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    Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Its 'Gone by 2020' Signs


    Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Its 'Gone by 2020' Signs
    Anthony Watts / June 6, 2019
    Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Its ‘Gone by 2020’ Signs | Watts Up With That?

    Glaciers Appear to be Growing, not Melting in Recent Years
    By Roger I. Roots, J.D., Ph.D.,
    Founder, Lysander Spooner University


    May 30, 2019. St. Mary, Montana. Officials at Glacier National Park (GNP) have begun quietly removing and altering signs and government literature which told visitors that the Park's glaciers were all expected to disappear by either 2020 or 2030.

    In recent years the National Park Service prominently featured brochures, signs and films which boldly proclaimed that all glaciers at GNP were melting away rapidly. But now officials at GNP seem to be scrambling to hide or replace their previous hysterical claims while avoiding any notice to the public that the claims were inaccurate.

    Teams from Lysander Spooner University visiting the Park each September have noted that GNP's most famous glaciers such as the Grinnell Glacier and the Jackson Glacier appear to have been growing—not shrinking—since about 2010....



    ...The centerpiece of the visitor center at St. Mary near the east boundary is a large three-dimensional diorama showing lights going out as the glaciers disappear. Visitors press a button to see the diorama lit up like a Christmas tree in 1850, then showing fewer and fewer lights until the diorama goes completely dark. As recently as September 2018 the diorama displayed a sign saying GNP's glaciers were expected to disappear completely by 2020.

    But at some point during this past winter (as the visitor center was closed to the public), workers replaced the diorama's 'gone by 2020' engraving with a new sign indicating the glaciers will disappear in "future generations."...



    ...A common trick used by the National Park Service at GNP is to display old black-and-white photos of glaciers from bygone years (say, "1922") next to photos of the same glaciers taken in more recent years showing the glaciers much diminished (say, "2006"). Anyone familiar with glaciers in the northern Rockies knows that glaciers tend to grow for nine months each winter and melt for three months each summer. Thus, such photo displays without precise calendar dates may be highly deceptive.

    Last year the Park Service quietly removed its two large steel trash cans at the Many Glacier Hotel which depicted "before and after" engravings of the Grinnell Glacier in 1910 and 2009. The steel carvings indicated that the Glacier had shrunk significantly between the two dates. But a viral video published on Wattsupwiththat.com showed that the Grinnell Glacier appears to be slightly larger than in 2009....



    (Note that since September 2015 the author has offered to bet anyone $5,000 that GNP's glaciers will still exist in 2030, in contradiction to the reported scientific consensus. To this day no one has taken me up on my offer. –R.R.)










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    I want to have a visit for a little "I told ya so".

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