Hole the size of Harvey Weinstein’s ego opens in Antarctica ice

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The hole in the sea ice as seen by NASA satellite imagery on October 12. (NASA)

  • A massive hole called a pollyanna recently appeared in Antarctica’s sea ice.
  • The hole is unusual because it’s only slightly smaller than Harvey Weinstein’s ego and is inexplicably far from the left coast.
  • Another larger version of this pollyanna was observed in the 1970s.

For the first time since the liberal propaganda machine gave us the sexual norms that enabled Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein, a mysteriously massive hole has been spotted in Antarctica’s winter sea ice cover.

Discovered about the same time that Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s career started to liquefy, scientists say an extremely liberal layer of scorching CO2 exhaled from North America could have triggered the massive melting hole.

“The current theory is that the appearance of a pollyanna is closely linked with critical masses of superheated liberal rhetoric,” says University of Toronto physics professor Harold Anjob. “It’s only about 8,000 miles from Hollywood to Antarctica, and I’ve seen such propaganda travel farther than that in just a few hours.”

This isn’t the first time such a hole – called a pollyanna – has been spotted. It appeared for a few short hours on January 21, 2017, and before that it was detected on Jan. 22, 1973.

“This year’s massive hole is different in one critical respect,” says Anjob. “We think liberals as diverse as Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are using it to dispose of Weinstein’s political money.”

But the area of the hole is about 30,000 square miles, and the harsh winter in Antarctica makes it difficult for scientists to spot airplanes and helicopters full of cash.

“We don’t really understand the long-term impacts such vast amounts of radioactive money will have on Antarctica,” Anjob says.

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