NASA forgot to mention in their recent WAIS (West Antarcdic Ice Sheet) collapse fraud press release, that it has nothing to do with CO2, and there is nothing we can do to stop it. The WAIS was rapidly melting when CO2 was 310 PPM.
1977: ROSS ICE SHELF, Antarctica-A huge portion of the Antarctic ice mass appears to be collapsing into the sea, a catastrophe that could raise the levels of the oceans by almost 20 feet.
"We're seeing the West ice sheet on its way out," said Richard Cameron of the National Science Foundation. "It seems to be doing something completely different than the east ice sheet. It has nothing to do with a warmer climate, just the dynamics of unstable ice."..."We're doing about the most we can do right now to study the possible collapse of the west ice sheet," said Dr. Richard Cameron, NSF program manager for glaciology. "It has become an area of concern because we could be on the brink of a rise in sea levels."
SUCH A RAPID rise is not unprecedented. It may have caused the Great Deluge described in the Old Testament.
'Scientists such as Zwally may refer to us as “climate deniers” but who are the real deniers here: those who look at the hard evidence or those who want to go on scaremongering regardless of what the data show.'
[Climate Depot Note: With this startling revelation that the National Science Foundation knew that mankind was not responsible for 'collapse' of West Antarctic ice sheet, the question begs why they hid it all of these years since! Will Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse investigate the Antarctic ice cover up with the same zeal they are going after the alleged 'Exxon knew' controversy? What did warmist scientists know and when did they know it? Will there be 'smoking gun' hidden documents to reveal the cover-up!?]
The claimed “collapse" of the west Antarctic Ice Sheet was occurring during the cold 1970’s, and scientists knew that it had nothing to do with climate.
'It has nothing to do with climate, just the dynamics of unstable ice.' - Dr. Richard Cameron, then National Science Foundation ( NSF) program manager for glaciology
"We're seeing the west ice sheet on its way out," said Cameron. "It seems to be doing something completely different than the east ice sheet. It has nothing to do with climate, just the dynamics of unstable ice." [Note: Dr. Richard Cameron was National Science Foundation ( NSF) program manager for glaciology.]