[ExI] Sea level rise (was: Curves on a graph (was Re:RichardLindzen on climatehysteria))
painlord2k at libero.it
Fri Aug 7 09:48:17 UTC 2009
BillK ha scritto:
> On 8/7/09, Mirco Romanato wrote: <snip>
>> Glaciers in Norway Growing Again
>> Alaska’s ice thickens over unusual summer
>> California Glaciers Growing …
> iceagenow is a junk science web site created by one man to promote
> his self-published book.
> Quote: It is hard to convey just how selective you have to be to
> dismiss the evidence for climate change. You must climb over a
> mountain of evidence to pick up a crumb: a crumb which then
> disintegrates in the palm of your hand. You must ignore an entire
> canon of science, the statements of the world's most eminent
> scientific institutions, and thousands of papers published in the
> foremost scientific journals. You must, if you are David Bellamy,
> embrace instead the claims of an eccentric former architect, which
> are based on what appears to be a non-existent data set. And you must
> do all this while calling yourself a scientist.
Well, I don't support this particular person on his particular theories.
I was looking for facts and hard data.
You don't wrote anywhere that these facts are false or incorrectly
interpreted. Your was only an ad ominem attack.
Glaciers in Norway Growing Again
Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years
Glaciers on California's Mt. Shasta keep growing
> The Sierra's 498 ice formations — glaciers and ice fields — have
> shrunk by about half their size over the past 100 years, with those
> exposed to direct sunlight shrinking fastest, said Andrew Fountain, a
> geology professor at Portland State University who has inventoried
> the glaciers in the continental U.S. as part of a federal initiative.
How is I continue to find quotes about how the glaciers shrinked for 100
or 250 years. What was the cause of these shrinks?
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