Wednesday, 12 July 2017

"The Day after TODAY" Largest Iceberg ever recorded breaks off- Antarctica

One of the largest icebergs ever recorded has been created after breaking free from an ice shelf in Antarctica. The more than 1 trillion metric ton mass of ice calved sometime between July 10-12 and is now adrift off the coast.
Larsen C – first an ice shelf and now an iceberg – is the third largest such structure in history, some 5,800 sq km in size, making it twice the size of Luxembourg and almost four times larger than the Greater London area.

Please read more at RT news -

Do you remember how "The Day After Tomorrow" began with the Ice shelf breaking off..


And Later on the Mega Tsunami coming in on New York and the East Coast.

This will be the effects of Trumpet Two. La Palma Volcano collapsing into the sea generating a Mega Tsunami across the Atlantic Ocean.

God Bless you all