West Antarctic Ice Loss Has Been Occurring For Centuries

The Ross Ice Shelf retreated 30 miles before 1932. It has nothing to do with CO2

By820K5CMAAHZ6S (1)

21 Jul 1932 – A Warmer World.

21 July 1932
“SOME great world change is taking place on the Antarctic Continent. Its glaciers are shrinking. Commander L.A. Bernacchi, who visited the South Polar land 30 years ago, says that the Great Ice Barrier which fronts the continent with a wall of ice for 250 miles has receded at least 30 miles since it was first seen and surveyed. Sir James Ross, who went out on the earliest Antarctic expedition of the nineteenth century, and those who fol lowed him, left clear descriptions of this tremendous ice frontage and its position. It was a cliff 150ft. high and 1000ft. thick. But now it appears to be continuing its century-long process of shrinking; and that process may have been going on for centuries.

As usual, climate experts are lying about it, like they do about everything else.

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Research casts alarming light on decline of West Antarctic glaciers – The Washington Post

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14 Responses to West Antarctic Ice Loss Has Been Occurring For Centuries

  1. Not sure if it matters. I just learned that the figures of 69 gigatons or 83 gigatons or whatever they say of ice melt that we commonly hear from the alarmists mean nothing when we learn (and they never tell anybody) that Antarctica has 29 million gigatons of ice.

    69 out of 29,000,000?

  2. mjc says:

    And something else that isn’t mentioned when talking about ice melt, but the same patterns of gravitational anomalies that are so indicative of melting ice in the Antarctic are the same ones that show up in every other volcanic area…and the areas in the Antarctic that they are so concerned about are also the most geothermally active areas. So unless Hawaii is the result of melted ice, what they are detecting is not melt, but rather the underlying geothermal activity.

  3. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    CO2 is really scaring. See all those scentists that have lost all memory and dont bother to find it either. That’s why they say it is worse than ever. Ever was last year.

  4. Billy Liar says:

    But, but, but … we’re talking about Eric Rignot’s pension plan here.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    It looks to me, that as we approach the SH summer solstice, that the greater part of the Southern Ocean around Antarctica is very, very cold. So much for the NCDC/NOAA “hottest year evah.”

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