Look for Gore and Hansen to start sending back pictures of bare ground in Antarctica – as proof of global warming.
Examiner Thursday 13 February 1947
Umm, there’s plenty of bare ground and open water in Antarctica – and has been for some time. Scientists are well aware of it and even study it. I’m sure the Antarctic scientists and Gore are also aware of this. Seems only certain people aren’t aware of its existence ….. and somehow think it’s news.
One of the main reasons to study these areas is because they’re probably the closest thing we have on Earth to the environment on Mars. Here’s one article – with pictures.
You are a genius Kevin. Do the point of this post fly right over your head again?
Doesn’t look like some researchers have changed much in the past 60 years. Apparently those loons had never heard of Ross or Mawson.
I guess your point is then that Al and the gang might find the same thing, and again declare it to be a “significant find”, proving their case for AGW? It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if they tried that old chestnut.
Of course they will. That is the whole point of their trip.
And apparently you aren’t very bright – since everyone that studies the antarctic is well aware of the Dry Valleys and knows there’s open water lakes and plenty of snow free land – why would Trenberth or Gore think it news? You dig up old 60 year-old articles when there have been mainstream stories on it – as if the fact has somehow been hidden away and you’ve pre-empted their story.
It stands to reason you somehow think the old newspaper clipping proves something. Why not use one of the many stories on the Dry Valleys and the current research going on there? You made the choice. Defend it.
What is going on (or not going on) inside your head? ROFLMAO
Old newspaper clippings provide a historical record of things warmists are now trying to erase by adjusting data, proof that every present-day extreme/unusual/overrated weather event is not unprecedented, and that alarmism of catastrophe befalling the biosphere is FOS.
The scientifically illiterate leftstream media sounds the same as they did decades to centuries ago.
“And apparently you aren’t very bright – since everyone that studies the antarctic is well aware of the Dry Valleys and knows there’s open water lakes and plenty of snow free land – why would Trenberth or Gore think it news?”
Apparently you aren’t very bright. The article Steve posted demonstrates an example of people studying the Antarctic that didn’t know their “discovery” had already been discovered, and 100 years before. They might have just been plain ignorant; Al and the gang are plain deceitful.
ROTFL………………………splat….right over the head and stuck to the wall
What do you expect from a “Sheeple”?
pictures of glaciers calving, cracks in the ice, pictures of no snow in Antarctica in the summer, pictures of vast expanses of water with no ice, pictures of polar bears in the Antarctic…
…and slow motion pictures of water dropping off an icicle
and some hysterical macaroon that doesn’t get it…….LOL
I would love it if there was a gaffe showing polar bears in the Antarctic.
Maybe polar bears and penguins could switch places so that the bears have their ice and the birds have more water to swim in.
I don’t know if they would let you relocate all the trash dumps for the bears though………..
Here in the UK our weather is particularly influenced by conditions in the North Atlantic and a large melting of Greenland ice would affect us. The 7th century Norse settlements on Greenland were destroyed by a cooling climate when their sea route to Norway was closed by sea ice. The earth’s climate has vast natural cycles and it is very important to maintain accurate data. Visitors from another galaxy would probably be surprised by the relative stability of conditions on earth!
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