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New concept, formation of broken iceberg

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We have been accustomed to the knowledge that climate change has hasten the speed of ice melting in the polar region and increased frequency of floating iceberg...


Did something today that might accidentally show how iceberg is broken or formed.... 

This piece of ice was taken out from the freezer. Added a little  tape water to melt it mildly. Cracks immediate formed when water touching the ice.....


Therefore, could those floating ice formed by having more frequent rain on very cold polar ice? Cracks formed and they broken away. Melting happens because they are in the water... 'o' 'o' 


Not so much on  increment in   temperature? 'o' 


Anyone can verify if frequency of rain has increased over  the years in the pole?


Someone tried to shoot polar light in a travel documentary faced with cloudy and rainy days that spoilt the plan...


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