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More Settled Science: Wrong about Ice Melt in Greenland, Sea-Rise

suyts Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 11:05 AM
Well, there have been numerous studies of ice melt. All of them are in contradiction to one another. But, we do have a proxy for ice melt and it's rate. We like to call it "sea level". The rate of rise in sea level, even according to the data manipulators and data set conflating, is decreasing, not increasing. When you confine your reading to only the papers which conform to your beliefs, then you are exercising willful ignorance. Zwally et al put the ice melt on Greenland much lower. By most estimates, the sea level has been rising since the last ice age at about 2 mm/yr. Jason II reports a rate of rise of 1.16 mm/yr. Uhm.... that's not accelerating. Try again, Sparky.

New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences tends to now show that ice melt estimates previously calculated for Greenland have not significantly accelerated- as has been previously postulated- nor has the melt contributed in a meaningful way to the rise of sea levels.

Recently, much of the destruction on the east coast as a consequence of Super-Mega-Hurricane Sandy Gore was blamed on the rise in sea-levels, which have been blamed on…drum roll…global warming.

The newest revelation, amongst many in the last several years that have muffled the global warming chants of  “settled science, settled...