they will be gone and could disappear by 2035,
was the panic claim by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in 2007, well never let the facts get in the way of a good lie, I mean how can you say the glaciers are getting smaller when in fact part of the Karakoram range, to the west of the Himalayan region, are putting on mass? some glaciers on Asia's Karakoram mountains are defying the global trend and getting thicker, say researchers, a French team used satellite data to show that the glaciers were getting bigger,
scientists from the National Centre for Scientific Research and the University of Grenoble, were forced to rely on satellite images, to study the region - because much of the Karakoram range is inaccessible, they compared observations made in 1999 and 2008 and found a marginal mass increase, they estimated the glaciers had gained between 0.11 and 0.22 metres of ice each year,
but I guess this fact will not stop the greenies and tree hugers from charging us all green taxes every time we fly, drive, switch on lights or anything else governments tax us on, the good news is that Graham Cogley, the scientist from Trent University in Ontario, Canada, who first publicly questioned the IPCC's 2035 figure, comments in Nature that reconciling the different mass loss figures found by different methods of study 'will keep glaciologists busy for some time', I guess he means that the IPCC will find a way to discredit the findings.