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Arctic heatwave could break records
Topic Started: Dec 24 2016, 04:48 AM (81 Views)
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http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-38417198
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Temperatures at the North Pole could be up to 20 degrees higher than average this Christmas Eve, in what scientists say is a record-breaking heatwave.

Climate scientists say these unseasonably warm weather patterns in the Arctic region are directly linked to man-made climate change.
Temperatures throughout November and December were 5C higher than average.
It follows a summer during which Arctic sea ice reached the second-lowest extent ever recorded by satellites.
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Dec 24 2016, 04:49 AM
Temperatures at the North Pole could be up to 20 degrees higher than average this Christmas Eve, in what scientists say is a record-breaking heatwave.

Climate scientists say these unseasonably warm weather patterns in the Arctic region are directly linked to man-made climate change.
Temperatures throughout November and December were 5C higher than average.
It follows a summer during which Arctic sea ice reached the second-lowest extent ever recorded by satellites.
The fact is that because the planet has less ice the core of the planet has nothing to have a balance. We been over this .

The planet has nothing to balance, the cooling..... Because the ice is almost gone , nothing to do with humans.... :popcorn: Sammy
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The fact is temperatures will always rise , the oceans won't......... This is do to the sun the lack ice on your planet......

The ice or glaciers were a balance in keeping the planet cool. The sun rays were reflected at one time when the planet was cover with ice and snow , but now the planet has no shield to stop the sun rays. Together with the inner core of the Earth , the heating effect will create evaporation ! So together with the sun, less water will cover your planet , not more.........

Humans have no control on these facts...... :popcorn: Sammy




Iceland just East of Greenland





hot spring in Iceland.... Inner core of Earth 5000*c



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