Try the Columbia Ice Fields for a start. That glacier is particularly accessible.
Parks Canada - Jasper National Park - Columbia Icefield Area and the Athabasca Glacier (external - login to view)
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbia_Icefield (external - login to view)
It's pointless to explain anything to him. He's dim. You'll have better luck talking to a dog. He doesn't grasp the meaning of articles or reports. He blindly trusts the BBC.
Seriously, you're trying to reason with the British version of selfsame.
Japanese probably has more loanwords than any other language. Even the very Japanese "Pokémon" comes from the English "pocket monster".
Around 42% of words in English are loanwords, although the vast majority of the words we speak in normal everyday speech are Anglo-Saxon.
Just 2% of Chinese words are loanwords.
Hey, they use the CO2 and temp graphs I have posted around here somewhere:
I are smort!
btw, the light bends around the moon during eclipses
so it has to have more then one velocity to bend due to gravity
I am a sEEentist