Expansion Of Thick Sea Ice Into The Western Arctic

Over the past two months, winds have been pushing thick Arctic sea ice into the East Siberian, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas. This is very painful news for alarmists, because these are the seas which determine the summer minimum. Alarmists care very much for the planet, which is why that get so angry when you point out that there is nothing wrong.

DMI Modelled ice thickness

There is a lot more thick ice in the western Arctic than there was nine years ago.  Climate experts won’t tell you this, because they care for the planet so much, and because their funding depends on misinforming and frightening the public.

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