Faroe Hypothesis

Every summer, the Faroese flock to their shores for a celebratory ritual called Grindadráp. It is to honor the whales they’ve hunted. The celebration teaches children to give thanks, to pay homage, as they harvest from the sea. The Faroe Islands lack in agriculturally rich soil, making it difficult to grow crops. Importing food during the winter months can be difficult, and costly. The Faroe Islands would prove to be unfruitful in the study of cross pollination. The air is cool, and vegetation is not species-diverse, making it very difficult for insects to thrive.

“Official Hypothesis:” I wonder, did the troops bring gas with them?

 

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