Government Agencies Set Record Arctic Fraud

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Arctic sea ice sets wintertime record low thanks to global warming

Total BS. Arctic sea ice is normal everywhere except the Barents Sea.

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The “hot” weather Serreze is talking about was -20C.


Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

There is nothing in the least alarming going on.


Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Here is the same story from 1922. Winter temperatures were up 15 degrees, glaciers disappearing, and no ice on the north shore of Svalbard.  This year there is ice on the north shore of Svalbard. The winter of 2015-2016 was apparently not as warm as the winter of 1922.

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According to NASA, 1922 was one of the coldest years ever.

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And perhaps most disgusting of all is the lie that ice records began in 1979. The 1990 IPCC report had satellite ice records back to the early 1970’s – when ice extent was low. NSIDC just doesn’t want you to know about it.

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There is nothing going on in the Arctic. It is all just propaganda from the usual cast of government grant funded clowns. Serreze also predicted the North Pole would be ice-free in 2008.

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Arctic Ice Extent Discrepancy: NSIDC versus Cryosphere Today

Could all Arctic ice be gone by 2012?

The Arctic is screaming said Mark Serreze

December 2007.

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3 Responses to Government Agencies Set Record Arctic Fraud

  1. mark says:

    Yet you seem to exactly the same thing as your complaining about, saying that the record of arctic see ice goes back further than is often mentioned is true but then you post an image that shows how little ice there was in the several year period that you claim people are ignoring but don’t show the info past 1990 so of course i have to assume that you are cherry picking data that fits your narrative. Predicting that the arctic would be ice free in 2008 and saying there is a 50/50 chance of that occurring are not the same thing either if the forecast called for a 50 percent chance of rain it would not be taken as an airtight prediction of rain and no one would criticize the forecaster if it ended up not raining. Language matters and while some on the AGW side of the fence use less than transparent methods to back up their opinions doing the same to criticize does not help your case at all.

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