NASA Researches Ice Loss In Antarctica

For nine years, NASA has been conducting operation IceBridge, which consists of nine-hour long research flights over western Antarctica to monitor ice loss. Based on the IceBridge data, researchers believe that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet may be in a state of irreversible decline directly contributing to rising sea levels. On November 2, The National Climate Assessment, a study produced every 4 years by scientists … Continue reading NASA Researches Ice Loss In Antarctica

NASA confirms ocean levels FALLING across the planet

As the global warming narrative unravels under revelations of scientific fraud, data alteration and faked “hockey stick” data models, the fake news media remains suspiciously silent over the fact that NASA now confirms ocean levels have been falling for nearly two years. On a NASA page intended to spread climate alarmism (https://climate.nasa.gov/vital-signs/sea-level/), NASA’s own data reveal that world-wide ocean levels have been falling for nearly … Continue reading NASA confirms ocean levels FALLING across the planet

Trump’s NASA Nominee Wants To Study Climate Change on Mars

Earlier this month, President Trump nominated Jim Bridenstine—a Republican representative in Oklahoma—as NASA’s new leader. Bridenstine actively supports controversial ideas as an avid supporter of private space companies and he denies that human activity impacts climate change. Bridenstine is also interested in studying Mars’ weather. He said, “Mars once had a magnetic field, rivers, lakes and an ocean on its north pole,” . Continue reading Trump’s NASA Nominee Wants To Study Climate Change on Mars

The future is rainier than expected, according to NASA study

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA — A new study prepared by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory shows the amount of rain in tropical regions may increase in the future due to global warming. The study, titled “Tightening of tropical ascent and high clouds key to precipitation change in a warmer climate”, was published in the journal Nature Communications. Its main findings include the tightening of the Hadley … Continue reading The future is rainier than expected, according to NASA study