The Associated Press says the burning of fossil fuels has melted the Austrian Alps, and they have pictures to prove it.
They forgot to mention that most of the melting occurred before 1950.
They also forgot to mention the glaciers were disappearing during the 19th century.
Thirty-eight percent of cars were electric at that time.
“It appears that, save over a small area, the glaciers of the world are retreating to the mountains. The Arapahoe glacier in the Rockies has been melting at a rapid rate for several years. The glacier on Mount Sarmiento in South America. ; which descended into the sea during the last century, is now separated from the shore by a vigorous growth of timber The Jacobshaven glacier in Greenland hat* retreated four miles since the year 1860, and the East glacier in Spitzbergen is more than a mile away from its old terminal moraine. In Scandinavia the s:now line is farther up the mountains, and the glaciers have withdrawn 3,000 feet from the lowlands in a century In the Eastern Alps and one or two other small districts the glaciers are growing.”