Chasing Ice (2012)
Chiiz|Volume 52
Director: Jeff Orlowski Music director: J. Ralph Producers: Jerry Aronson, Jeff Orlowski Cinematography: Jeff Orlowski
Nivedita Basu

Jeff Orlowski’s book Chasing Ice is known for describing the bold and adventurous efforts of a scientist named James Balogh and his research team in extreme ice and snow investigations, where “extreme” refers to their efforts on the ice. When global warming warnings are gossiped about and spread as “junk science”, the science here relies on the appearance of actual observations. When evolutionists who oppose evolution (incorrectly) say that no one has seen evolution, scientists are now seeing climate change at an alarming rate.

This is a movie for skeptics, who said, “We don’t have enough information. James Balogh has directed many stories and movies for National Geographic, usually about endangered species. This time, it’s better than most People worry more. During expeditions to Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and Montana, his team took still images, anchored them, and protected them from the harsh winter weather. Some of them have been destroyed. And returned with improved facilities, using complex methods to adjust the camera layout in the dazzling white light in the changing ice scene. It uses a revolutionary time-lapse camera, and its design goal is only one: to capture the world’s glacier changes for up to a year.

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