In our never-ending series of debunking climate lies, here is a big one. All the ice everywhere in the world is melting leading to catastrophic ocean level rise. Most of the ice is in Antarctica and on Greenland and other parts of the Arctic. In neither area is there any substantial ice loss. In fact this recent piece of research shows that ice has actually increased in Antarctica. Won’t read about it in the mainstream media, too busy pimping terror about routine calving of Antarctica’s ocean ice shelves. But the truth is that, as been the case for thousands of years, some parts of Antarctica lose ice and some gain ice. These researchers found that from 2009 to 2019, Antarctica gained over 5000 square kilometers of ice, and over 660 gigatons of ice mass. So if someone tells you we are doomed by a catastrophic sea level rise, tell them that is pure BS. (EGU Study)
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The Healthy Skeptic is a website about the health care system, and is written by Kevin Roche, who has many years of experience working in the health industry. Mr. Roche is available to assist health care companies through consulting arrangements through Roche Consulting, LLC and may be reached at [email protected].
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