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New Study from NASA admits that 90% of the worlds glaciers are — in fact — GROWING.

Principia Scientific International — November 26, 2016 A new NASA study, released on Friday, admits that ice is accumulating in Antarctica. Satellite measurements show an 82-112 gigaton-a-year net ice gain. That’s 82-112 billion tons per year! Nine zeroes! in other words that is 112,000,000,000 tons. Per year. It’s hard to comprehend how much ice that […]

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New NASA video showing a 3D map of Greenlands Ice Sheet proves once again that climate change is natural

Watch this great short video showing a 3D map of Greenlands ice sheet, demonstrating 3 distinct warming patterns in just the past 100,000 years, alone. And for a bit of extra enjoyment, watch Andrew Klavan rip apart the Global Warming hysterics.

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NASA Scientists Puzzled by Cooling on Both Land and Sea … Climate Alarmists say So What?

Tip o’ the hat to E. Jelinksi for this article. NewsMax — October 6, 2014 The deep ocean may not be hiding heat after all, raising new questions about why global warming appears to have slowed in recent years, said the US space agency Monday. Scientists have noticed that while greenhouse gases have continued to […]

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Former NASA Scientist: Global Warming is Nonsense

Nick Hallett — Breitbart.com — April 26, 2014 A former NASA scientist has described global warming as “nonsense”, dismissing the theory of man-made climate change as “an unsubstantiated hypothesis” and saying that it is “absolutely stupid” to blame the recent UK floods on human activity. Professor Les Woodcock, who has had a long and distinguished […]

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The Earth is Safe From Global Warming, say the Men who Put Man on the Moon

James Delingpole — Breitbart — March 8, 2014 The planet is not in danger of catastrophic man made global warming. Even if we burn all the world’s recoverable fossil fuels it will still only result in a temperature rise of less than 1.2 per cent. So say The Right Climate Stuff Research Team, a group of […]

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