April 17, 2024

AndronETalksNews

AndronETalksNews

New study destroys ‘doomsday glacier’ narrative: Today’s ice 8 times THICKER than last 8000 years

SOTT – Sign of the Times

By Kenneth Richard
No Tricks Zone
Mon, 29 May 2023 17:28 UTC

Scientists have determined there is no measured data to “indicate thicker than present ice after 4ka” at a West Antarctic study site near the Thwaites “Doomsday” Glacier. Any ice melt observed today is thus “reversible”… and natural.

The Thwaites, Pine Island, and Pope Glaciers in the Amundsen Sea region of West Antarctica are all situated on a hotbed of active geothermal heat flux, which has led to anomalously high regional melt rates. Indeed, “there is a conspicuously large amount of heat from Earth’s interior beneath the ice” in the very locations where the ice melt is most pronounced.

Read more…