Ahhhh,the graphs have arrived! You folks have fun while I'm on my way to my next adventure.I am happy as I set up a well known bud in the Arctic to take over logistics tonight at the gig I had south of Cambridge bay last year.
He is one happy camper and is very experienced in the ways of the north and like me laughs at the numptys that post graphs to make up for their complete lack of knowledge of the Arctic,graphs allways make you look lame but I'm used to seeing this as are most that have been there.
I'm off to Saskatchewan in a few days to go exploit their oil,I figure 2 years and i'll be in retirement mode and maybe I'll buy a house there as I'm going to follow the money for a bit before the envirowankers try to shut it down to with more graphs and non educational B.S. that makes no sense.
I really dont care about what others say about the Arctic or their lack of experience in the north,they are only doing what I predicted and thats fearmongering over something they have no clue about,Tonnington has never been to the Arctic....but he has graphs.
This attitude will hurt the arctic for many years and the people that live there and that makes me sad,numptys that wouldnt last a day in the north preaching about whats best for the people in the north that live there and they are telling them whats best for them?
Well folks,you can keep this up and hurt the people you think your saveing(Tonnington) or you can go up north and then educate yourself and see how big a fool you look like to the natives.Trust me....they will laugh at you but then you would never go up there,you would be the town laughingstock if you ever did manage to leave your nice warm home and visit the other side.
I know that when it comes time for an exploration company to get someone to make things happen in the north I will be called,not someone with some non sensical graphs that dont really mean nothing unless your sucking for a govt. grant.
Later folks,it was a slice!
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert
Ah, so the Thelon not icing up for the caribou that have previously used the ice to cross only seems to be a local occurrence to you? I have news for you, there are dozens of that kind of occurrence all over the Arctic. Less snow, less ice. And that contrdicts what you've been saying and inferring since I found this thread.
You're shooting your own foot here by producing evidence against yourself.
Oh, yeah but the ice isn't melting any different than in the past, according to a few posts of yours. If you want I can go back a few posts and bring up a few things you've said.
Caribou move around. I knew that long before I found CC a few years back, yes.
On the ice it's different. But I'd prepare for a lot more greenery and a lot less ice if I lived up there. Probably buy a couple freezers, a smoker/dehydrator, more canning equipment, and digging a bigger garden.
After dozens of posts, your patience would get worn down, too.
It's got nothing to do with being man-made or not. This has to do with dozens of posts of Kak saying the ice is fine and more dozens by Ton and I providing fact after fact proving him wrong.
You havent proven me wrong,you just showed your a numpty that has internet experience,sorry but thats not good enough to sway me.
Blows me away how many people are experts on the north yet they have never been there,too funny.
I know the ice,I know the seasons and the weather anomalies that take place,something you wont see in any graph.My life and that of my mates depended on it and it's called experience,I dont think theres a single person that has worked in the north that would take tonnington seriously.
He has never been there,he's a numpty as we like to call them and I have zero respect for numptys as do every single Innuit I have worked and lived with.
The kabluna has to earn respect in the arctic,it took me a few years of listening to the hunters and elders before I earned mine.Most of you have no idea what it's like on the other side.
Last edited by Kakato; Jan 14th, 2012 at 02:07 AM..