Debunking NASA and Global Warming/Climate Change propaganda

NASA: See How Arctic Sea Ice Is Losing Its Bulwark Against Warming Summers

The propaganda of global warming, repackaged as climate change, continues to spew forth from the fascists in power. Can we talk?

The above image and story come from NASA and I point out the obvious: Arctic sea ice always melts in our northern hemisphere summertime.

View this next image, also from NASA, posted one year ago.

nasa antarctic ice map october 2015.jpg
NASA: NASA Study: Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses

Next, let’s consider semantics: a dictionary definition of the adjective ‘global’. global – relating to or involving the whole world; worldwide; universal:global weather.

A global phenomenon is one that involves the whole world. Global weather means there is evidence of the phenomenon in both hemispheres, over all continents, at all latitudes, and at all longitudes.

So, you may ask, why is the ice melting at the north pole as it grows at the south pole.

If so-called greenhouse gasses were causing global warming, then it follows that the southern hemisphere would be as affected as the northern hemisphere. But, such is not the case.

The mystery, if such there be, lies in land mass distribution. 68%  of the earth’s landmass lies north of the equator, 32% south of the equator. Reference: Univeristy of Puerto Rico

The spatial distribution of ocean regions and continents is unevenly arranged across the Earth’s surface. In the Northern Hemisphere, the ratio of land to ocean is about 1 to 1.5. The ratio of land to ocean in the Southern Hemisphere is 1 to 4. This greater abundance of ocean surface has some fascinating effects on the environment of the southern half of our planet. For example, climate of Southern Hemisphere locations is often more moderate when compared to similar places in the Northern Hemisphere. This fact is primarily due to the presence of large amounts of heat energy stored in the oceans. Reference: | CHAPTER 8: Introduction to the Hydrosphere

70.8% of the earth’s surface is water. 29.2% of the earth’s surface is land.

A helpful analogy: the cool summer breezes at the seashore of my hometown of Palacios, Texas, the City by the Sea.

We who grew up there know how the sun heats the land causing warm updrafts that then pull in cool breezes off the Gulf of Mexico. The sun rapidly heats land and only very slowly heats surface waters. If as a child you had an opportunity to swim in a freshwater lake in the summer, you will remember the sensations of warm water near the surface, very cool water around your feet. The separation is called a thermocline, a topic for another day.

What’s the point? The point is simply this, if greenhouse gasses were the cause of global warming, then polar ice caps would behave similarly, globally.

The reason we experience melting at the north pole is the sun quickly heats land mass over which the northern hemisphere, wind currents circulate heat from the land to the north pole. Think of the action of a kitchen mixer as you slowly pull the rotating beaters from a cake batter. Do you remember how liquefied cake mix spins out at the center of those beaters?

Yes, Virginia, the source of atmospheric heat is that great big ball of fire 93 million miles from the earth: the sun.

[The] theoretical potential represents more energy striking the earth’s surface in one and a half hours … than worldwide energy consumption in the year 2001 from all sources combined…Reference: Sandia National Laboratory | Solar FAQs, page 10

President Barack Obama uses the power of his office to promote a false theory of anthropogenic global warming. As you can discern from the above-stated facts, NASA’s own scientific findings contradict the very theory Obama orders them to promote.

We must elect a president and lawmakers who will not yield to false theories promoted by liberals and the anti-American United Nations IPCC.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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