Not by Fire but by Ice

THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!

Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us

 
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Glaciers growing on Glacier Peak, WA
 

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16 Oct 08

Hi Robert,

I'm writing to let you know about observations I've made here in the Central Cascades of Washington State. I recently moved from Breckenridge, CO to WA after being gone since 2005. I have a cabin at Lake Wenatchee, and the Glacier Peak volcano is visible to the Northwest. As its name implies the mountain is glaciated. Before I moved to CO in 2005 it was obvious that the glaciers and snow had receded and rock was visible in areas all the way to the peak. The glaciers and snow are back now. I was surprised to see the entire mountain from my vantage completely covered in white from top to bottom, and this is after the "warm" summer months here in the PNW.

It appears to me that Glacier Peak's glaciers are growing and advancing. I'm planning a hike soon that will take me relatively close to the mountain so I can get up-close photos. Evidence for global cooling is literally accumulating in the form of snow!

Cheers, 

Josh Conley



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