Oh Ellie, Ellie, Ellie, I expected better from you. As science and technology journalist for the Mail you’ve really pulled out all of the globalist stops today! To be totally honest Ellie, after reading your piece titled “Would YOU be underwater if the polar caps melted? Map reveals what our planet would look like if sea levels rose by 260ft” I had to check the date, no, it wasn’t April 1st.
What really hacks me off about these scare mongering pieces is that they are designed to spread fear in order to justify the global warming con trick forcing crippling carbon taxes on all of us.
I’m not going to do a line by line breakdown of the whole article like Spivey does for two reasons, I don’t have the time, or the intellect, however, a few things do need pointing out.
“I worked on this map for about, gathering the data and rendering all the labels,’ said Mr Vargic, speaking to MailOnline. ‘It was entirely digitally hand-drawn, based on gathered topography data from Nasa.” (1)Exactly how long is about? (2)This post is entirely digitally hand typed. (3) We all trust everything NASA tell us.
‘I was always interested in the future climate change and human influence on the global warming. I created these maps both to raise awareness about the global warming and also because nobody has yet done this on such a scale” I can see that, I’m interested in future climate change, that’s why I watch the weather forecast. Human influence on global warming, nice one, say it often enough and they all believe it. Oh, and nobody has done this on such a scale because nobody else wanted to waste their time on this nonsense.
Don’t get me wrong, the map is great, in fact the best piece of digitally hand drawn work I’ve seen in ages, based a a big fat global lie.
“According to recent studies, there is enough ice in Earth’s polar caps to cause about 250-300ft (80–100m) rise of the sea level,’ he said on his website.” This one’s got me a bit confused. Firstly, and I may be wrong here because I was educated by the same system that is trying to destroy us, the ice at the north pole is floating. So it must be floating on water, with me so far. OK, now when Archimedes’ went all wrinkly sitting in his bath working out his principle that when upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially submerged, is equal to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces, he sort of hit upon something. Therefore the amount of ice at the north pole has already displaced it’s own weight in water, so if it melts, which it isn’t going too, there is no change. Try it yourself, get a glass of water and pop a couple of ice cubes in, thus simulating the north pole. Mark the level of water on the glass. Come back when the ice cubes have melted, Eureka no change. Please note, this isn’t technically 100% correct but near enough to make the point.
On 8 September 2013, the Mail wrote a lovely little piece on Global Cooling, and how the Arctic ice is increasing, read here
Anyway, not to be out done, we have created a digitally hand drawn map to show what will happen if the water rises by 8848.1 meters.
And finally, I’m fairly sure that Co2 increases because of the planet warming due to normal climate variations, mainly influenced by the sun, not the other way round. They can’t yet tax the air we breathe in, so they tax the Co2 we breathe out. I’m off to watch some cows farting.