In Antarctica, One Storm in 40 Years Is Climate

Antarctic sea ice extent has been increasing since 1979, and reached a record high in 2014.

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At the end of August last year, there was a large amount of excess ice.

Stormy winter weather during the first two weeks of September, 2016 broke up some ice, and it hasn’t all grown back yet.

Climate scientists immediately jumped on this week of stormy weather as proof that global warming was destroying the planet.

Climate science has nothing to do with science. It is a criminal venture being propagated by consultants who call themselves scientists, and will say anything for money.

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8 Responses to In Antarctica, One Storm in 40 Years Is Climate

  1. Cam says:

    And today, the giant berg finally (after a decade in the making) calved from Larsen C and the alarmist’s heads are exploding over at DU. It doesn’t matter to them that the scientists have been saying it’s likely a natural event.

    • gator69 says:

      People fear what they do not know, and most folks have no clue what goes on, or what has been going on, at the poles for millenia.

  2. Steve Case says:

    Check out NOAA’s main page

    It says in giant letters:
    U.S. saw 2nd warmest year to date on record and warmer-than-average June

    Now check out NOAA’s Climate at a Glance to see what it says about June.

    Maximum temperature for June 2017 comes in at 104 out of 123

    • AndyG55 says:

      In RSS v3.3 June 2017 for ContUS is in 15th place.

      I haven’t found V4 regional data yet (anyone know an address?)

      In UAH, USA48, June 2017 is in 13th place.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Alarmists are squealing like stuck pigs due to the combination of political loss and failure of Mother Nature to cooperate with their catastrophic warming agenda. A slimy animal when cornered (and threatened with funding loss) that becomes extremely trecherous and vicious!

  4. David says:

    Why no mention of the freshwater lens created from summer melting that makes it easier for the seasonal sea ice to form in the winter ?

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