GISS : Glaciers Grow When It Is Warm, And Melt When It Is Cold

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1906 : Glaciers melting during some of Hansen’s coldest years ever

26 May 1906

The latest report includes 90 glaciers in the Swiss Alps, in Norway, Greenland, the Caucasus, the Pamir, the North West United States, Western Canada. and Africa, and practically all are growing smaller.

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1963 : Glaciers growing during Hansen’s warmest years to date

18 July 1963

OSLO (A.A.P.-Reuter). ~ Norway’s glaciers are in the process of becoming thicker again after a period of 200 years of gradually melting down, according to glaciologist, Mr. Olav Liestol.

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18 Jul 1963 – Glaciers Grow In Norway

The relationship between glacial ice and Hansen’s temperatures was first explained by Sir Walter Scott over 200 years ago.

“Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to device.”

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6 Responses to GISS : Glaciers Grow When It Is Warm, And Melt When It Is Cold

  1. shazaam says:

    Ya just gotta love how the 1930’s heat was adjusted below the mean. An act that is fraudulent at best.

    CAGW, brought to you by a consensus of criminally incompetent climate scientists.

  2. phodges says:

    Well how many warmists have we seen on here arguing that advancing glaciers were a sign of “warming” and “mass loss”???

  3. Brad says:

    Who was this Olav Liestol? Where is his proof of making such wild ass claims. πŸ™‚

  4. miked1947 says:

    I am disappointed! Bringing fact into a discussion about The make believe claims of PIOMAS, NSIDC, CT and others. πŸ˜‰

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