Unsettling Science on the Himalayan Glaciers
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  • Anthony

    WRM, in this regard “the science is never settled but challenges to climate requires holistic approach (complex systems thinking).

    BTW, I am delighted the Himalayan Glaciers are not melting (at least for the moment). Peter Calthorpe has an interesting perspective (“Urbanism in Age of Climate Change).

  • dearieme

    “People should be just as worried about the melting of the world’s ice as they were before,” said one of the researchers.

    For suchlike drivel, The Blessed Steve McIntyre uses the expression “a genuflection”.

  • Kuze

    “People should be just as worried about the melting of the world’s ice as they were before,” said one of the researchers.”

    Translation:

    “In light of this new data it’s important to remain rational: WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!WORLD’S ON FIRE!!!!”

  • Jim.

    So are we also seeing a reallocation of the flow through the world’s watershed regions? That would help confirm this research, and have practical implications for more than just polar bear fanciers.

  • Corlyss

    “Astoundingly, the scientists don’t seem to have realized the significance of their own findings. “People should be just as worried about the melting of the world’s ice as they were before,” said one of the researchers.”

    Brains on Articles of Faith = Brains on drugs.

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