Climate change alarmists love to point to ice melting in Antarctica as proof that humans are destroying the planet, but research shows that this may not have the link to man-made climate change that they would like to have us believe. Radar readings taken by aircraft flying across the continent have shown that the ice loss at Antarctica is largely coming from below. The radar showed that the ice is melting from the bottom upward. As it melts at the base, meltwater drains away to fill subglacial lakes sitting downstream. The melting process has likely been occurring for thousands or possibly millions of years and may involve radioactive rocks and hot water from inside the Earth’s crust.
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