Antarctica – NOT


Greenhouse Bullcrap

 Here is a paper on Antarctic sea ice extent from people who were not paid millions of dollars to go down there and find “Global Warming” on the Antarctic Penninslar!

Can natural variability explain observed Antarctic sea ice trends? New modeling evidence from CMIP5†
Lorenzo M. Polvani1,2, Karen L. Smith2,* DOI: 10.1002/grl.50578
©2013 American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved.

Keywords:Antarctic sea ice;Global climate models;Natural variability;Sea ice trends


~scienceSmall[1] The recent observed positive trends in total Antarctic sea ice extent are at odds with the expectation of melting sea ice in a warming world. More problematic yet, climate models indicate that sea ice should decrease around Antarctica in response to both increasing greenhouse gases and stratospheric ozone depletion. The resolution of this puzzle, we suggest, may lie in the large natural variability of the coupled atmosphere–ocean-sea-ice system. Contrasting forced and control integrations from four state-of-the-art models, we show…

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EPA Announces Formation of Technical Working Group to Review Ocean Acidification


well its about time do or die


As first reported by Amena Saiyid over at BNA, EPA announced this week that it plans to establish a technical working group to begin reviewing the causes of ocean acidification, as announced in a letter from EPA’s Nancy Stoner, Acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Water, to the Center for Biological Diversity in response to a request for EPA to establish new water quality criteria.  Now, some may take a dim view of this development, given the political rancor over climate change, but I think the decision is timely and well founded.

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Video: Mexican volcano erupts


read your book of revelation it mentions volcanos an such

Global News

Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano erupted again early Monday morning, sending rock fragments over a kilometre away from the crater.

Popocatepetl, located 55 kms east of Mexico City, is one of Mexico’s most active volcanoes. It is also the second highest volcano in North America standing at 5,465 metres. Its name comes from the Aztec word for smoking mountain. About 30 eruptions of this volcano have been recorded over time.

The volcano has been very active over the past few weeks.

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