Skip to comments.Antarctic Sea Ice Sets Another Record (Above 33 year average)
Posted on 09/19/2012 3:50:04 PM PDT by AmonAmarth
Antarctic sea ice set another record this past week, with the most amount of ice ever recorded on day 256 of the calendar year (September 12 of this leap year). Please, nobody tell the mainstream media or they might have to retract some stories and admit they are misrepresenting scientific data.
National Public Radio (NPR) published an article on its website last month claiming, Ten years ago, a piece of ice the size of Rhode Island disintegrated and melted in the waters off Antarctica. Two other massive ice shelves along the Antarctic Peninsula had suffered similar fates a few years before. The events became poster children for the effects of global warming. Theres no question that unusually warm air triggered the final demise of these huge chunks of ice.
NPR failed to mention anywhere in its article that Antarctic sea ice has been growing since satellites first began measuring the ice 33 years ago and the sea ice has been above the 33-year average throughout 2012.
(Excerpt) Read more at forbes.com ...
Good , all that ice is keeping the earth from tipping over
Invest in oceanfront property on the Arctic Ocean. Or grow bananas in Alaska. Take an lemon and make it into lemonade.
God help us if a Liberal Muslim ever evolves!
If the ice continues to build at this rate, it could unbalance the Earth and possibly make it tip over!!!!
Al Bore is deeply saddened...hehehehehehehe1
Yes, and the ice at the south pole will just form icicles and break off into space anyway. No worries.
"Wow, talked about bias. Clearly this person doesnt understand the difference between Climate Change and Global Warming."
As the saying goes, 'you can't fix stupid!'.
Send the ice to Guam and see if the island tips over. If it does, then the black congressman who asked the questions about whether additional US troops being stationed there could tip over the island, would be correct.
Meanwhile, in the real world....!
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