Paris Climate Criminals Ignore Record Arctic Ice Growth

Climate fraudster Al Gore solemnly told the Nobel Committee that the Arctic could be ice-free by 2014

The Nobel Laureate repeated his brainless nonsense in 2009.


Gore: Polar ice cap may disappear by summer 2014

Instead of an ice-free Arctic, we just had the shortest melt season on record – followed by record sea ice growth. Arctic sea ice extent is the highest for the date since at least 2004.


Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut


Criminals at the New York Times and Guardian told us recently that Greenland is melting much faster than previously feared. In fact, Greenland’s surface is gaining record amounts of ice, with 250 billion tons of new ice over the last three months.


Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Temperatures in the center of the Greenland ice sheet never got above -5.9C this year, and averaged -29.7C so far this year. Last year’s maximum temperature was -4.0C with an average temperature of -26.9C. The last time the center of the Greenland ice sheet got above freezing was July 11, 2012 – when temperatures edged up just barely above freezing for six hours.

Meanwhile, the climate criminals in Paris continue their massive fraud – pretending that the climate is falling apart and that they are doing something to stop it.

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10 Responses to Paris Climate Criminals Ignore Record Arctic Ice Growth

  1. Don B says:

    Let’s not forget about Antarctica. The activists forecast that the melting ice sheet would drown us all, but they don’t mention how cold it is.

    “The average high temperature for the year in Antarctica is about -49 degrees F, while the average low temperature for the continent is about -56 degrees F.”

    “The [NASA] study reports that, between 1992 and 2001, the ice sheet that covers the continent — a polar desert of some 5.4 million square miles, or about the size of the United States and Mexico combined — gained 112 billion tons of ice annually, and from 2003 to 2008 added 82 billion tons a year. And, contrary to the IPCC’s conclusion, Antarctica is not contributing to sea-level rise — in fact, it is slowing the rate of rise by 0.23 millimeters annually.”

  2. Squidly says:

    Oh, it’s MUCH worse than that … These lunatics actually believe they can control the weather/climate … absolutely incredible!

    Ahead of the summit, more than 175 countries have tabled pledges (known as intended nationally determined contributions, or INDCs) to cut their carbon emissions which, if enacted, would be enough to limit global warming to 2.7C. But the United Nations has pledged to limit climate change to 2C – and would much prefer it to be 1.5C.

  3. Squidly says:

    In case you hadn’t heard, there is some good news to report today.

    Maurice Strong, climate and development pioneer, dead at 86

    Father of Agenda 21 and propagator of the climate scam is DEAD! … would have been nice if he would have taken a few others with him, like perhaps George Soros, et al.

  4. Aurora Svant says:

    Isn’t that funny that the default graph on the same site is making the ice extent measurement exactly below 1 standard deviation of the mean since 1979 ?
    It also shows this year’s measurement lower than recent years. I wonder if there is not another manipulation there :

    • Mr Pettersen says:

      Read the red text on the ocean.dmi link

      The data pictured in the graph is old. Why do they not update the data?
      Are they waiting til after the meeting in Paris to admit the ice cover is above normal for the last ten years…….

  5. oeman50 says:

    You guys just don’t understand. Ice with more mann-made CO2 melts at a lower temperature (natural, or “good” CO2 doesn’t do this). It lowers the melting point to -29.7C, which is why there is such a massive melt off. Geez….

  6. ACR says:

    Please help me interpret the chart identified as Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass. It is my understanding that this shows the net ice mass gained each “ice year” beginning September of each year. According to my reading of this chart, the 2011-2012 ice year produced the smallest gain in ice mass. In fact, that ice year basically had no ice mass gain at all — even the worst year did not see net ice loss. That means every single other year since 1990 produced ice mass gain on Greenland. Am I reading the chart correctly?

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