Warmists To Brave “Bitingly Cold” -40C Air To Reverse Climate Change

Yeah, I know you’re already scratching your head

(Cape Times) TWO South Africans are to brave bitingly cold winds and snow plains in a 750km, 25-day ski race to the South Pole starting on New Year’s Day.

Braam Malherbe and Peter van Kets leave tomorrow for Nova, Antarctica, to become acclimatised to the cold.

Van Kets said frostbite, altitude and dehydration were the biggest risks. “You can get frostbite within two minutes if any part of your skin is exposed to the -40°C air. We’ll be skiing 3 000 metres above sea level.”

Malherbe said that he was competing to raise environmental awareness: “The polar regions are really barometers of our planet. We are all in a race against time to slow down and ultimately stop climate change.”

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3 Responses to “Warmists To Brave “Bitingly Cold” -40C Air To Reverse Climate Change”

  1. The Watcher says:

    Prediction: three days in, the US has to fly a search-and-rescue for these clowns.

  2. mojo says:

    “Raising awareness” again. I’m shocked he’s not pointing out the complete extinction of those cute Poley Bears in Antarctica…

  3. I’m really waiting for the headline. “Climate change activists eaten by penguins, climate change blamed”

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