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Not Spring Yet in Minnesota

The glacier receding thing seems to be going in the wrong direction … ICE AGE!

Guess it’s time to call …

state farm

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24 May 2013 Science 4 Comments


  • tiki-mon says:

    That is some crazy natural phenomenon right there.

  • pixarlover says:

    This is a common occurrence in Minnesota especially on the north shore of Lake Superior. I have seen houses pushed off of their foundations which are built too close to the water.
    For more info check out this page


    Property owners occasionally return to their cabins in the spring only to discover they are dealing with property damage caused by a phenomenon called “ice heaving” or “ice jacking”. This powerful natural force forms a feature along the shoreline known as an “ice ridge”. The result may include significant damage to retaining walls, docks and boat lifts, and sometimes even to the cabin itself.

  • Mariela says:

    That’s scary crazy!!!

  • John in Missouri says:

    Said very slowly over the course of 30 minutes:


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