Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap Is Melting, ...

Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap Is Melting, Thanks To Climate Change

There are 3 comments on the Switched story from Mar 2, 2014, titled Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap Is Melting, Thanks To Climate Change. In it, Switched reports that:

For decades now scientists have observed rapid melting in the Quelccaya Ice Cap in Peru.

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Cam

Toronto, Canada

#1 Mar 9, 2014
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#2 Mar 9, 2014
Why thanks? Stupid thing to say, folks.
Jim the Hoax Denier

Houston, TX

#3 Mar 10, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
Why thanks? Stupid thing to say, folks.
"Their research showed that the Qori Kallis outlet glacier, part of the bigger ice cap, extended to its maximum position about 520 years ago. It then retreated and has since had only minor re-advances."
Yeah, I believe the invention of the SUV coincides with the start of that glacial retreat. Didn't they find a catalytic converter in one of those ice cores? These guys must have gotten their propaganda degree from the Mann School of Hockey Stick Carving...

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