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That Antarctica has multiple volcanic domes, and the temperature and winds this past December have broken all previous records.

Things look as if they are heating up. It is NOT global warming that is melting the ice sheets...it is volcanic activity.

The Great Flood?

Two British researchers contend that a volcano violently erupted around 2,000 years ago and blew a large hole through the ice sheet in West Antarctic at around the year 207 B.C., and scientists confirm it was the largest volcanic eruption in Antarctica over the last 10,000 years.

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]


Some other scientific journals point to 325 BC.

:erebus:
Preliminary Report: Record Temperatures at South Pole (and nearby AWS sites…)
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South Pole’s Record Breaking Week…(Corrected!)

Posted on December 31, 2011 by mattl

Here’s more on South Pole Stations record breaking week of weather (Courtesy of South Pole Meteorology Office):

December 24th: The peak wind speed of 29 kts/33 mph broke the previous record of 28 kts/32 mph set in 1996.
December 24th: The temperature of -13.3°C/8.1°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -15.7°C/3.7°F set in 1984.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -17.2°C/1.0°F set in 1978.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the record for the all-time maximum temperature at South Pole. The previous record of -13.6°C/7.5°F was set on December 27, 1978.
December 30th: The peak wind speed of 25 kts/29 mph broke the previous record of 21 kts/24 mph set in 1989.

[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]





Its warming up and getting windier.


And breaking all previous records.
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nope, i didn´t knew that, thanks, so the neutral land might have oil?
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yeah, it has one huge volcano, if memory serves me right.

Erebus I think it's called, though i might be wrong.
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yeah.. duh *looks it up on google*
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yeah, it has one huge volcano, if memory serves me right.

Erebus I think it's called, though i might be wrong.
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yep, erebus.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

although this one is even bigger than erebus..

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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...

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Its not that easy when your being watched. Are you keeping watch on Antarctica?
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Preliminary Report: Record Temperatures at South Pole (and nearby AWS sites…)
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South Pole’s Record Breaking Week…(Corrected!)

Posted on December 31, 2011 by mattl

Here’s more on South Pole Stations record breaking week of weather (Courtesy of South Pole Meteorology Office):

December 24th: The peak wind speed of 29 kts/33 mph broke the previous record of 28 kts/32 mph set in 1996.
December 24th: The temperature of -13.3°C/8.1°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -15.7°C/3.7°F set in 1984.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -17.2°C/1.0°F set in 1978.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the record for the all-time maximum temperature at South Pole. The previous record of -13.6°C/7.5°F was set on December 27, 1978.
December 30th: The peak wind speed of 25 kts/29 mph broke the previous record of 21 kts/24 mph set in 1989.

[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]
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Its warming up and getting windier.


And breaking all previous records.
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Yeah, the global warming warriors kind of forget to mention that when they talk about the ice melting there.
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yeah.. duh *looks it up on google*
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To be honest, I really didn't know, until I Googled it as well. I don't remember if I was ever taught that it was multiple volcanoes. If I was taught that, I forgot it long ago.

There is A LOT of melting going on. Remember, they blamed it on global warming. That is completely a lie.
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Hiya sickscent,

yep, there are heaps of volcanoes there.

I have posted lots of info on my thread, but i don't have a clue what pages the info is on, lol..

Thread: WTF IS GOING ON SEISMICALLY ALL OF NZ!! BIG SWARMS EVERYWHERE, REAL BIG PACIFIC EQ COMING - NEW ZEALAND and KERMADEC EQ,VOLCANO,SKY WATCH(OZ TOO)

When i get a chance i will find some info for you
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yeah.. duh *looks it up on google*
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To be honest, I really didn't know, until I Googled it as well. I don't remember if I was ever taught that it was multiple volcanoes. If I was taught that, I forgot it long ago.

