- From: Cliff <Clhuprich@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Sep 2005 21:39:41 -0400
On 3 Sep 2005 17:08:12 GMT, D Murphy <spamto154@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Cliff <Clhuprich@xxxxxxx> wrote in news:1vtih1tbqjrvlljt58lk950jaa0b19rsug@
>>>-- likely a
>>>delayed effect of the pre-1940 warming.
>> Gee .. it STOPPED getting warmer but the melting INCREASED
>So it's warmer but they just can't see it on the thermometer?
Surface level CO2 is not a green house gas to speak of.
Nor do you get much solar warming at the poles.
But find the actual data first <VBG>:
>Oh wait. You say it's warmer in the summer. Ooops guess not.
Clue: The RED line is summer.
>Could it be that the water is getting warmer causing the ice shelves to
Yep. That global warming stuff heats it up ..... what did you
think was keeping it so cool?
The oceans are a huge heat sink .... and water expands as it
gets warmer too.
But trace the currents & compare them to the melting .....