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  1. The following information is in the Glacier Bay National Park Brochure and it is also on their web site:
    1794: Captain George Vancouver of the H.M.S. Discovery, along with Lt. Joseph Whidbey, describes Glacier Bay as “a compact sheet of ice as far as the eye could distinguish”.
    1879: John Muir records his “discovery” of Glacier Bay. The glacial ice has retreated up into the bay 40 miles from where Whidbey saw it.
    Excuse me, but even a cat of much less intelligence than your humble Jazzy Cat, would know the dramatic 40 mile retreating of the glacier from 1794 to 1879 had nothing to do with burning fossil fuel in cars.

    Maybe Al Gore could check this out

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