I know f will think this article is ridiculous, they'll adapt!
But the rest of you may find this affect of climate change interesting.
ETA: this was the original link I meant to add: http://www.npr.org/2013/09/08/220188...e-wrong-colors
Last edited by Kirst33; 16-09-2013 at 19:01.
If you do all that stuff, why on earth do you spend your spare time trying to change peoples minds on climate change, trying to get us to believe you and not the vast, vast majority of scientists in the world. It makes no sense....not sure why that surprises me!
Dr John Cook perfectly sums up my objections to this sub par reporting.
"COOK: The article is actually quoting from a UK tabloid, rather than quoting climate scientists or the actual IPCC report."
(Please note that I'm quoting an actual source and allowing you the chance to check it out for yourself rather than regurgitating what was said in the most l33t news source in the UK.)
On a side note, I can't find any of those reports from the US media; the only publication leaking at present is The Daily Mail (and The Australian). Anyone wanna help a girl out with links?
Last edited by snowqu33n; 16-09-2013 at 19:05.
But alas, still not good news:
'"There's been an overall increase in the sea ice cover in the Antarctic, which is the opposite of what is happening in the Arctic,” said lead author Claire Parkinson, a climate scientist with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. "However, this growth rate is not nearly as large as the decrease in the Arctic.”'
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