Lowest Extent In 13 Billion Years

Antarctic sea ice is nearly identical to 1986, but the press say extent is the lowest in 13 billion  years.




Antarctica’s Low-Ice Winter Should Only Happen Once Every 13 Billion Years | IFLScience

Palm trees grew in Antarctica 53 million years ago.

Palm trees ‘grew on Antarctica’ – BBC News

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2 Responses to Lowest Extent In 13 Billion Years

  1. kamas716 says:

    Isn’t Earth only about 4.5 Billion years old?

  2. Antarctic sea ice was much lower when Earth was part of a nebula of gas around a growing black hole that would become the Milky Way Galaxy

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