Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Arctic Ice Volume Rate the highest ever seen on Earth

I just love that headline.  Because their concept of 'ever' is since 1980.  It's like the warmie concept of 'unprecedented'. 

The wobbly ice volume curve is now the steepest 'ever', or since 1980, if you look at other curves.  It will dive into the pack of history in December, and rise to the top in January.  No media will report this. 

This is fun.

We are talking 'dirt against the ocean'.  Has the dirt ever won?  Most likely it is receding at a constant rate, since grinding ice is not kind to dirt.  But all this was written by English Majors.  Such a nice article.


Penny said...

The cliffs are sandstone for goodness sakes!

Of course they are crumbling as the water does, what it does

Sandstone is a classic sedimentary rock composed mainly of sand-sized (0.0625 to 2 mm) mineral particles or rock fragment

Rock formations that are primarily composed of sandstone usually allow the percolation of water

so it's sand. period.

by the way

the coastline paradox - very hard to actually define the coastline which is why the warmies use it to sell their perception management

Penny said...

btw: we got snow yesterday and we still have it today
I nice dusting of it. making the lawns all white
and it's cold!