75% Of Alaska Stations Have Cooled Since 1977

Fraudster Barack Obama was in Alaska last week, and said :

Alaska has warmed about twice as fast as the rest of the United States.

Remarks by the President at the GLACIER Conference — Anchorage, AK | whitehouse.gov

According to the University of Alaska, the state has cooled 0.1 degrees since 1977, and almost 75% of the stations have cooled.

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Barrow’s warming is due mainly to the fact that there is less multi-year ice than there was in 1977, so autumn ocean freezing releases a lot of latent heat from the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas.

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7 Responses to 75% Of Alaska Stations Have Cooled Since 1977

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Not only that but like usual to countered his speech it SNOWED on him despite a pick for the warmest weather/most melting.

    God Sent Snow to Obama’s Global Warming Fieldtrip

  2. Elaine Supkis says:

    Barrow never froze under glaciers during the Ice Ages, either.

  3. PabloNH says:

    Either the graph (C) or the table (F) is mislabeled.

  4. Chewer says:

    As we know, the central region has not undergone the normal glaciation throughout the ages, but has done great in these inter-glacial periods.
    On another note, from the free market notions that the socialists/Marxists/communists have shoved down numerous societies throats, the answer has always been solid:
    “Ideas for stimulating economic progress are great, but the only known and proven remedy comes from a positive outlook from those who contribute to the economical engine, AKA sentiment…
    If I don’t feel like the economy is thriving or don’t feel like I need to guard my funds, then the good times start rolling. Without sentiment being in a true positive region, you can continue to say that this is the new normal (liberal BS for kill oil, live a carbon free life & shut up)”

  5. Chewer says:

    The available volume between the tropopause and the ocean/land surface is less than it was in 1485, 1977 and 2013 and these are cyclical excursions…

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