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Mankind Not Causing West Antarctic Glaciers To Collapse

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    Mankind Not Causing West Antarctic Glaciers To Collapse

    Despite hype by environmentalists and many media outlets, the slow collapse of major glaciers in western Antarctica is nothing new, according to scientists. The warming and cooling in the South Pole is well in line with historical trends dating back thousands of years.

    The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has released two major studies in the last year that have shed light on western Antarctic collapsing glaciers — both of which show that the thinning sea ice in the western south pole is nothing new.

    A BAS study released in February found that 8,000 years ago Antarctica’s Pine Island glacier thinned just as fast[​IMG] as it has in recent decades. This happened thousands of years before the Industrial Revolution, which scientists and environmentalists blame for releasing massive amounts of carbon dioxide emissions that have warmed the atmosphere.


    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/05/28/m...antarctic-glaciers-to-collapse/#ixzz334EV7zyr
    I Knew Al Gore was a Crock of shit
     
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    But .... but ....
     
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    But But,,Crap! AL GORE IS STILL A LIAR!
     
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