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What The Weather Channel Doesn’t Want You To Know About Glaciers

By Paul Homewood | Not A Lot Of People Know That | December 7, 2016


At the bottom of that rather flawed article from the Weather Channel is a series of photos of glaciers, all designed to suggest that they have been melting rapidly because of your SUV.

For instance, Alaska’s Muir Glacier:



For some reason, they forgot to mention what the USGS had to say about the Muir in 2001:

The glacier that filled Glacier Bay during the Little Ice Age began its retreat from the mouth of the bay more than 200 years ago and has exposed a magnificent fjord system about 100 km long. The massive glacier retreated past Sitakaday Narrows ~190 years ago, retreated past Whidbey Passage ~160 years ago, and reached the upper end of the main bay by 1860 (~140 years ago).


Perhaps Ms Parker would care to apologise on behalf of the Weather Channel for deliberately misleading Americans.

And maybe in future, if she wants to do some fact checking, she should give me a ring.

December 7, 2016 - Posted by | Deception, Mainstream Media, Warmongering, Science and Pseudo-Science

1 Comment »

  1. There’s something damned weird going on in the skies. Two days ago, looked up to see a series of five chevrons, almost perfectly in line, several hundred yards across, probably about a mile long. This ‘cloud’ would move forward, stop, move, stop and move. Did this four times before it started breaking up.
    Not sure what it was, but pretty sure it wasn’t natural.

    To that add the strange geometric shapes and the odd ‘hole in the sky’ cloud that has blue sky in the hole, with thin wispy clouds all around.


    Comment by Greg Bacon | December 8, 2016 | Reply

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