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Antarctica still gaining ice, a look at where underwater volcanoes are melting sea ice and why the IPCC didn’t take into account cloud circulation models when doing projections for the continent. Long term 37 year look at global ice concentrations look as they always have. Aerofarms vertical farming using aeroponics for micro-greens. Get the Heirloom seed kits to start your own edible garden! Make Money Now Off Weather Predictions Here – Landing Rid Your Body of Unwanted Toxins Now! Home Support ADAPT 2030 on PATREON ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page David’s Website You can also find this Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and Soundcloud. Solar Page IPCC can’t explain Antarctic ice growth , forgot cloud circulation models NASA Study: Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses Why is Antarctica’s Ice Sheet Growing in a Warming World? Global Sea Ice Southern Hemisphere Ice Vertical Farming system Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsUS city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’THESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)Dickson Despommier On Vertical FarmingVertical FarmingVertical Farming VertiFarmVertical Farming in Kakaako – Kerry Kakazu

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  • Stormy Syndrome 1 year ago

    It's still cold out there. The weather channel keeps trying to say our 7 day average has been 70 degrees, but I don't think the temp has reached 65 but one day all month. They're now saying our current temp is 45 but the highest reading I got anywhere in town was 32. I think some numbers are getting twisted. Not that it makes a huge bit of difference in reality, as we tend to deal with whatever temp it may happen to be, but with the sun feeling so warm while the wind keeps it extremely cold, it's easy to feel as though it's warmer than it really is. This area is a confusing area though… the winds are ALWAYS blowing, as the wilderness trail was cut through this area and allows the wind to blow across the Appalachians Unimpeded. So it may just be this area that is seriously confused. Even the birds are pissed. Walked outside to see the Robins on one side of the yard, and blue jays on the other fighting over the bird feeder. Guess I need to install a few more. They're confused, starving, freezing, and pissed at their leader for bringing them back to the North ahead of time. Even the animal kingdom seems to have their own form of politics to get through.

  • raubmoehre 1 year ago

    Great work; as always! :):):)

  • MilliettcPcos 1 year ago

    Hey David, thanks again for the great videos, have you been posting on your fb page lately? there have been a lot of old articles being shared from your page. specifically I wondered if you'd posted this one?

  • GIANTSECRETS 1 year ago

    It will be interesting to see if we get large earthquakes or solar activity followed by more intense lows. When our solar system looks similar to this we have previously had large Hurricanes, Typhoons and large earthquakes like the 2004 boxing day earthquakes and tsunami. I have the proof in my videos. Anyway please take a look at the image and see what happens a few days either side of and on the date shown.

  • 46 Degrees North Off Grid 1 year ago

    hehe… bubble cloner. 😉

  • Simon Percival 1 year ago

    Hopefully we will see more information explaining the undersea volcanism in Antarctica's west and the curious juxtaposition of that with the growth of ice on and around the continent.

  • The Cringe Network 1 year ago

    Antarctic ice s actually growing from a new layer of fresh water on top of the ocean surface. Fresh water freezes at a warmer temp than salt water. The meat is from Greenland and glaciers

  • algerdron tievst 1 year ago

    dave are you aware of the pieri ries map ?

  • algerdron tievst 1 year ago

    another great report Dave thank you 🙂

  • Ernest Bush 1 year ago

    Hydroponic solutions have all the nutrients the plant can take up available. It is possible to grow more nutritious and tasty food in hydroponic greenhouse gardening than in the fields where conditions are not as controllable. They can also grow six to ten times the amount of produce in a year than is possible in the field by simply keeping CO2 in the greenhouse around 1200 ppm. Produce from these greenhouses is increasingly competitive with field grown crops because of the sustained high volume of produce and technological advances. Some greenhouse complexes even use organic fertilizers. This type of food production will be one of the more powerful tools for combating hunger in the coming decades.

  • 青鬼TV 1 year ago

    BBC just released a story online today saying last year was warmest on record, and if we don't believe in man-made warming we are all "anti-science"….
    i can't believe they can get away with saying stuff like that. . ..apparently any strange weather is caused by CO2….(yawn)

  • J Ra 1 year ago

    why do you believe NASA

  • k Bird 1 year ago

    Hydroponic one title wave volcanic ash clouds stop solar panels from working they build it on the lowest lining land . Or in a river bed 10feet below flood level . Ice age ice melt … Snow will build up on top of it. Hi winds. Hail tornados cyclones .. Do you really think it would work… Many under ground on mountain near road rail . And a coal mine so they can burn coal warmth power

  • johnstarr2001 1 year ago

    One the best videos on YouTube.

  • grantspassage 1 year ago


  • darthvader5300 1 year ago

    Aeroponics is too dangerously fragile and requires vulnerable inputs. Better re-engineer it into a "Living Machine" systems based on the "Living Machines Principles" of Professor John Todd.

  • David Keller 1 year ago

    Excellent. Love seeing NASA eating crow (organically grown I might add).

  • Du Fung 1 year ago

    Try pronouncing it Air-O ponics, think Aeration ;P Aeration is the principal by which it oxygenates roots and conserves water as well as keeps the water clean, similar to bubble-ponics with aeration stones.