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Antarctica is too cold too Melt Away
Tim of ThyArt   21 Jun 2019 / updated: 21/Jun/2019
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Is Antarctica melting of any concern?


Monitoring the Antarctica temperatures reveals that even the coastline on the hottest of summers stays well below freezing, with the exception of weather fronts from coming from the sea. BASIC SCIENCE, IF IT IS BELOW FREEZING IT IS NOT GOING TO MELT. That is the fact of Antarctica, that other than the coastline occasional weather, it remains too cold to have any melt at all. Concerning inland, melt it does not happen.



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