Nineteen Degrees Of Winter Warming In The Arctic From 1910 To 1954

Arctic winter temperatures have been not as cold in recent years as they were 30 years ago, and experts have blamed it on man-made global warming.

The same thing happened from 1910 to about 1954, but climate scientists weren’t as superstitious or stupid back then. Spitzbergen had 19 degrees of winter warming from 1910 to 1954.

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02 Mar 1954 – Canadians to Move Town Threatened by Thaw

Gavin Schmidt at NASA doesn’t want policy makers or the public to know about the 1940’s Arctic warmth, so he erased it.

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13 Responses to Nineteen Degrees Of Winter Warming In The Arctic From 1910 To 1954

  1. AndyG55 says:

    The Icelandic ice series gives a good idea, this being one of the main areas where Arctic sea Ice can expand.

    It clearly shows the LIA EXTREMES of sea ice, and the late 1970’s were also VERY high, not that far below the devastating LIA EXTREMES.

  2. Robertv says:

    His mind goes faster than his fingers.

  3. Steve Case says:

    … and the harbour is now open 200 days a year.

    Yeah, global warming is a catastrophic disaster.

  4. Winnipeg Boy says:

    https://www.google.com/trends/explore?q=fake%20news

    Create problem.
    Propose solution.

    We have seen this before.

  5. AndyG55 says:

    We all know the Arctic has had a large pool of “less colder” air over it for most of November, and there has been a big pool of “more colder” air in northern Russia.

    ( Less colder, more colder… my terminology and I’m sticking with it )

    Here’s the fun part…

    The “less colder” blob is above 82.5ºN latitude, so won’t be calculated in RSS

    Its also mostly above 85ºN so won’t show-up in UAH

    But the Siberia “more colder” blob will have a big impact on both.

    RSS and UAH for November could be quite interesting.

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