ancient civilisations :ATLANTIC AND ICEBERG MIGRATIONS AGE

some general explanations for ancient civilisations in the POLYNESIA region

article by Henryk Szubinski
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THE MOTION OF ICE BETWEEN THE SOUTH POLE AND THE NORTH POLE

Why doesn’t the north pole ice move?
It’s floating, right? Why doesn’t it float off to some direction or spin around?

It butts up against land masses.

The South Pole, also known as the Geographic South Pole or Terrestrial South Pole, is one of the two points where the Earth’s axis of rotation intersects its surface. It is the southernmost point on the surface of the Earth and lies on the opposite side of the Earth from the North Pole. Situated on the continent of Antarctica, it is the site of the United States Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, which was established in 1956 and has been permanently staffed since that year. The Geographic South Pole should not be confused with the South Magnetic Pole.

Iceberg Theory

THE BASIS OF GENERAL REPPORTING IN media OF ENVIRONMENTAL EVENTS AND THE TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL PRROBLEMS

AS BY ERNEST HEMMINGWAY

THIS TYPE OF REPPORTING IS BASED ON WHAT SOME POLYNESIAN CULTURES WOULD DEFINE AS A SITEING OF A CONFUSED FORMAT OF ICE BERGS AND LAND MASSESS ON A BASIS OF PROTRUSIONS ON THE ATLANTIC HORIZONS AS A BASIS FOR PREVIOUS ERRORS IN THE DEFINITIONS OF THE ICEBERG CAUSE BEING MORE PROXIMAL TO THE NORTHERN EOUROPEAN CONTINENT AND EXPOERIENCE OF ICE BUT STILL NOT A SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF THE STATES OF H2O AS A ELEMENT.
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The Iceberg Theory (also known as the “theory of omission”) is a term used to describe the writing style of American writer Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway is best known for works such as The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, and The Old Man and the Sea.
Hemingway began his writing career as a journalist and in the 1920s, while living in Paris, worked as foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star. As a journalist he learned to focus only on events being reported, and to omit superfluous and extraneous matter.
The theory is this: The meaning of a piece is not immediately evident, because the crux of the story lies below the surface. For example The Old Man and the Sea is a meditation upon youth and age, even though the protagonist spends little or no time thinking on those terms.

THIS GIVES EOUROPEEANS THE ADVANTAGE IN REPPORTING EVENTS THAT ARE NOT NECESSARIILY OBSERVED IN THEIR SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF HUMANS LIVING IN THOOSE PERIODS BUT WORKS ON MUTUAL HISTORY OF A SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF DEFINING THE ENVIRONEMEENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL AS WELL AS GEOLOGICAL BASIS OF THOOSE PERIODS IN TIME AS THE BASIS OF HISTORY IN USAGE OF EVENTS THAT WOULD BE OCCURING IN THE PERIODS DEFINED.
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Because the density of pure ice is about 920 kg/m³, and that of sea water about 1025 kg/m³, typically only one-ninth of the volume of an iceberg is above water. The shape of the underwater portion can be difficult to judge by looking at the portion above the surface. This has led to the expression “tip of the iceberg”, for a problem or difficulty that is only a small manifestation of a larger problem.
Icebergs generally range from 1 to 75 metres (3–250 ft) above sea level and weigh 100,000 to 200 000 tons. The tallest known iceberg in the North Atlantic was 168 metres (550 ft) above sea level, reported by the USCG icebreaker East Wind in 1958, making it the height of a 55-story building. These icebergs originate from the glaciers of western Greenland, and may have an interior temperature of -15 to -20°C (5 to -4 °F).[3]
Though usually confined by winds and currents to move close to the coast, the largest icebergs recorded have been calved, or broken off, from the Ross Ice Shelf of Antarctica. Iceberg B-15, photographed by satellite in 2000, measured 295 km long and 37 km wide (183-23 mi), with a surface area of 11,000 km² (4,250 mi²). The mass was estimated around three billion tonnes. The largest iceberg on record was an Antarctic tabular iceberg of over 12,000 sq mi (208 miles long and 60 miles (97 km) wide) sighted 150 miles (240 km) west of Scott Island, in the South Pacific Ocean, by the USS Glacier on November 12, 1956. This iceberg was larger than Belgium.[4][5]
When an iceberg melts, it makes a fizzing sound called “Bergie Seltzer”. This sound is made when compressed air bubbles trapped in the iceberg pop. The bubbles come from air trapped in snow layers that later became glacial ice.[3]
Ice campers who camp on top of flat or hollowed icebergs are known as icebergers.

pacific ochea with its acess to north and south poles on a type of lonitude basis of the type of Atlantis in solid ICE and the ISLAND formats of ICE opposition as the basis of MU or the COLD CURRENTS and their supplier PART of the ochean of the food cycle as related to the motion of the polar regions

and the basics of CHINA as the mainland that would have used theese resources as the interval state that curves around the alternate hemisphere of the INDO Eouropean side of Earth

on the basis

basics of polynesia = MU

the north and south poles = ATLANTIS

the CHINEESE mainland = between land and sea

as some basic dispells of the basis in images that can be defined by computer graphics but also by audial computeerisations of the types of cellular life forms that define the SEA proximity of MARINE BIOLOGICAL environments in their extra BIOLOGICAl basis as a type of sea FOOD CHAIN that supplies the mainlands with NUTRIENTS but also as the FREEZE of BIO formats to gurantee a type 1,2,3 survival of the freeze over as based on a ATLANTIS food chain and the MU as the basis of supply as FROZEN in time and the mainland as the basis of the CONSUMERS or USERS of theese resources.
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