There is A LOT of melting going on. Remember, they blamed it on global warming. That is completely a lie.
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Yep, the submarine volcanoes there are responsible for the water getting warmer there, ice melting, etc
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Recent Antarctic ice mass loss from
radar interferometry and regional
climate modelling

[link to www.staff.science.uu.nl]
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Greenland is volcanic too, try link all the volcanic activity of the Earth, the Solar wind and the constant magnetic poles changes and we might have something here.hmm
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I've been monitoring the temps at the stations there daily, I'm not sure it seems to be overly warmer than usual? How can we be sure it's actually melting. If it is, then yeah I agree the volcanoes would seem to be a likely culprit.
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I've been monitoring the temps at the stations there daily, I'm not sure it seems to be overly warmer than usual? How can we be sure it's actually melting. If it is, then yeah I agree the volcanoes would seem to be a likely culprit.
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Preliminary Report: Record Temperatures at South Pole (and nearby AWS sites…)
[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]



South Pole’s Record Breaking Week…(Corrected!)

Posted on December 31, 2011 by mattl

Here’s more on South Pole Stations record breaking week of weather (Courtesy of South Pole Meteorology Office):

December 24th: The peak wind speed of 29 kts/33 mph broke the previous record of 28 kts/32 mph set in 1996.
December 24th: The temperature of -13.3°C/8.1°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -15.7°C/3.7°F set in 1984.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -17.2°C/1.0°F set in 1978.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the record for the all-time maximum temperature at South Pole. The previous record of -13.6°C/7.5°F was set on December 27, 1978.
December 30th: The peak wind speed of 25 kts/29 mph broke the previous record of 21 kts/24 mph set in 1989.

[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]
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Here is an extinction protocol article with a map of the newly discovered submarine volcanoes there

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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I've been monitoring the temps at the stations there daily, I'm not sure it seems to be overly warmer than usual? How can we be sure it's actually melting. If it is, then yeah I agree the volcanoes would seem to be a likely culprit.
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Preliminary Report: Record Temperatures at South Pole (and nearby AWS sites…)
[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]



South Pole’s Record Breaking Week…(Corrected!)

Posted on December 31, 2011 by mattl

Here’s more on South Pole Stations record breaking week of weather (Courtesy of South Pole Meteorology Office):

December 24th: The peak wind speed of 29 kts/33 mph broke the previous record of 28 kts/32 mph set in 1996.
December 24th: The temperature of -13.3°C/8.1°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -15.7°C/3.7°F set in 1984.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -17.2°C/1.0°F set in 1978.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the record for the all-time maximum temperature at South Pole. The previous record of -13.6°C/7.5°F was set on December 27, 1978.
December 30th: The peak wind speed of 25 kts/29 mph broke the previous record of 21 kts/24 mph set in 1989.

[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]
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Wow, forgive my ignorance, but which stations are at the south pole? I had mainly been paying attention to Vostok as well as stations on the peninsula, all of which seemed to be relatively normal temps all summer so far.
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SickScent you seem to be exceptionally well researched so I wanted to ask what you make of the exceptionally warm temperatures much of Canada, the US and Europe have experienced until lately this winter? Are they really that abnormal or are we getting our underwear in a knot over nothing?
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I've been monitoring the temps at the stations there daily, I'm not sure it seems to be overly warmer than usual? How can we be sure it's actually melting. If it is, then yeah I agree the volcanoes would seem to be a likely culprit.
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Preliminary Report: Record Temperatures at South Pole (and nearby AWS sites…)
[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]



South Pole’s Record Breaking Week…(Corrected!)

Posted on December 31, 2011 by mattl

Here’s more on South Pole Stations record breaking week of weather (Courtesy of South Pole Meteorology Office):

December 24th: The peak wind speed of 29 kts/33 mph broke the previous record of 28 kts/32 mph set in 1996.
December 24th: The temperature of -13.3°C/8.1°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -15.7°C/3.7°F set in 1984.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the previous maximum temperature record of -17.2°C/1.0°F set in 1978.
December 25th: The temperature of -12.3°C/9.9°F broke the record for the all-time maximum temperature at South Pole. The previous record of -13.6°C/7.5°F was set on December 27, 1978.
December 30th: The peak wind speed of 25 kts/29 mph broke the previous record of 21 kts/24 mph set in 1989.

