Do global warming deniers actually think that giving up homes in Florida to live in Antarctica is a good deal?

Even a "warm" Antarctica will be dark, and frightfully cold in the Winter.

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  • 1 year ago
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    Such claims just highlight how little people understand Antarctica, it’s a continent covered in ice. There are some ice free dry valleys but these are permafrost GW will not change the long dark winters. Not sure how a rise of up to 6c makes a place where temps can hit -75c habitable. Antarctica is seeing coastal warming this would make dry coastal valleys the last place you might want to live, coastal summer temps above zero are still rare but increasing. With melting glaciers and the melt water from them, those dry valleys will become mud fields. This is already happening in warmer Siberia, homes built there on what used to be fairly stable permafrost are starting to sink.

    https://www.citylab.com/environment/2018/05/the-ra...

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    We dont think that Alarmist do and they are not right in their heads

  • 1 year ago

    This is the stupidest question that I have seen in quite awhile? The Earth is cooling and all the proof is outside your door, especially in the Northern Hemisphere and the US great plains, along with the Canadian prairies losing there grain harvests this weekend.

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  • Cowboy
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    1 year ago

    If that was promoted on foxnews, then yes, these dumbos would swallow it hook, line and sinker!!

  • 1 year ago

    No, I doubt it. It is hyperbole (argumentum ad absurdum). Of course, one has to be careful in declaring that fact-deniers are logical (climate change is real and unavoidable without regard to how it comes to be, and thus anyone that denies climate change is doing the equivalent of denying the existence of tides).

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