Originally Posted by Paul Ward
Did you bother to research the geography of the Peninsula and Ross Sea reagions yet?
Given the title of this thread, that I've posted in, there has not been a need yet.
- Yes there is! You displayed a significant ignorance about what you purported to be talking about in relation to drummy's quote and your subsequent post about vulcanism in Antarctica. The Peninsula and Ross Sea are 1500-2000 miles apart. Your response is what I have seen as typical by the "maverick" skeptics - fingers in ears and start whistling when the facts don't fit your latest bright idea.
I'm happy to preside over a discussion of people who know what they are doing and have done their homework. I will not answer to the overwhelming "noise" of the flat-earthers on this issue.
Why is Antarctica so cold?
there's a page coming on it in greater detail fairly soon.
Yes the ozone is seasonal: