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Thursday, April 09, 2015

This should explain it Severe Arctic Global Warning

Here is an article on Global warming you might find interesting. 

The Washington Post 

The Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing more scarce and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot, according to a report to the Commerce Department yesterday from Consulafft, at Bergen, Norway. 

Reports from fishermen, seal hunters and explorers all point to a radical change in climate conditions and hitherto unheard-of temperatures in the Arctic zone. Exploration expeditions report that scarcely any ice has been met as far north as 81 degrees 29 minutes. Soundings to a depth of 3,100 meters showed the gulf stream was still very warm.
Great masses of ice have been replaced by moraines of earth and stones, the report continued, while at many points well known glaciers have entirely disappeared.

Very few seals and no white fish are found in the eastern Arctic, while vast shoals of herring and smelts which have never before ventured so far north, are being encountered in the old seal fishing grounds.

Within a few years it is predicted that due to the ice melt the sea will rise and make most coastal cities uninhabitable.

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Note:  I must apologize that I neglected to mention that this report was from November 2, 1922, And that it was reported by the AP and published in The Washington Post - 93 years ago.


Anonymous said...

ha ha ha ha ha you dumb Goreites

Steve said...

And right now, the Antarctic ice is near record levels!

Besides, isn't ice less dense than water? When the ice in my glass melts, the water level goes down.

Why does it rise in Al Gore's glass?

Please, everyone, try this experiment and then tell me melting ice makes water levels rise!

Anonymous said...

Gore...another undeserving Nobel prize winner.
What an idiot. The inventor of the Internet!!

Anonymous said...

10:28 The ice in the Antarctic is on land, so if it melts it will raise the water level.