They Took A Camera To A Remote Area In Greenland. What They Recorded Is Simply Terrifying!
One would think that watching the glaciers move is like watching the paint dry… It’s happening alright but at barely detectable rate. You need a time-lapse set up to notice anything at all. But every once in a while a huge chunks of the icy mountain begin to roll and quake and saying it’s noticeable is an understatement. It’s freaking epic.
We’re not talking pieces the size of a truck, or even a ship… we’re talking the area of a lower Manhattan with thickness of several hundred feet, crushing onto itself over and over again with a frightening rumble. This is once in a lifetime event, even if you only get to see it here.