Exactly, he's a crank running a website and trying to sell books.Sometimes it snows more in one place than another. That is variability in local weather, not evidence against global climate change. At this very moment so many glaciers are melting globally that the ocean levels are actually rising. I am willing to bet the guy who is compiling lists about glaciers increasing, and claiming we are headed into the next ice age is also making a bunch of money selling books denying that climate change is real.
He pegs the Kook meter at 11.I am willing to bet the guy who is compiling lists about glaciers increasing, and claiming we are headed into the next ice age is also making a bunch of money selling books denying that climate change is real.
I apologize the conversation took on a personal affront. That was not my intention. I wanted to clarify the facts. I should have realized piling on was inevitable. I guess on a website filled with a bunch of independent thinking thick headed #@*# fisherman we need tougher skin and more of a sense of humor than the average bear to stay afloat. You may have also hit on a hotter button than expected there.Ok.
I’ll continue to be a bit more optimistic..
So weather can not be cyclical?
Guess we all have to ride it out to see, as no one really knows.
Reminds me why I don’t post here much... love getting quoted and lol’ed.. that’s always cool.
But I hope most of us agree, a crackpot making things up and putting them on a website isn't really 'hearing other perspectives', it's just BS being spread around. Like those flat Earth morons...'lol' is the polite response.I am glad you brought it up though, because until today I had never seen that website. I might not agree with it, but I am always interested in hearing other perspectives.
I think the problem is the way you use the word "glaciers". It gives the connotation you are talking about all glaciers. If you were to say a specific glacier has grown (not surprising given the shift in weather patterns) I would agree it's probable. But I think 99% of the world's glaciers have shrunk in the last 20 years.So glaciers havent actshually grown?
you measure these and track progress?
crackpot or not, glaciers have grown a little.