Home Climate change impacts Glaciers The Antarctic Ice Sheet Isn’t Melting Climate change impactsGlaciers The Antarctic Ice Sheet Isn’t Melting By Andy Singer - January 20, 2021 1 Share FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail A popular climate claim is the Antarctica is warming beyond control and the ice sheet is melting. Neither of these claims are true. Antarctica hasn’t warmed in the last seven decades. 1 COMMENT “At a symposium of the Union of Geodesy and geophysics, Dr. Pyyotor Shoumsky reported that the south polar ice cap was growing at a minimum rate of 293 cubic miles of ice annually. To put that number in perspective, Lake Erie contains only 109 cubic miles of water. Thus, a volume of ice forms on top of the existing ice at Antarctica each year which is almost three times the volume of water in Lake Erie!” (Expanded Discussion of The HAB Theory, Gershom Gale, Expanded Discussion on the HAB Theory.) Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.