Russian Icebreakers Stuck in the Arctic Global Warming

Arctic sea-ice disappeared in 2014 Update…

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Russian nuclear icebreaker "Arktika" Russian nuclear icebreaker “Arktika”. By Abarinov (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

h/t 1saveenergy – Two Russian icebreakers have become stuck in metre thick ice fields, on their return from a journey to escort supplies to Russia’s northernmost port.

Icebreakers make historic Arctic voyage, then get stuck in frozen sea on return journey

By The Siberian Times reporter 17 January 2017

Vessels could be marooned ‘for a week’ in East Siberian Sea after getting caught in thick ice.

Bulk carriers Sinegorsk and Johann Mahmastal made a successful midwinter cargo crossing from Arkhangelsk to Russia’s northernmost port of Pevek, Chukotka, escorted by icebreakers Kapitan Dranitsyn and Admiral Makarov.

It was the first such crossing since Soviet times, and the ships delivered supplies for the supplies for the world’s first floating heat and power plant to be assembled in Chukotka after a journey lasting from 14…

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2 Comments on “Russian Icebreakers Stuck in the Arctic Global Warming”

  1. bubu beliver says:

    ha ha
    And now we have cooling.
    But what exactly is it and why haven’t we found it yet?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Climatism says:

      Correct. But according to Warming alarmists, the planet is melting and it’s all your fault. Sceptics ask questions like the one you just did – but the planets cooling! But you’re a denier for stating observed reality. Nuts.


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