[link to amrc.ssec.wisc.edu]
 Quoting: SickScent


Wow, forgive my ignorance, but which stations are at the south pole? I had mainly been paying attention to Vostok as well as stations on the peninsula, all of which seemed to be relatively normal temps all summer so far.
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I'm doing a crash course in this. But, it looks like the station to watch is Siple Dome. Check out the links in my other reply as well. Its got a research paper that is showing that the elevation is lowering in this area.
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SickScent you seem to be exceptionally well researched so I wanted to ask what you make of the exceptionally warm temperatures much of Canada, the US and Europe have experienced until lately this winter? Are they really that abnormal or are we getting our underwear in a knot over nothing?
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I think weather patterns have definitely changed. I am NOT a proponent of the global warming (Go Green) fad. But, there definitely seem to be changes going on.

I think abnormal weather is not that big of deal, until it happens globally, and annually, which is what we have seen the last few years. BUT, I am not an alarmist either, so, as you can tell, I am on the fence concerning all this. Especially when ALL the global weather data has been fucked with.
Thread: NASA Fudges Climate Data - Worse than CLIMATE-GATE
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The Great Flood?

Two British researchers contend that a volcano violently erupted around 2,000 years ago and blew a large hole through the ice sheet in West Antarctic at around the year 207 B.C., and scientists confirm it was the largest volcanic eruption in Antarctica over the last 10,000 years.

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]


Some other scientific journals point to 325 BC
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Hmm... 10,000 years ago? That's the number again. Wonder if it's related to world wide flooding when sea level rose 300 ft?

[link to www.ancientdestructions.com.au] - ice free Antarctica map...
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SickScent you seem to be exceptionally well researched so I wanted to ask what you make of the exceptionally warm temperatures much of Canada, the US and Europe have experienced until lately this winter? Are they really that abnormal or are we getting our underwear in a knot over nothing?
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Look up La Nina. It depends on ocean current, ocean temp, etc.
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The Great Flood?

Two British researchers contend that a volcano violently erupted around 2,000 years ago and blew a large hole through the ice sheet in West Antarctic at around the year 207 B.C., and scientists confirm it was the largest volcanic eruption in Antarctica over the last 10,000 years.

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]


Some other scientific journals point to 325 BC
 Quoting: SickScent


Hmm... 10,000 years ago? That's the number again. Wonder if it's related to world wide flooding when sea level rose 300 ft?

[link to www.ancientdestructions.com.au] - ice free Antarctica map...
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That is exactly what I was thinking.
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Also a big theory behind earthquakes is that the polar cap melt is causing "glacier melt rebound effect. Water is heavier than ice and the ocean floor is adjusting to the ice weight from the ice meltage (if there's such a word?) Thus causing some of last years earthquakes in the Pacific region. Especially Aleutian Island chain and maybe NZ/Kermedac locations
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They try to keep as quiet as they possibly can about Antarctica, and they've conditioned most of the population to forget it even exists for the most part.


Thread: Tell me what you know about Antarctica.




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It's big. Antarctica, by size, is larger than EUROPE.
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Your contribution gave me the idea to Google 'interesting Antarctica facts'.

[link to www.coolantarctica.com]

- 1.4 times bigger than the USA, 58 times bigger than the UK

- Antarctica has 70% of all the world's freshwater frozen as ice - and 90% of all the world's ice.


- Antarctica was imagined by the ancient Greeks, but not even seen until 1820. (Imagined, MY ASS.)



[link to www.coolantarctica.com]


- Antarctica is the best place in the world to find meteorites. Dark meteorites show up against the white expanse of ice and snow and don't get covered by vegetation. In some places, the way the ice flows concentrates meteorites there. The ice makes them gather in one place. (No, there are a lot of meteorites there because it was hit by a huge meteor in the first place.)

