New computer-simulated Pine Island Glacier Doomsday Paper by Rosier et al. Ignores loads of science – watts with that?

Reposted from the NoTricksZone

By P Gosselin on May 1, 2021

A recent newspaper announcing Pine Island Glacier Downfall Other findings that show that the glacier is actually more stable than expected were not taken into account.

A new paper by Rosier et al. Comes – based on model simulations – to the conclusion that the glacier Pine Island in West Antarctica may have already passed one of the three dangerous turning points, which is causing the media to send out warnings about the sinking, reports The Cold Sun here in its latest informational video.

Scientists fear that if the Amundsen sea water temperature rises by 1.2 ° C, the Pine Island Glacier would retreat, triggering the collapse of the entire West Antarctic Ice Shelf (WAIS), which in turn would cause global sea levels to rise rapidly by more than three Meter would mean.

The study by Rosier et al. The researcher Ricarda Winkelmann from the Potsdam Institute, supervised by Stefan Rahmstorf, was involved.

But other publications do not show the end of the world

However, as The Cold Sun points out, the team of scientists ignored a variety of scientific findings that contradict their terrible findings. For example, a publication by Bingham et al. From 2017 how researchers actually studied the mighty Pine Island Glacier (PIG) ​​and found that the characteristics of the terrain would slow retreat even under a warming climate:

A publication by Beem et al. In 2014, it found that another glacier in the area had experienced a slowdown in retreat over the past 50 years.

Volcanoes, natural cycles in the game

In 2018, a publication by Loose et al. Found that Pine Island Glacier was above volcanic activity that provided heat to melt.

Another publication by Witus et al. It was found in 2014 that there were repeated periods of rapid ice melt on Pine Island in the Holocene:

Unlikely breakdown

And also in 2018, a publication by Barletta et al. It is certain that “observed bedrock elevation” would likely stabilize Pine Island Glacier and “make collapse unlikely”.

The cold sun begs the question: Why were these earlier studies – many based on observations – by Rosier et al. Ignored? “Hard to believe,” says the video report Die kalte Sonne. Surely you were aware of these publications?

Amundsen lake cooling!

Also very strange is the fact that Rosier et al. The data from the ARGO measuring buoys in the region also seem to be ignoring. Remember that an increase in sea surface temperatures there (Amundsen Sea) by 1.2 ° C would mean passing the third and final “dangerous” turning point and leading to the WAIS collapse.

What’s the trend there?

Source: climate researchers

The Amundsen Sea has cooled off in the last 15 years!

The cold sun summarzes:

The [Rosier et al] Tip paper with the PIK font doesn’t look so convincing and ignores anything that doesn’t fit your own idea. “


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