheet in the Northern Hemisphere is at its lowest since the end of the last Ice Age more than 11,000 years ago.
Mr Marlowe, an expert on the shipping industry stated exclusively that the "English" Channel or La Manche as it is more usually known could become the world's busiest shipping lane, thereby potentially saving billions of tonnes of CO2 by avoiding the alternative Southampton-motorway-Harwich route to the North Sea.