-The cold and dry conditions in the "Dry Valleys" region of Antarctica are so close to those on Mars that NASA did testing there for the Viking mission. It has not rained in the dry valleys for at least 2 million years. (Look again to the huge Mars impact. [link to wapi.isu.edu] "The southern and northern hemispheres of Mars are so different that they are divided into separate geologic provinces. The southern hemisphere has many large, multi-ring craters and basins, and volcanic intercrater terrain, very similar to Mercury and the Earth’s Moon. These craters were probably formed by intense bombardment early in the planet’s history.")
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[link to www.physics.wsu.edu]

"The northern and southern hemispheres of Mars are notably different, as is evident from the map of the surface of Mars constructed from observations made with the Mars Global Surveyor"

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

"The impact would have to be big enough to blast the crust off half of the planet, but not so big that it melts everything. We showed that you really can form the dichotomy that way,"
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Maybe Mars' scar was really caused by a supervolcano the likes of which we can only imagine.

[link to www.electric-cosmos.org]
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crab have been migrating, en masse, to the antartic waters for some time now. the antartic landscape has small volcanic vents all over the place, creating 'ice chimneys' in the landscape.

dunno about effect on weather, but effect on sealevel might be significant if things start to melt:

[link to en.wikipedia.org] (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Current_sea_level_rise#Glaciers_and_ic​e_caps)

[link to en.wikipedia.org] (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Antarctic_Ice_Sheet#Potential_col​lapse)
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Who knows?
Watch this interesting doc.peace
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:erebus:
NASA Spacecraft Detects Volcanic Activity In Antarctica
"Normally, it would take weeks to learn that a remote volcano was active." said Stu Frye, the Earth Observing-1 System Engineer at Goddard." But, now we can gather multiple images of the eruption's progression before news of the event becomes widely known".
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They try to keep as quiet as they possibly can about Antarctica, and they've conditioned most of the population to forget it even exists for the most part.


Thread: Tell me what you know about Antarctica.




 Quoting: ForgottenMuse



It's big. Antarctica, by size, is larger than EUROPE.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1271289




Your contribution gave me the idea to Google 'interesting Antarctica facts'.

[link to www.coolantarctica.com]

- 1.4 times bigger than the USA, 58 times bigger than the UK

- Antarctica has 70% of all the world's freshwater frozen as ice - and 90% of all the world's ice.


- Antarctica was imagined by the ancient Greeks, but not even seen until 1820. (Imagined, MY ASS.)



[link to www.coolantarctica.com]


- Antarctica is the best place in the world to find meteorites. Dark meteorites show up against the white expanse of ice and snow and don't get covered by vegetation. In some places, the way the ice flows concentrates meteorites there. The ice makes them gather in one place. (No, there are a lot of meteorites there because it was hit by a huge meteor in the first place.)

-The cold and dry conditions in the "Dry Valleys" region of Antarctica are so close to those on Mars that NASA did testing there for the Viking mission. It has not rained in the dry valleys for at least 2 million years. (Look again to the huge Mars impact. [link to wapi.isu.edu] "The southern and northern hemispheres of Mars are so different that they are divided into separate geologic provinces. The southern hemisphere has many large, multi-ring craters and basins, and volcanic intercrater terrain, very similar to Mercury and the Earth’s Moon. These craters were probably formed by intense bombardment early in the planet’s history.")
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[link to www.physics.wsu.edu]

"The northern and southern hemispheres of Mars are notably different, as is evident from the map of the surface of Mars constructed from observations made with the Mars Global Surveyor"

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

"The impact would have to be big enough to blast the crust off half of the planet, but not so big that it melts everything. We showed that you really can form the dichotomy that way,"
 Quoting: Mister Obvious





Maybe Mars' scar was really caused by a supervolcano the likes of which we can only imagine.

[link to www.electric-cosmos.org]
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


Thanks MO. thumbs
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Even if all the ice on Antarctica melted it would raise the ocean level 200 feet hardly a global flood. One volcano or even a chain of them would only melt a fraction of the ice.
I think theres more to worry about the methane leaking from under the arctic. But they rather blame mans coal plants, lol.
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Actually the ice was created during the great flood.
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