Global Warming Is Totally Melting Antarctica From Below Or Something

They’re just making it up in contradiction to reality at this point

Global warming is melting Antarctic ice from below

We all know intuitively that in a warmer world there will be less ice. And, since the North and South Pole regions contain lots of ice, anyone who wants to see evidence of climate change can look there. (snip)

With global warming, both of the poles are warming quite quickly, and this warming is causing ice to melt in both regions. When we think of ice melting, we may think of it melting from above, as the ice is heated from the air, from sunlight, or from infrared energy from the atmosphere. But in truth, a lot of the melting comes from below. For instance, in the Antarctic, the ice shelves extend from the land out over the water. The bottom of the ice shelf is exposed to the ocean. If the ocean warms up, it can melt the underside of the shelf and cause it to thin or break off into the ocean.

A new study, recently published in Science Advances, looked at these issues. One of the goals of this study was to better understand whether and how the waters underneath the shelf are changing. They had to deal with the buoyancy of the waters. We know that the saltier and colder water is, the denser it is.

This was the same UK Guardian August of last year

Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet
This is in addition to 47 already known about and eruption would melt more ice in region affected by climate change

Of course, they still had to throw in ‘climate change’ scam garbage.

Volcano ‘as powerful as Yellowstone’ MELTS ice beneath Antarctica
A GIGANTIC volcano which could be as powerful as the dreaded Yellowstone is melting Antarctic ice from beneath the surface, Nasa scientists have revealed.

I could keep throwing these links out, but, Warmists wouldn’t care. They’re stuck in their little cult world. One last one from 2014

Surprise, West Antarctic volcano melts ice

Who would have thought? Antarctic volcanoes are hot after all.  Having a volcano under an icesheet makes a difference, and some of the sea level rise blamed on CO2 is more likely to be because 1,000 °C lava is not far from sub-zero ice. Right now, according to scientist Dustin Schroeder and co,  it is as if the Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctic is sitting on a “stovetop burner”.[1]

Only last week I wondered if West Antarctic volcanoes had something to do with the Antarctic warming and pointed out this strange coincidence below where almost all the warming seems to occur over the volcanic area which is part of the hot “Pacific rim of fire”. I also wondered why some parts of the media don’t seem to mention the volcanoes. Wait and see if this story gets picked up. So far, Fox, and Business Insider have it.

One day this scam will be over.

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3 Responses to “Global Warming Is Totally Melting Antarctica From Below Or Something”

  1. Zachriel says:

    Funny.

    William Teach: Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet …Of course, they still had to throw in ‘climate change’ scam garbage.

    William Teach: {Notorious warmists, NASA} Volcano ‘as powerful as Yellowstone’ MELTS ice beneath Antarctica … I could keep throwing these links out, but, Warmists wouldn’t care.

    Clearly, warmists do care about volcanic activity in Antarctica. Turns out that climate change is due to natural as well as human-caused effects.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      CAGW, kiddiez, it’s all about the CAGW!

      Or are you kiddiez backing off that unfounded claim?

    • drowningpuppies says:

      But then there is this, kiddiez.

      Hardly, but rather based on the basic physics of heat flow. Start with this basic fact: The Earth can only gain or lose heat radiatively.
      #2.3.1 Zachriel on 2018-02-11 10:24 (Reply)

      Ready to back off that absurd statement too, kiddiez?

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