National Geographic Report – 6th DECEMBER 2014.

Warming Seas Drive Rapid Acceleration of Melting Antarctic Ice as warm ocean water rises up to melt them.

Glaciers around the Amundsen Sea are losing half a Mount Everest a year.
for  National Geographic  – PUBLISHED DECEMBER 06, 2014

Melting Antarctic glaciers that are large enough to raise worldwide sea level by more than a meter are dropping a Mount Everest’s worth of ice into the sea every two years, according to a study released this week.

Sanity Seeps into Shell ?
  28th September 2015

Will oil companies go for profitable Green business?

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Royal Dutch Shell will cease exploration in Arctic waters off Alaska’s coast following disappointing results from an exploratory well backed by billions in investment and years of work.

The announcement was a huge blow to Shell, which was counting on offshore drilling in Alaska to help it drive future revenue. Environmentalists, however, had tried repeatedly to block the project and welcomed the news.
Shell has spent upward of $7 billion on Arctic offshore exploration, including $2.1 billion in 2008 for leases in the Chukchi Sea off Alaska’s northwest coast, where an exploratory well about 80 miles off shore drilled to 6,800 feet but yielded disappointing results. Backed by a 28-vessel flotilla, drillers found indications of oil and gas but not in sufficient quantities to warrant more exploration at the site

27th March 2015

Sea level “will rise by a meter”

Only one meter? That is not what NASA predicts. In 2008 NASA  calculated a 64 meters rise. My calculation, if all the Arctic ice melts, at both North & South Poles, is a sea level rise of 100 meters. Buy an amphibious house, or move to higher ground, or build a floating city. Prepare for extreme weather events. Buy land in Antarctica and Greenland as a long term investment for your great-great-great-great grandchildren. Until then, the meltdown will make the permafrost land, cold, wet, sticky and very unpleasant. 

It is ALL damned socialist lies!

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