Age & Experience No Longer Favored in the Arctic
Given that much of the current Democratic Presidential Primary season has been defined by questions & posturing about experience (35 years from HRC or lack thereof in the case of Obama), I thought it would be useful to see how important experience is in the Arctic circle.
I was shocked to see that up in the Arctic they have learned that experience is no longer an important factor in sea ice makeup.
The image above, compliments of NASA, clearly shows that young beats old.
I think we can learn a lot from the ice in the Arctic. I hope voters take this to heart & realize that experience is definitely overrated. Young ice, old ice ... what's the big deal?