Lol - I'll cite the article if anyone is actually interested, but I enjoy the fact that you know what I want.
I knew what you meant because it's been brought up by other deniers and shot down repeatedly here already.
Well, once again we establish a proof point that as much as we want to believe certain things does not make them to be true. I was not making any assertions as to whether climate change was or wasn't real, so no need to get your warmist knickers in a twist, I was merely pointing out that there are other factors potentially involved and not all the world's ills are due to climate change.If that upsets you, then I would recommend focusing your attention on deterministic and binary logic problems, not poorly understood complex ones. For the record, here is one link to many articles that discuss the issue, with at least one estimate that suggests that groundwater usage has 3x the impact of icewater melt on global sea levels: https://www.documentcloud.org/.... Nonetheless, this case still very much to do with human activity, so interesting that you should have an issue with it, when it nominally supports your overall narrative. But if I must provide something to get your teeth into, here is a good article to get your heart racing if you are looking for certainty and consensus regarding ice in the antarctic: http://climateaudit.org/2015/1... Enjoy!
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