Exposing 5 Myths Against Antarctica Ice Growth
Taking the man-made global warming argument seriously puts humanity in peril. Instead of embracing these new facts, the global warming debaters attempt to pull straws to argue against growing evidence that the planet is getting cooler. Myth 1. Antarctic Sea ice means nothing on the account that the Antarctic Ice Cap is "shrinking." What's significant about this? The bigger the ice sheet sitting over the Earth's poles, the colder the air mass sitting on top of them gets. Meaning, one reason to why the Antarctic Sea ice is setting records is because the air masses coming from the South Pole are getting colder, stronger, and more persistent. Increasing ice volume leads to colder air over the South Pole, Antarctica, and surrounding areas. Myth 2. Evidence overwhelmingly says "NO" to a volcano melting a part of the Antarctic ice. Although a volcanic eruption may not blow through and completely melt all the ice, they stated that volcanic activity will melt the ice from underneath. The melting of the ice underneath the ice sheet will create a lot of liquid water streams underneath it. Melting ice, large volumes of it, creating fluids at the bottom of the ice sheet facilitate ice sheet melts. Myth 3. Forty years of data argues against "this" being a "man-made global warming conspiracy." According to a scientist that was with the UN, there was no "Scientific consensus" on "Man-made" global warming. These scientists did not write the conclusion, nor did they sit together to come to a consensus. In response to this so-called "Consensus", over 30,000 scientists signed a petition disagreeing with the catastrophic global warming predictions that the so-called "Consensus" made. Over 9,000 of those scientists had PhD's. This is in opposition to the alleged 97% of the 2,000 scientists. Again, the UN scientists did not sit down and come to a "Consensus." That "Consensus" was a fabrication done by those that wrote the report. Myth 4. Human greenhouse emissions will prevent us from cycling into mega glaciation. Even the United Nations recognized that there is a "Temporary pause" in global warming. The original scientists that proposed the man-made global warming, due to CO2, abandoned this theory. Third, raw satellite and thermometer measurements over the past few decades indicate an overall declining trend in global temperatures. Fourth, there's a growing body of evidence that's pointing to the sun as a primary cause of global warming and global cooling. People embrace the man-made global warming theory at humanity's peril. Myth 5. Shrinking ice sheet versus sea level rise or decline. Any kind of sea level rise, resulting from melting ice sheets, will have to come from the continental ice sheets and glaciers. Theoretically speaking, if all the land ice were to melt, sea levels will rise between 210 to 220 feet, give or take. Sea levels were up to 20 feet higher during the Eemian Epoch than they are right now. If you take the sea level trends throughout the current interglacial period, the Holocene, you'd see a decline in sea levels over the past 6,000 years. More recently, many studies indicating a sea level rise have been reporting a declining rate.