Northwest Passage Shipping Lane Clear Open Water Traffic Global Warming Smithsonian Point Barrow Ground Zero Climate Change Alarmism Arctic Icepack Melting Common Historically Ancient Arctic Ocean Navigation Maps Ancient Sea Kings Charles Hapgood Archaic Precession Cartography Ancient Navigation

The global warming hypists are all o’ twitter that the Northwest Passage, the shipping lane along Canada’s arctic ocean coast, will be open this summer, a sure sign that the worldwide climate is warming greatly, according to them, so proclaimed in the Smithsonian online’s current article Barrow Alaska Ground Zero Climate Change, where they say that the Passage is open for the first time in centuries, when the reality is that the Passage was open in 1906, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1944, 1957, 1969, 1977, 1984, 1988, and 2000; frozen since then, now opening again in 2010, obviously no big deal, frozen during the last decade when the Climategate people were saying the earth was warming steadily the whole time, see

The Arctic was open ocean circa 2000 b.c., proven with the research on the so-called Independence I Culture of northern Greenland, the ancient Thule people, there when big waves from open ocean lashed the shoreline (locked now in icepacks) from the time when navigators were sailing all over the world, by the mapping method explained in article #2 at, and demonstrated with the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood), medieval maps which were drawn from ancient source maps, from during the Ice Age.

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