Discussion in 'JKD / Jeet Kune Do' started by jeff81363, Oct 23, 2020.
im sure homophobic slurs are the best way forward
No 1% is a colloquialism. Generally either used for very rich people or bikies.
so, in essance you have no idea what the participant number are
Cool. So did a quick search. Again, assuming you're in manchester at the moment. The first 3 sites I checked that's a 4 hour flight on its own. So when you include driving/bussing to the airport, boarding, departing, finding an ice cap to hike and getting there, it would take you a fair bit more than 4 hours.
It only has to be one to apply in this case though. Because it is applied to a specific person.
4 hours then like i said,i only guested thats pretty dam good
nb, you dont have to find AN ice cap, there is only one flippin ice cap, im not sure how many times i have to tell you the same thing
it only has to ve one person out of millions to count as one % , youve lost me mate
The artic is that area. You were talking about hiking an ice cap. Since you said norway and not greenland (where the only northern ice sheet is) I assumed that you meant an ice cap rather than the ice sheet. In which case there are multiple. Here's a list of some of them in norway. And before you argue about whether those are ice caps or glaciers, read the first paragraph of this.
..now what does any of this have to do with jeet kune do? I think we got a bit sidetracked here, over something very unimportant.
the cap is the top, thats where caps generaly go, there a( note the singular as in one) big ice cap that runs all the way from norway to greenland, and all the other places that cross the artic meridian, jeez mate buy a globe , its flipin round
Yeah. The one person in question. Either he does obstical corses and is training for that eventuality or he doesn't and Maby better off training something else.
How many people walk ice caps?
,, but my point wasnt that lots do, rather it was available to them if they wanted to much like obstical courses
yeah but mate...this is not a forum for what you´re looking for.
I am sure there are other forums out there for that
Do you seriously read what you post ?
The Earth has two polar ice caps. One on top in the ArCtic Ocean and the other in the south around the AntarCtic.
They are also referred to as ice sheets and there are also smaller spots can still be referred to as "ice caps".
An ice cap is a glacier, a thick layer of ice and snow, that covers fewer than 50,000 square kilometers (19,000 square miles). Glacial ice covering more than 50,000 square kilometers (19,000 square miles) is called an ice sheet.
there both on top depending which way up you are when viewing them, the concept that the earth has the north at the top and soulth at the bottom is a total fabrication ( and what tends to confuse flat earther and you it seem)and just convention that has its roots in the first map makers comibg from the north
but i did specify the artic ice cap, that the one with the north pole,( currently) that sort of rules out the Antarctic from the discusion, but hell dont let that stop you
i kbow quite a bit about Antarctica , we can discuss that if you like
You're the one that said the "ice cap" is "on top" in reference to the Arctic polar ice cap and said there was only one. Thus my statement and calling it the "top" and referencing the other at the southern end (notice I never called it "the bottom"). There are also many "ice caps" according to National Geographic and not just one (the link).
So, once again be wrong and play semantic games to look smart.
PS: its the arCtic not the artic.
but there is only one artic ice cap???123
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