More Spectacular Lies From NASA About Greenland

NASA claims that Zachariae Isstrom glacier is “collapsing.”

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Collapsing Greenland glacier could raise sea levels by half a metre, say scientists | Environment | The Guardian

Only problem is, NASA satellite photos show that the glacier is growing, not shrinking

Zachariae2013-2015

2015 : EOSDIS Worldview
2014 : EOSDIS Worldview
2013 : EOSDIS Worldview

The other large glaciers of northern Greenland are also growing.

Petermann Glacier

petermann2013-2015

Ryder Glacier

RyderGlacier2013-2014-2015

In 1939, scientists also said that this glacier was collapsing, along with all the other glaciers in Eastern Greenland, and Norway.

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17 Dec 1939, Page 15 – at Newspapers.com

Even if the glacier was melting at the rate they claim (4.5 billion tons per year) that would raise sea level only about half an inch over the next century, not half a metre.

The level of fraud on display from NASA ahead of Paris is off scale.

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20 Responses to More Spectacular Lies From NASA About Greenland

  1. eliza says:

    This puts the vampire stake into what is left of MS LOL *martin

  2. eliza says:

    Wondering if you might considering putting everything onto one site or do a redirection? to the other site

  3. gator69 says:

    To the north of Zachariae Isstrom, the scientists studied a second large glacier called Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden. Together, the two glaciers drain a region of nearly 200,000 sq km, amounting to 12% of the Greenland ice sheet. Were both to melt, they would contribute a full metre to global sea levels.

    And if my aunt had a d!ck she would be my uncle.

  4. eliza says:

    OT but Trump has surged to 47% in polls the idiots think it was the last debate NO NO it was the ISIS attacks the only one SURE to really deal with this problem forever.

    • wizzum says:

      Eliza the poll was a 5 day rolling poll so the ISIS attack would have had a limited effect on the poll results.
      I think he did it all on his own

    • Gail Combs says:

      This is interesting:
      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/11/poll-trump-gets-hispanic-support-romney-2012/

      A new poll of 2,000 citizens shows that Donald Trump’s immigration stance has more support among Hispanic Americans than Gov. Mitt Romney won in 2012, even after the pollsters reminded respondents of Trump’s most controversial statements on immigration.

      ….A June 2014 poll funded by Facebook showed that 78 percent of Hispanics favored “substantially increasing” security at the U.S.-Mexican border, 77 percent want companies to check their employees’ work eligibility and 76 percent want the government to identify people who overstay their visas…..

      The new YouGov poll also asked which GOP candidate can best handle the immigration issue.

      The result showed that Trump’s emphasis on repatriation for illegals and jobs for Americans was favored by 2:1 or 3:1 over the establishment’s preference for amnesty for illegals, jobs for foreign labor, and lower-wages for Americans.

      On immigration, Trump was backed by 49 percent of Republicans, 15 percent of Democrats, 28 percent of independents and 26 percent of moderates….

      Especially if you look at what the 2010 Blair-Rockefeller Poll said:

      2012 Battlefield

      Overall, the results of this survey indicate that the traditional base of support among older voters that Democrats have relied upon since the partisan realignment following the New Deal continues to weaken. While older voters continue to vote in high percentages, compared to younger cohorts, clear support for the Democratic Party is confined largely to African Americans. While older Hispanics generally favored the Democratic Party, they showed substantial willingness to vote for Republican Senatorial candidates in the 2010 midterm election. Further, the traditional Democratic support among older Caucasians continues to decline, particularly among older Caucasians living in the South. If these trends continue, the 2012 presidential election will require the Democratic Party to continue to bring young, and often unreliable, voters to the polls. Further, the Democratic Party must continue to make inroads into the growing Latino/Hispanic population. If the GOP is able to maintain its grip on older voters in the South, that tend to not only vote at high rates, but are also overwhelmingly conservative, Republican and willing to support GOP candidates the Democratic presidential campaign strategy will be forced to continue building winning coalitions without the assistance of most of the southern states. With growing populations and over one-third of the Electoral College votes needed to win the Electoral College, losing support among the elderly is an important trend that scholars must continue to monitor…..
      http://blairrockefellerpoll.uark.edu/5292.php

      • … Donald Trump’s immigration stance has more support among Hispanic Americans …

        Heh. A Progressive curse. The Left invented the “Hispanic” nation and invested so much capital into it. And now some “Hispanics” refuse to be lumped together with other “Hispanics”. Just bad luck.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Colorado,
          The progressives are used to dealing with the naive American Blacks who swallow the BS the Progressives shovel hook, line and sinker. Fredrick Douglas would be horrified to hear todays black kids turning up their noses and saying learning to read and write is too ‘White’

          The “Hispanics” on the other hand are escaping from the hellholes created by the Left in their countries. They know what it is by the smell and are not stupid enough to fall for it a second time.

        • Now you got it all confused again. They want to learn but good reading and writing. Not racist like they do at Dartmouth college. Reading that matters.

  5. ntesdorf says:

    Goebbels would of these followers of the art of propaganda at NASA.

  6. john says:

    In this time lapse movie of the melting Arctic
    TimeLapse: Watch 27 Years of ‘Old’ Arctic Ice Mel…: http://youtu.be/BZovcCxftAY
    it looks like a warm stream of water is pouring into the Arctic between Alaska and Russia to melt more and more ice. The times of greatest melting coincide with the release of tremendous amounts of heat from the monster earthquakes along the western Pacific rim. According to the textbook geology, the big 2004 earthquake released enough heat to melt all of the Arctic sea ice. The north equatorial current flows right by Indonesia where the earthquake occured. How could there not be a tremendous melting of Arctic sea ice when the current takes much of the heat directly to the Arctic? Why is this high school science never mentioned amidst all of the settled science? There is a similar melting after the big earthquake in Japan. The US gets much of it’s weather after it passes over the north equatorial current so one might expect to see a similar effect on US temperature. There are two huge spikes on the US temperature graph after those two earthquakes. Seeing that it would be very hard for the scientists to not notice such an obvious connection it seems pretty obvious that the scientists are playing games with everybody’s heads with this global warming agenda.
    More warming found here: The Physical remains of Sodom and Gomorrah – Part…: http://youtu.be/1dkoSJt6xfY

  7. vorlath says:

    Here are some links a friend shared on facebook. I had a good laugh. Cool video. But still laughable at what they’re claiming.

    http://www.upworthy.com/the-longest-and-probably-largest-proof-of-our-current-climate-catastrophe-ever-caught-on-camera?c=ufb3

    The link at the end of the article was laughable too.

    http://www.dw.com/en/polar-ice-sheets-melting-faster-than-ever/a-16432199

  8. 4TimesAYear says:

    Reblogged this on 4timesayear's Blog.

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