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Old 12-11-2019, 03:26 PM   #7951 (permalink)
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Antarctica is gaining while the North is loosening. The Midwest has plenty of ice and snow right now. Mega-hail is trending toward the East.

On rereading I was hasty.

It was beating a dead horse at Permalink #1. But beating up the people beating the dead horse was fun.

As for myself, the genetic engineering drama will play out under the cloud of the inexorable solar micro-nova. Per today's S0, the North and South magnetic poles are racing toward Indonesia.
Any comment about Antarctica gaining ice better provide context.In a warmer Antarctic,you're going to see more evaporation and precipitation.The downside is,that the new foehn winds blow the snow off the continent before it all can accumulate into ice.Ice accumulation in the interior neglects to mention the lower,warmer coastline elevations, and no mention of ice shelves melting from below at the grounding line,from warmer ocean temps,which when they break off,un-cork glaciers which accelerate into the surrounding oceans,which is exactly what's happening.Satellite,remote-sensing won't necessarily pickup on the enormous voids developing under the ice.And wait 'til you see glaciers,whose bases are underwater,float off the continent.
We're talking about an ice cube,147-miles on a side,which would require a rocket ship to reach the top.

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Old 12-11-2019, 05:40 PM   #7952 (permalink)
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Any comment about Antarctica gaining ice better provide context.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=antartica+gaining+losing+ice%3F

It's controvertible.


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Dropspace resoves correctly again. I suspect they are under a lot of stress-testing.
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Old 12-11-2019, 07:43 PM   #7953 (permalink)
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Man made climate change is a distraction.
Everyone should be more worried about the south pole being half way to Australia.
Until this year they were able to deny or down play it.

It's probably just coincidence that all antarctic areas loosing ice have volcanos erupting underneath.
The Clintons taught me not to believe in coincidence.
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Old 12-12-2019, 05:12 PM   #7954 (permalink)
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Antarctica is gaining while the North is loosening.
This is not correct. The Antarctica was gaining up until 2014, when it set a record high area - but since then it is already at record lows.

This is huge, and and shocking - record high to a record low in just a few years.
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The Antarctica was gaining up until 2014, when it set a record high area - but since then it is already at record lows.
This seems implausible in five years. Is it an in/decreasing rate of de/increase thing?

I provided a search link above. Here's one for news by date: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=antartica+...s&df=m&ia=news

The most recent on the first page is this, 6hrs ago: https://www.msn.com/en-my/news/world...ica/ar-AAK4enV

It was cited on S0 today: https://youtu.be/uvUmLtriCLI?t=73

TLDR; The Denman trough would be underwater if it wasn't under ice. Corrugations parallel to the coastline will lock land ice in place as the sea ice calves.

Tim Pool on the notorious truant, Greta T. being 'person of the year' instead of the girl who died on the streets of Hong Kong.

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Also, S0 updated the magnetic pole wander story: https://youtu.be/uvUmLtriCLI?t=241
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Yeah they can't down play or dismiss the pole movement any more. Now all they can do is distract and pretend like it isn't happening.
As of late 2019 the south pole is half way to Australia.
Something that definitely hasn't happened in the last 400 years and doesn't appear to have happened within the last few thousand years.

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This is not correct. The Antarctica was gaining up until 2014, when it set a record high area - but since then it is already at record lows.

This is huge, and and shocking - record high to a record low in just a few years.
Calling the time period between 2014 and now is not climate or proof of climate change. Even the ipcc uses averages of temperature, ice coverage, rain fall data and then lumps the data into 30 year blocks.
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I don't endorse Brietbart, I was sent there by a news aggregator (not Drudge Report. Never again Drudge Report).

https://www.breitbart.com/environmen...ation-demands/
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Carlos Fuller from Belize told the BBC that Brazil, Saudi Arabia, India and China were “part of the problem” because of their refusal to guarantee any payments for their climate “sins.”

The only agreement amongst representatives is that the U.S. alone might be left with a multi-billion dollar tab.
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If the two weeks of climate wrangling fail to come up with any workable solution, the only guarantee is that the whole process will begin again in 12 months time.

That’s when 25,00 people from 200 countries will again fly in from around the world to seek ways to achieve the United Nations’ demand for global “climate solutions.”
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What's this Edit Tags thing? Can I be trusted with that much power?

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