I wrote my first climate article nine years ago for The Register. It was about the Arctic. Two things have changed since then.
- Winter winds have changed. Much less ice is being blown out into the North Atlantic during winter.
- Persistent summer cloudiness is causing summer melt to be greatly reduced.
The amount of thick multi-year ice has massively increased since it was declared gone by David Barbour seven years ago. NSIDC tried to hide this by tampering with their maps, but it is becoming obvious now that the Arctic Basin is filling up again with thick ice.
Climate experts know nothing about the climate. They just talk trash for no reason.