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Arctic heatwave could break records
Topic Started: Dec 24 2016, 04:48 AM (250 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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New theory explains how Earth’s inner core remains solid despite extreme heat.

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The prediction opens the path to understanding the interior of Earth and eventually to predicting Earth’s future, Belonoshko says. “The ultimate goal of Earth Sciences is to understand the past, present and future of Earth — and our prediction allows us to do just that.”

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Carbon tax hoax :box:



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Geological heat has very little effect on surface temperature. Climate is driven by solar radiation and the effects of the atmosphere upon it. If the interior of the earth were suddenly replaced with an equal mass of ice cream, we'd scarcely notice (providing we magically kept the magnetic field).
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Apr 9 2017, 05:25 PM
Geological heat has very little effect on surface temperature. Climate is driven by solar radiation and the effects of the atmosphere upon it. If the interior of the earth were suddenly replaced with an equal mass of ice cream, we'd scarcely notice (providing we magically kept the magnetic field).
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Geothermal heat contributes to Greenland ice melt


An international team that includes University of Montana researcher Jesse Johnson has learned that the Earth’s internal heat enhances rapid ice flow and subglacial melting in Greenland.

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Underwater Antarctic Volcanoes Discovered in the Southern Ocean

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Speaking at the International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences in Edinburgh Dr Phil Leat from British Antarctic Survey said, “There is so much that we don’t understand about volcanic activity beneath the sea — it’s likely that volcanoes are erupting or collapsing all the time. The technologies that scientists can now use from ships not only give us an opportunity to piece together the story of the evolution of our earth, but they also help shed new light on the development of natural events that pose hazards for people living in more populated regions on the planet.”

The research is important also for understanding what happens when volcanoes erupt or collapse underwater and their potential for creating serious hazards such as tsunamis. Also this sub-sea landscape, with its waters warmed by volcanic activity creates a rich habitat for many species of wildlife and adds valuable new insight about life on earth.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2013/04/underwater-antarctic-volcanoes-discovered-in-the-southern-ocean.html#ixzz4dvAlnzT5
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