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Hidden agenda of global warming conspiracy

Advocates of global warming state that man-made green house gases will raise sea levels many feet. Simple math will prove this a lie. The ocean area is over 259 million square miles. To raise oceans 1 inch would require 4,503 trillion gallons of water.

The total world’s water is 326,000,000 trillion gallons. Two percent is fresh water, and 70 percent of this is in land ice in Antarctica. Subtracting water in lakes, rivers, ground and air, that leaves 489 billion gallons in ice, which does not include the ice in Antarctica. Melting this ice would raise oceans a small fraction of 1 inch.

Freezing and melting sea ice in polar regions has no effect on ocean levels. When Arctic ice is freezing, Antarctic ice is melting, and vice versa. The sea ice below the surface has the same volume as the water it displaces.

The main purpose of global warming is to enable governments to pass thousand of laws which create many thousands of unneeded jobs, spend many billions of wasted money, raise prices on many products and prevent the creation of millions of jobs.

Thomas Crosswhite

Grass Valley

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