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We are told that “This book is a fascinating and alarming report from the frontlines of global warming” and not surprisingly we find the following message on the book’s front cover from serial alarmist Dr. David Suzuki:
“Like canaries in a coal mine, penguins present an undeniable and urgent warning of the devastating effect of climate change on the planet. This timely book must be read.”
So I read it.
One chapter in particular caught my attention with the heading “The Sound of Extinction, in Antarctica.”
“But here on the Antarctic Peninsula rocks lay naked, newly revealed, stripped of snow. Glaciers withered, ice shelves were retreating, ecologies changing. Glaciers don’t have political agendas, nor do penguins. There was no debate. In this remote, austere, beautiful place, our planet was visibly heating up.”
Climate - Venture - Antarctic - Peninsula - Region
Climate alarmists typically venture to the Antarctic Peninsula. This region is often referred to as Antarctica’s “Banana Belt” since it has its own micro-climate and tells us little about temperatures across the bulk of the continent.
The following diagram from Jo Nova’s website might provide a clue:
Work - Lloyd - Al - Situation
The geological work of Lloyd et al. (2015) explains the situation:
“A seismic transect across West Antarctica: Evidence for mantle thermal anomalies beneath the Bentley Subglacial Trench and the Marie Byrd Land Dome.”
West - Antarctica - East - Antarctica - World
We see that West Antarctica is moving away from East Antarctica, forming one of the world’s largest continental rift systems and this is associated with a line of sub-surface volcanoes. The trench is part of the West Antarctic Rift System where hot rock beneath the region gives rise to mantle plumes and active volcanoes. As Dr. Doug Wiens points out:
“A line of volcanoes hints there might be a hidden mantle plume, like a blowtorch, beneath the plate.”
Scientists - Edinburgh - University - Volcanoes - Height
Scientists from Edinburgh University have identified around 100 volcanoes ranging in height from 100 to 3,850 metres. They are concentrated...
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