National Geographic just released this Arctic map, which shows about half as much ice as there actually is.
The real Arctic looks like this – about twice as much ice as the National Geographic Map.
The map below is the 1971 National Geographic ice map – which is nearly identical to the current state of the Arctic.
There seems to be no limit to the level of fraud which formerly respectable magazines will commit, in order to push the “climate change” agenda.
So far from reality.
Let´s not hope it´s used by anybody to plan their expeditions.
Even though climate scientists kind of deserves to get stuck in ice.
When you start lying you have to have a very good memory. In the age of the internet everybody has a good memory of what you said if they choose to use it.
Good work Steve.
Is there a date attached to the just released National Geographic map?
So we’re agreed multiple misrepresentations from multiple alarmist advocates amounts to deliberate climate fraud. What happens next?
I saw this alarmist article on Rolling Stone. The apocalyptic predictions seem to be getting worse, if that’s possible:
“The climate-change nightmares are here. Global warming seems to happen too slowly to jolt the public and politicians into action. That might be about to change, writes Eric Holthaus in Rolling Stone; new studies suggest some impacts might happen a lot faster than previously predicted, including a 10-foot (3-meter) sea-level rise by 2065.”
Many thanks for an excellent blog. Please keep up the counter-attack!
Has anyone contacted the NG and asked them to explain?
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
The folks running the show at National Geographic merely ignore nosy questions.
Is Popular pseudoScience owned by the same company?
The most enduring legacy of climate “science” will be the blueprint that afforded government, media, and activists to successfully convince the masses to believe in things that they don’t understand. Of course, the dumbing down of the masses helped.
I think they should take on gravity next. It would be validation of the blueprint to see a generation of people that think objects fall from fatigue and thus do not believe in gravity.
It’s not the fatigue, it is the “gravity crisis” .
There is a serious shortage of Gravitons on the Earth.
Due to overpopulation the Earth cannot produce enough of these tricky particles to hold everybody down.
Here in te US our can-do spirit has counteracted the problem by eating more so as to hold themselves down.
But if we don’t instantly roof over the whole country, the entire thing ,ight just float away.
This is a crisis global in scale and more dangerous than the mustard and ketchup people making one another’s product ( seen as a sign of the apocalypse).
I hear Obama is going to give a speech on this dwindling resource. His plan is to tax every object on earth based on its mass.
He is getting resistance from Trump’s hair and Hillary’s caboose as he looks to build grassroots support.
Yes I have had to put on 20kg just to keep my feet on the ground and my head out of the clouds.
Nat Geo became a global warming be-clowning tool years ago.
Last Christmas my in-laws gave me a subscription to Nat Geo and what a piece of scientific crap it has become with the global warming hysteria and LIEs.
National Geographic used to be vaguely scientific but now it is just a fictional publication devoted to Alarmism. The photographs are the only thing to maintain the old standards.
Did they change it to the correct reading? I can’t find that map on their site now..
Have seen and replied to this already on twitter only yesterday
When you say … “Has the Last Human Trekked to the North Pole?
Thinning Arctic ice and lack of air support force an end to expeditions this year—and maybe forever” , you don’t have many places left to go.
Yes, Mr. President, We Remade Our Atlas to Reflect Shrinking Ice
While discussing his new plan to combat global warming, the President referenced one of the most striking shifts in the history of National Geographic maps.
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