Melting ice in Antarctica reveals new uncharted island

Feb 23, 2020
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This article is built upon an argument out of ignorance fallacy.
If there are seals in it - and there are ( cites the article ) - this little uncharted isle, has been there, for ages unknown!
Dude, they can prove that ice was covering this area until recently. Nobody is saying that the island didn't exist before. It just couldn't be seen with the naked eye. Satellites can see lots of land beneath chunks of ice in antarctica.
 
Mar 2, 2020
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It just couldn't be seen with the naked eye. Satellites can see lots of land beneath chunks of ice in antarctica.
Surely they can do. But what the article implies, if I am not mistaken, is that the island was so far totally unknown.
 

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The island I'd like visiting is what they call 'san Borondon' in the Canary Islands (saint Brendan), there are images and reports about this vanishing-returning place in YouTube.
Who sells tickets for a trip there? In Antarctica, many more things wil show with ice thawing, there is a huge MASCON buried under several km of ice, someone said: 'We will never know what is this,' I'd say: soon we wiil be in the situation of touching it. Blessings +
 

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