Chilling beauty, preserved in photos

  • Article by: KRISTIN TILLOTSON , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 4, 2012 - 11:37 PM

Photographer James Balog went to the ends of the Earth to document the alarming rate at which glaciers are melting.

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jimfox2Dec. 3, 12 5:26 PM

I'll be interested in Mr. Balog's trip to the South Pole area to document where the ice pack is growing.

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freedumb86Dec. 3, 12 9:24 PM

Jimfox2- Which episode of Fox did you catch that off of. Wait, Forbes! So if one portion of ice pack in the massive south pole is growing and the huge majority is shrinking AND the Greenland Cap and North Pole is shrinking in addition to hundreds of glaciers then what do you suggest is the global trend? I guess you'll have to wait for another episode of Fox!

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kmrialDec. 3, 1210:45 PM

@jimfox2, the amount of South Pole growth is minuscule to the ice lost. Your implication is misleading.

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raylottieDec. 4, 12 6:53 AM

It is the height of arrogance to think that man can control global temperatures. This thing is bigger than us. We can't even control our national debt. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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fooledmeonceDec. 4, 12 8:16 AM

at 964 ft above sea level, I'm not worried about flooding

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stripeDec. 4, 12 8:34 AM

Look at that, ladies and gents, Raylottie has the answers. I'm sure he'll back up his claim with some facts and figures.

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raylottieDec. 4, 1210:05 AM

@stripe: What's your opinion on this? I expressed mine; happy to get yours.

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