Things That Are Growing: Glaciers And Ted Turner’s Hypocrisy

You could just imagine some people at the UN building screaming and gnashing their, having to be physically held back, over this release

Cancun climate change summit: glaciers increasing despite climate change

Glaciers in many parts of the world are increasing, according to a new United Nations report, despite climate change.

Glaciers have grown in western Norway, New Zealand’s South Island, parts of Asia and the Tierra del Fuego in South America.

Obviously, the story then goes on to say that the rest of the worlds glaciers, most of which haven’t been studied and documented for the long term, if at all, are retreating OMG THEY ARE GOING TO ALL DISAPPEAR!!!!!1!!!! Yet, if it is global warming, then why are some increasing? Oh, right, I forgot, the New Doctrine says that warm causes cold. My bad.

Atlanta’s most unguarded tongue is at it again, telling global leaders meeting in Mexico that the rest of the world should adopt China’s one-child policy, according to a Toronto newspaper.

“If we’re going to be here [as a species] 5,000 years from now, we’re not going to do it with seven billion people,” CNN founder Ted Turner said Sunday at a conference discussing the impact of demographic trends on the future of greenhouse gas emission.

If such a plan was adopted, the father of five said, poor people could profit from their decision not to reproduce by selling fertility rights.

Five, huh?

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3 Responses to “Things That Are Growing: Glaciers And Ted Turner’s Hypocrisy”

  1. captainfish says:

    Hey Teddy baby. You kill off your least favorite 4 kids, and then when you get out of jail, I’ll start taking you seriously.

    Ok sweetheart!!?!?

    Buy-bye!!

  2. John Ryan says:

    Teach glaciers are formed by PRECIPITATION, not by temperatures don’t you remember about Antarctica being the driest dessert ?? And how the WARMING htere results in more snowfall?You constantly seem confused about the difference between precipitation and.temperature

  3. captainfish says:

    I believe that you are only half correct there Johnny. Temperature determines how much moisture air can hold. The warmer temp does not necessarily mean we get more snow, thus we would be getting snow storms in July.

    We get snow storms, in part, due to the moisture in the air, AND because of the cold air mass FORCING that moisture out because colder air can not hold as much moisture as warmer air. see lake effect snow.

    Thus, you can have more snow, with plunging temps, keeping moisture at the same percentage.

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