Mt. Shasta Glaciers





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Published on Sep 30, 2007

In northern California, global warming is apparently causing glaciers to grow, not shrink, on Mount Shasta.

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Ken Anderson
Did I hear "global warming" about eight times?  Did I hear that Shasta is all alone on growing glaciers and is therefore wrong?  How about the rest of the global glaciers that are growing?  The glaciers are still growing inspite of the several year drought. So much for excess moisture causing this.    Do the Rockafellers own all politicians and new media on the west coast?
Geeky girl
well then, its not global warming 
@enigma067 there's also a glacier in alaska that's growing so fast it will eventually cut off part of the sound north of juneau. Some are shrinking, some are growing, no conclusive evidence of anthropogenic warming, and no evidence of GLOBAL warming, just regional warming in some places,a nd cooling in others
This is all pretty common sense. Is there some question as to why warming can in some cases lead to growing glaciers? This is simply another indication that man made global warming is changing the climate.
the gods of earth were human
there is an entrance to an underground city under the south side of the mountain top, there is a race of people living under the mountain, very advanced both spiritually and technologically, their ships look like golden spheres, they occasionally come to cities or towns trading with people they have golden/blond curly hair and they are pretty tall, we should investigate the mountain and look for the entrance because what i just wrote is 1000% true ;)
AND, there is a high altitude glacier that's showing signs of melting IN ALASKA.
xxvitaliyxx, glaciers at high altitude haven't started melting yet. Glaciers at lower altitude are melting at alarming rates. Do some research first before casting judgment. AND, there is a high altitude glacier that's showing signs of melting. As I said, do some research!
It should be noted that this video is at least TWO YEARS OLD. A lot can change in that time!
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