Tag: Antarctica

Mountains stand near the coast of West Antarctica as seen from a window of a NASA Operation IceBridge airplane on October 27, 2016 in-flight over Antarctica. NASA's Operation IceBridge has been studying how polar ice has evolved over the past eight years and is currently flying a set of 12-hour …

Delingpole: Shock! Antarctica Still Doing Just Great

Antarctic melting faster than evah! This has been the global warming scare story of the week, heavily promoted by the usual suspects, including Time, CBS, the Washington Post, the Guardian, the New York Times and, inevitably, the BBC.

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Report: Global Warming, Sea Level Rise Could Impact California Coastline

A new state-commissioned report on the effect of global warming (a.k.a. “climate change”) on sea levels have concluded that the impacts on the California coastline could be disproportionate, with local sea levels rising 1.25 feet for every one-foot increase caused by melting ice in West Antarctica.

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No, 150,000 Penguins Were Not Killed By Global Warming

Were you moved recently by the tragic tale of 150,000 penguins killed by global warming? Of course you were. The story was almost inescapable – we even ran a wires version of it here at Breitbart – because it was

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NASA Shock Study: Antarctica Is Growing Not Shrinking

Antarctica is growing not shrinking, according to the latest study from NASA. Furthermore, instead of contributing to rising sea levels, the still-very-much-frozen southern continent is actually reducing them by 0.23 mm per year. The study – by an organization not hitherto noted

More Tough Times For the Church of Global Warming

The Church of Global Warming will surely hang on long after the “global warming pause” hits its third or fourth decade, because it’s far too useful to greedy politicians. However, a new study from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Germany might deliver a “death blow to global warming hysteria,” in the assessment of Patrick J. Michaels and Paul Knappenberger at the Cato Institute.