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In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979

 
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In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
I was just reading this thread,,,
Thread: Arctic sea ice volume now ONE-FIFTH its 1979 level !!

Which led me to the question,,,
"Where is the water going?"

The coastlines have not really changed,,We hear of SOME flooding,, in those areas prone to flooding but nothing really abnormal.

Personally,,, I think the water is being moved off-planet.
By solar winds and whatnot. Water in a vapor is easily "blown" off planet by solar radiation ,, I am looking for the link as I write this,,,

Seriously folks,,, it is NOT adding up.

wtf
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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
The arctic is not a continent, the ice cap is lying on the water.
So the volume of this ice is already in the water.
And as the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, when the ice melt the level of arctic sea should even slighlty decrease.

The problem is if antarctic ice melt, because ice of the antarctic is not lying on water but on ground and if it melt, it will increase the Southern Ocean level.
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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
I was just reading this thread,,,
Thread: Arctic sea ice volume now ONE-FIFTH its 1979 level !!

Which led me to the question,,,
"Where is the water going?"

The coastlines have not really changed,,We hear of SOME flooding,, in those areas prone to flooding but nothing really abnormal.

Personally,,, I think the water is being moved off-planet.
By solar winds and whatnot. Water in a vapor is easily "blown" off planet by solar radiation ,, I am looking for the link as I write this,,,

Seriously folks,,, it is NOT adding up.

wtf
 Quoting: Hitndahedfred


Hey douche, how about underground aquifers?
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02/19/2013 11:18 AM
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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
The arctic is not a continent, the ice cap is lying on the water.
So the volume of this ice is already in the water.
And as the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, when the ice melt the level of arctic sea should even slighlty decrease.

The problem is if antarctic ice melt, because ice of the antarctic is not lying on water but on ground and if it melt, it will increase the Southern Ocean level.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011606


A little correction of what I said :
"And as the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, when the ice melt the level of arctic sea should even slighlty decrease."

It's wrong.
Yes the the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, but tghe part of the arctic ice which is above sea level represent this difference of volume, so when the ice melt, arctic sea level shouldn't slightly decrease, it stay the same.
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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
I was just reading this thread,,,
Thread: Arctic sea ice volume now ONE-FIFTH its 1979 level !!

Which led me to the question,,,
"Where is the water going?"

The coastlines have not really changed,,We hear of SOME flooding,, in those areas prone to flooding but nothing really abnormal.

Personally,,, I think the water is being moved off-planet.
By solar winds and whatnot. Water in a vapor is easily "blown" off planet by solar radiation ,, I am looking for the link as I write this,,,

Seriously folks,,, it is NOT adding up.

wtf
 Quoting: Hitndahedfred


Hey douche, how about underground aquifers?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33398628

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Why the name calling AC ??

I just asked a legit question.

Oh yea,, tell your MOM and your SISTER I had a great time last night.

moron,,

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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
The arctic is not a continent, the ice cap is lying on the water.
So the volume of this ice is already in the water.
And as the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, when the ice melt the level of arctic sea should even slighlty decrease.

The problem is if antarctic ice melt, because ice of the antarctic is not lying on water but on ground and if it melt, it will increase the Southern Ocean level.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011606


A little correction of what I said :
"And as the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, when the ice melt the level of arctic sea should even slighlty decrease."

It's wrong.
Yes the the volume of iced water is slighlty higher than the volume of liquid water, but tghe part of the arctic ice which is above sea level represent this difference of volume, so when the ice melt, arctic sea level shouldn't slightly decrease, it stay the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011606

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Thank you AC,,,

This is the type of response I appreciate.

It does make sense but still I feel that the sealevels should be rising.. Just me,,,

After all,,, it is all the same water right? and all the oceans are connected right? So what is holding back the rise?

Mebbee I missed something.

duh
Each time a person stands for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he or she sends forth a tiny ripple of hope. And crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. Few are willing to embrace the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of their society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential vital quality for those who seek to change a world that yields most painfully to change. [Robert F. Kennedy]



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Re: In response to another thread here about the ICE VOLUME is 1/5th of that of 1979
I'm 1011606
You can try it yourself.
Put some water in a glass, add 1 or 2 ice cube, mesure the level, wait for the ice cubes melting, mesure the level, it wil be the same.





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