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Study: Parts of the Antarctic ice cap are growing, not shrinking


Thwaites Ice Shelf
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Researchers from Cambridge University, Newcastle University, and New Zealand’s University of Canterbury are certain to send off alarm bells in the man-made global warming industrial complex (MMGWIC).

One of the big fears being promoted by the MMGWIC is that if we don’t stop man-made global warming is that all the coastal cities will simply be washed away by the rising oceans.

So it was particularly disturbing when this group of scientists stated that between 2003/4 to 2019, the ice pack on the western side of the Antarctic has actually been increasing. Growing. The Western Antarctic has about 1,400 km of shoreline.

And this isn’t even the first time this has been reported. Back in 2015, NASA reported the exact same thing was happening. Though the ice pack on the eastern side of the Antarctic was shrinking, the ice pack on the western side was growing.

In fact, the west’s growth was faster than the eastern, so overall the Antarctic ice pack was growing, not shrinking. READ: NASA Study: Mass gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet greater than losses: NASA

Now, admittedly, I don’t have a Ph.D. in thermodynamics. But I am left with this question if warming was melting the ice on the eastern side, what could possibly be causing the ice to grow on the western side of the Antarctic?

READ: Some Antarctic ice shelves have GROWN in the last 20 years despite global warming, study finds Some Antarctic ice shelves have GROWN in the last 20 years despite global warming, study finds

Could volcanos beneath the icecaps be responsible for the melt?

The scientists spent most of their time trying to figure out why the ice pack was growing on the western side. But maybe they are asking the wrong question. Instead of trying to explain why the Western side is growing in the midst of global warming, maybe they should be asking are there natural forces at work that could be causing the melt on the Eastern side?

Is it a coincidence, that there are volcanos under the eastern Antarctic? Is it possible heat that can turn rock into molten lave could possibly melt ice? READ: Shock as scientists discover 91 volcanoes beneath Antarctica AND Hidden Volcanoes Melt Antarctic Glaciers from Below

Some are even suggesting volcanic activity is contributing to the ice melt in the Arctic. READVolcanoes Erupt Beneath Arctic Ice AND (published in 2017): Volcanic Eruptions May Be Rapidly Melting Arctic Ice Sheets, Study Says

Old Physics formula

Of course, left-wing politicians including the UN are handing out billions of dollars in grants to study global warming. [READ: The trillion dollar climate finance challenge (and opportunity)]

And though, I don’t have a Ph.D. in mathematics, there is an old mathematical formula that I have always lived by:

He who pays the piper, calls the tune.

RELATED FROM JUNE 2014: Global warming computer models confounded as Antarctic sea ice hits new record high with 2.1million square miles more than usual for this time of year: Daily Mail

The end times apocalypse will include volcanos

Of course, I would be remiss if I did not include the Prophet Joel’s warning of increased volcanic activity in the days leading up to Christ’s second coming.

I will display wonders in the sky and on the earth,
Blood, fire, and columns of smoke. The sun will be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood, Before the great and awesome day of the Lord comes.
(Joel 2:30-31 NASV)

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