Greenland Melting, Not So Fast


THE SCIENCE IS NOT COMPLETE. That’s all I’m saying. We are about to change our entire way of life for an undecided science, the science of “global warming,” now known by the generic, difficult to dispute, “climate change.”

The media often promotes fears of Greenland’s ice melting with a subsequent catastrophic rise in the sea levels. This appears to be in conflict with the latest scientific studies, though National Geographic insists the ice is indeed melting, but at a much slower rate than previously thought. Read here: EPW and here: National Geographic

Journal Science is about to publish a 17 years study of Greenland’s ice sheet that contradicts global warming hysteria. The paper’s conclusion is that the melting is a normal summer event, and when looked at for a longer period of time, there has been little change in the region’s ice sheets, and even possibly a slowing of the glacial movement. Read here: Nature

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Ivar Giaever resigned as a Fellow from the American Physical Society Tuesday, condemning the group’s official stand on global warming.

In 2007, the APS adopted an official statement that emissions of greenhouse gases from human activities were changing the atmosphere in ways that affected the Earth’s climate

“The evidence is incontrovertible: Global warming is occurring,” the APS stated. “If no mitigating actions are taken, significant disruptions in the Earth’s physical and ecological systems, social systems, security and human health are likely to occur. We must reduce emissions of greenhouse gases beginning now.”

Giaever, an 82-year-old Norwegian, sent an e-mail to APS official Kate Kirby announcing his abrupt resignation. He said he “cannot live with the statement” on global warming, and said that global temperature had been “amazingly stable.” Read here: Nobel scientist quits over global warming

Now thousands, 31,000, scientific experts have signed a petition claiming that greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane are actually beneficial for the environment.. Read here: Telegraph