This video will answer questions some of you had about what is really going on in Antarctica…
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A new study suggests temperatures across Antarctica have been falling for the last 1,600 years. This natural climate change would have been a threat to baby penguins, forcing them to walk much further across sea-ice for food. (Looks like it was even worse for polar bears ). The cooling trend would have threatened inland lakes, shortened summer breeding periods, affected seal behaviour, extended glaciers over important habitats, and destroyed rare tundra. It may have contributed to the death of a man called Scott. If man-made climate change warmed Antarctica we need to burn more oil.
Any recent weak “man-made” warming trend would have slightly reversed this destructive slide — restoring the continent back to levels last seen in 1400AD. Though, given that the models are wrong about everything, including Antarctic warming, maybe not.
These trends are not what the Climate Models predicted for Antarctica. The slight recent warming trend is too small. (Polar Amplification, anyone?)
As we’ve pointed out, the supervolcano phenomenon is hardly unique to Yellowstone National Park, where a long dormant volcano with the potential to cause a devastating eruption has been rumbling since mid-summer, making some scientists uneasy.
Surprisingly active supervolcanos have been documented in Italy, North Korea and, now, Antarctica after scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have found new evidence to support a theory that the breakup of Antarctic ice may be caused in part by a massive geothermal heat source, with output close to the scale of Yellowstone National Park.
Of course, if accurate, this theory would help rebut the notion that man-made climate change is in part responsible for the melting ice, Russia Today reports.
A geothermal heat source called a mantle plume, a hot stream of subterranean molten rock that rises through the Earth’s crust, may explain the breathing effect visible on Antarctica’s Marie Byrd Land and elsewhere along the massive ice sheet.
While the mantle plume is not a new discovery, the recent research indicates it may explain why the ice sheet collapsed in a previous era of rapid climate change 11,000 years ago, and why the sheet is breaking up so quickly now.
“I thought it was crazy. I didn’t see how we could have that amount of heat and still have ice on top of it,” said Hélène Seroussi of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Seroussi and Erik Ivins of JPL used the Ice Sheet System Model (ISSM), a mathematical depiction of the physics of ice sheets developed by scientists at JPL and the University of California, Irvine. Seroussi then tweaked the ISSM to hunt for natural heat sources as well as meltwater deposits.
On a chilly winter day in 1929, Halil Edhem, the Director of Turkey’s National Museum, was hunched over his solitary task of classifying documents. He pulled towards him a map drawn on Roe deer skin. As Halil opened the chart to its full dimensions (two feet by three feet wide or 60 X 90 cm) he was surprised by how much of the New World was depicted on a map which dated from 1513.
The document was the legacy of a pirate turned Turkish Admiral, Piri Reis (circa 1470-1554). He was born in Gallipoli, a naval base on the Marmara Sea and was the nephew of Kemal Reis, a pirate who had reinvented himself as a Turkish Admiral adventurer who had made his name in naval warfare. At the time, the distinction between pirate and Admiral was more flexible than might be expected from looking back through a Hollywood lens.
H/t reader kevin a.
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A NEW Nasa study of the Antarctic from space has thrown the case for climate change into disarray after finding that more NEW new ice has formed at the Antarctic than has been lost to its thinning glaciers.
The US space agency research claims an increase in Antarctic snow accumulation that began 10,000 years ago is “currently adding enough ice to the continent to outweigh the increased losses from melting glaciers.
Global warming theories have been thrown into doubt after Nasa also claimed current horror predictions into future sea-level rises may not be as severe.
36,000 penguins, and only two chicks survived
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Well, I’ve been told that the Nazis left their fortress in Antarctica and now our governments are examining what they have left behind.
And why should Admiral Byrd have informed the U.S. government to prepare to fight a technologically advanced enemy???
BEFORE the Nazis left special forces from all over the planet were guarding a certain area, with the soldiers not knowing what they were exactly doing there, except for walking around a given route, that they were instructed not to deviate one bit. Those soldiers got extremely bored with their mission.
A German (of all people) special forces soldier disobeyed orders and went into the area that was totally off limits.
An UFO, actually a Haunebu with clearly visible Nazi insignia, landed right in front of him and a soldier in Nazi uniform told him that his deviation from the normal route has been noticed and that ‘THEY’ will be here shortly, but he offered him protection and that he could come with him and live as a free man, except that he will not be able to ever go back again.
The soldier thanked him for his offer, but refused and probably regretted his decision very soon thereafter, because they tortured him.
There is much more to this story and it is significant for the future, but I will end it here.
If you could read this German book and put a good dose of logic to it and join the dots, you will understand what I mean:
As a side note:
I am fully aware that Adolf Hitler was a Rothschild puppet, even a Rothschild himself.
So no, I am not sympathizing with Nazi ideologies.
We are still, or should I say more than ever, on our own:
H/t reader I. G.
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Image: Google Maps, 81°57’41.15″W 79°58’38.32″S
There are secrets in Antarctica. You can sense them from thousands of miles away.
And they are starting to come out.
A giant crack in the ice has freed an iceberg the size of a small U.S. state, and it will ignite the climate change/global warming debate; but this change will also offer unique perspective on the geological history that has never before been known. Ice is accumulating rapidly in one part of the continent, but melting in the other. According to Live Science:
Mysterious ‘Crater’ in Antarctica Has Ominous Cause:
A “crater” in Antarctica once thought to be the work of a meteorite impact is actually the result of ice melt, new research finds.
H/t reader kevin a.
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250 millibar wind jet stream crossed from Northern Hemisphere to the Southern Hemisphere and joined that flow for two days, literally pole to pole wind flow over the equator. Strange anomalies in the stratospheric zonal flow as well. Will this move the Hadley Cell more north greening the deserts of Africa and usher in a drought in Europe?
14 June 2016 – In Vostok, temperature of -80.3 degrees was recorded.
Coldest since observations began. Meteonovosti.ru
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Antarctica is overall accumulating ice.
An increase in Antarctic snow accumulation is adding enough ice to outweigh the increased losses from the continent’s thinning glaciers, says this article on phys.org.
“Extra snowfall that began 10,000 years ago has been slowly accumulating on the ice sheet and compacting into solid ice over millennia,” the article continues.