I have a theory that glaciers aren’t melting — they’re hiding:

Hundreds of naked people formed a “living sculpture” on Switzerland’s Aletsch glacier Saturday aimed at raising awareness about climate change.

The photo shoot by New York artist Spencer Tunick, famous for his pictures of nude gatherings in public settings worldwide, was designed to draw attention to the effects of global warming on Switzerland’s shrinking glaciers.

“The melting of the glaciers is an indisputable sign of global climate change,” said environmental group Greenpeace, which co-organized the event.

What’s a “sculpture” about laying naked on a block of ice? Hell, Bill Clinton did it on his wedding night and nobody ever called it art.

As for this particular stunt, it’s no wonder glaciers are disappearing. If naked activists kept laying on me, you’d never find me in the same place twice.


Greenpeace put 200 naked activists at 98.6 degrees each totaling 19,720 degrees of body warmth on a glacier to draw attention to melting. What’s next? Protesting KFC’s animal rights record by setting fire to a chicken coop?


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