Credibility Of Climate Scientists Effectively Gone

Nine years ago, climate experts announced there was no more multi-year ice in the Arctic.

Multiyear Arctic ice is effectively gone: expert | Reuters

Now there is lots of multi-year sea ice in the Arctic.

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Climate experts also say Arctic ice is melting rapidly at -30C, and sea level is rise is accelerating.

Se level rise rates peaked 70 years ago, when CO2 was below 320 PPM.

Sea Level Trends – Variation of 50-year Mean Sea Level Trends

Sea Level Trends – Variation of 50-year Mean Sea Level Trends


Sea Level Trends – Variation of 50-year Mean Sea Level Trends

Both Greenland and Antarctica are gaining ice. How could sea level rise be “accelerating”, when the water us being removed from the oceans and added to ice sheets?

Guest post: How the Greenland ice sheet fared in 2017 | Carbon Brief

NASA Study: Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses | NASA

As far as I can tell, 97% of climate science is a total fraud – an attempt to steal taxpayer money via extortion and fear mongering.

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8 Responses to Credibility Of Climate Scientists Effectively Gone

  1. RAH says:

    Great paper posted by Paul Homewood. Lots of graphs. A keeper which backs up much of what you’ve been saying all along Tony.

  2. Cam says:

    The horrors of 157 years of sea level rise in Sydney, Australia.

  3. greg parry says:

    I had an argument with a climate bed wetter about Greenland ice loss. I told him it was very suspicious that NASA just happened to stop updating this graph on Jan 2017, right when the massive ice gain began. The bed wetters still claim ice loss continues without realizing they are extrapolating this graph.

    Any idea as to why NASA stopped reporting the data, other than to cover up the truth from the public?

  4. John F. Hultquist says:

    I think the multi-year ice grows in some years because of blockages in the passes (straits) through which ice might move southward.
    Occasionally, as in 2007, storms with strong winds and waves knock the blockages out and much ice moves to the south. Moving south, it meets warmer water, and there it does melt. That’s the grain of truth in the myth.
    Then, over time and with appropriate conditions it regrows.
    A series of repeats can be expected, but not predicted.
    Such is a scenario.

    David Barber, Canada’s Research Chair in Arctic System Science, who said “the ice was melting at an extraordinarily fast rate” should be relieved of his professional duties.

  5. frederik wisse says:

    David Barber is probably offspring from a barbers family occupied in the past with cures for all diseases , although nowadays his reasoning may be more mundane : The safeguarding of government-grants . Why steal from the common man , when big brother will give to you upon presenting the party-line ? For certain people the future was the past and the past is the future !

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