Claim: Greenland Ice Melt “worse than previously thought”

How the “climate change” activist movement works:
A scientific paper “proving” global warming is found and exploited in the mass media.
The ‘masses’ believe every word.

How we “deniers” work:
Closely look at claimed catastrophic ice loss and sea-level increases.
Find evidence of exaggerated, incorrect, unscientific attempts that invalidate the claims.
The truth is distributed throughout the already-aware section of the public and critically viewed and discussed.
The mass media, devoid of investigative powers due to hierarchy controls, continue to publish “scientific” garbage.
The masses remain unaware and continue to support the scientifically unsupportable, political agenda that is deliberately crippling our economies and independence.
All is far from well in our society!

Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by JohnA

Yes, it’s been a while because frankly, it’s difficult for me to keep following eco-Armageddon when I keep falling asleep or doing other stuff like living and working.

But then this popped up:

This leads to the original paper with the catchy title “Geodetic measurements reveal similarities between post–Last Glacial Maximum and present-day mass loss from the Greenland ice sheet” by Khan et al

The abstract goes (stay awake at the back!) like this

Accurate quantification of the millennial-scale mass balance of the Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) and its contribution to global sea-level rise remain challenging because of sparse in situ observations in key regions. Glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) is the ongoing response of the solid Earth to ice and ocean load changes occurring since the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM; ~21 thousand years ago) and may be used to constrain the GrIS deglaciation history. We…

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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3 Responses to Claim: Greenland Ice Melt “worse than previously thought”

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Thank you, Brian and Ken, for this information. Society now faces a major decision. Shall we:

    1. Accept reality, as revealed by precise measurements and observations on mass (m) and energy (E) by Albert Einstein in 1905 and Francis William Aston in 1922, or

    2. Be enslaved by Carl von Weizsacker’s (1935) and Hans Bethe’s (1936) false model of nuclear binding energy that hid neutron repulsion, the source of energy that powers the Sun and the cosmos?

    There is no third option. Reality vs. Enslavement is the issue in the AGW debate.

  2. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    A seemingly minor error in logic has isolated humanity from reality for the past eighty years, as illustrated by the sloping baseline across the top of Figure 2:–social-costs-from-overlooking-this-power/

    The late P. K. Kuroda (1917-2001) deserves credit for noticing and reporting in his 1992 autobiography this misunderstanding at the end of Aston’s lecture on nuclear energy at the Imperial University of Tokyo on 13 June 1936.

    Ten years later, BBC News (2002) reported Kuroda’s widow returned Japan’s atomic bombs plans that Kuroda had secretly taken possession of fifty-seven years earlier in 1945.

    The postwar structure of “national” Academies of Sciences hid the source of energy in atomic bombs from the public, instead of using that source of energy to advance mankind.

  3. What would happen were I to rob the bank of its trustees since day one and spend it on self-fulfillment like yachts, villas, cars and jewelry? Is this any different than robbing the earth from its fossil fuels since day one? ..just on the side, the CO2 imbalance may be due to these additional inputs into our atmosphere from exactly these hidden treasures.

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