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RE: What's Your Favorite Climate Change Study?

in #busy3 years ago (edited)

Thats because the poles are actually different. One has a land mass under it and the other doesn't. Because of that they are not readily comparible.

Importantly though, I am not claiming who or what is causing Climate change :OD

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Well the paper I was reading did just that and it is not the first time it has been done.

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I know, but one has land ice and sea ice and the other is just sea ice. It means that unless you compare the sea ice and state that is increasing in the south compared to the decrease in the north then the comparison. imho is not that valid

The thing is that one of the poles is losing much much much more than what the other pole is gaining additionally.

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