Today's alarmism

Still there?

Still there?

The editors of some news outlets still haven’t read the CRU Files, so don’t yet realise that alarmists massage data to fit their pre-conceived catastrophist agenda, and (bless) still believe every press release they read:

“Crumbling icesheets could add 5m to sea levels”

THE East Antarctic icesheet, once seen as largely unaffected by global warming, has lost billions of tonnes of ice since 2006 and could boost sea levels in the future, according to a new study.

Published yesterday in Nature Geoscience, the same study shows that the smaller but less stable West Antarctic icesheet is also shedding significant mass.

Scientists worry that rising global temperatures could trigger a rapid disintegration of West Antarctica, which holds enough frozen water to push up the global ocean watermark by about five metres.

In 2007 the UN Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) predicted sea levels would rise 18 to 59cm by 2100, but this estimate did not factor in the potential impact of crumbling icesheets in Greenland and Antarctica. (source)

Sorry, your credibility is shot to pieces. We trust you even less than we did before last Friday…

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