Times Atlas Vs. NASA

The Times Atlas got in trouble last year for publishing this bogus map of Greenland.

It turns out that they showed far too much ice. Recent maps from NASA indicate that all of the ice has melted.

NASA reports strange, sudden massive ice melt in Greenland

Published: Tuesday, July 24, 2012


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3 Responses to Times Atlas Vs. NASA

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven.

    Unfortunately, we cannot trust anything government-supported scientists report, . . .

    Until leaders of the scientific community and world leaders address unambiguous evidence that government funds were used to manipulate and/or hide experimental data and observations that falsified government-backed models of energy stored in the “cores of atoms and stars”:

    1. The AGW (anthropologic global warming) model of CO2-induced global warming [1,2]
    _ _http://tinyurl.com/yhyhn77; http://tinyurl.com/bmmbf2u

    2. Hideki Yukawa’s model of the “cores of atoms” [3,4]

    3. Fred Hoyle’s model of the “cores of stars” [5-7]


    [1] Robert Rohde, et al. for the Novim Group, “A new estimate of the average Earth surface land temperature spanning 1753-2011”, Journal of Geophysical Research (submitted July 2012) http://berkeleyearth.org/pdf/results-paper-july-8.pdf

    [2] Vaclav Klaus, Blue Planet in Green Shackles (Competitive Enterprise Institute, first edition (2007) http://tinyurl.com/5z4j6g

    [3] Hideki Yukawa, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (1946); Introduction to the Theory of Elementary Particles (1948) http://www.nndb.com/people/759/000099462

    [4] Oliver K. Manuel, “Neutron repulsion,” The Apeiron Journal 19, 123-150 (2012) http://tinyurl.com/7t5ojrn

    [5] Fred Hoyle, “The chemical composition of the stars,” Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society 106, 255-59 (1946); The synthesis of the elements from hydrogen,” ibid. 106, 343-83 (1946)

    [6] Fred Hoyle, Home Is Where the Wind Blows: Chapters from a Cosmologist’s Life (University Science Books, 1994, 441 pages], pages 153-154

    [7] CSPAN recording of NASA releasing data in 1998 that were collected in 1995:

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  2. MFKBoulder says:

    when do you learn to distinguish between surface melt (in large parts of the snow cover) and the melt of the ice shed.
    I guess this will be on the 32nd Foolbuary next year.

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