Daily CNN/Guardian Climate Fraud Update

“We will know our disinformation program is complete, when everything the American public believes is false”

William Casey  CIA Director 1981

Last week, CNN, The Guardian and many other fake news agencies reported Arctic sea ice north of Greenland is breaking up for the first time ever, and it was due to “climate change.”

The Guardian said it was the last ice area, and it was scary.

Arctic’s strongest sea ice breaks up for first time on record | World news | The Guardian

The whole story was complete nonsense. There was less ice north of Greenland in September 2002 than there is this year.

2002      2016

The Arctic is full of ice.  The red circle shows the area which climate scientists are terrified about.

There is more ice across northern Greenland than there was ten years ago.

Across the entire Arctic, sea ice extent is slightly less than 1971, during the ice age scare.

1971                 2018

Forty-nine of the world’s leading climate scientists sent a letter to President Nixon warning of a new ice age within a century.


As far as I can tell, most national and international news agencies lie about essentially everything.

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24 Responses to Daily CNN/Guardian Climate Fraud Update

  1. Psalmon says:

    Robert Peary docked his wooden ship the Roosevelt at the northern end of Ellesmere Island in the Summer of 1908, a hundred miles or so NW of this location, on his way to the North Pole in 1909. Anybody who has read about polar exploration knows this story was a fraud.

  2. Douglas Hoyt says:

    I wonder if there is an active underwater volcano there? Anyone know a way to find out?

  3. Phil. says:

    The area referred to in the original article was about the ice off Kap Morris Jessup not the area that Tony marked with his red circle which is instead the entrance to the Nares Strait, which frequently opens up due to flow through the strait. The Guardian referred to the ice as ‘the Arctic’s strongest ice’, the ‘last ice area’ was a quotation of someone else by the Guardian.

    • tonyheller says:

      You mean here, where there is more ice than ten years ago?

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      The Guardian referred to the ice as ‘the Arctic’s strongest ice’, the ‘last ice area’ was a quotation of someone else by the Guardian.

      Phil, how cold is the water you carry for the Grauniad? Is it scary? I think it must be scary.

      “Almost all of the ice to the north of Greenland is quite shattered and broken up and therefore more mobile,” said Ruth Mottram of the Danish Meteorological Institute. “Open water off the north coast of Greenland is unusual. This area has often been called ‘the last ice area’ as it has been suggested that the last perennial sea ice in the Arctic will occur here. The events of the last week suggest that, actually, the last ice area may be further west.”

      You guys are pathetic.

  4. Crashex says:

    This is hysterics over the wind blowing to the North through the Fram Strait and causing as temporary lift-off of the ice along the northern coast of Greenland for a week or two. It’s transport NOT melt.

    The transpolar drift usually keeps that ice in that area creeping to the east and southeast and then out the Fram Strait. Over the last year, or two, the winds have shifted dramatically and are persistently pushing the ice toward the pole along the Atlantic side and greatly reducing the flow out of the Arctic through Fram.

    The result is low Greenland region ice levels and a significant retention of MYI in the basin–because it’s not being pushed out into the Atlantic.

    This started in 2017 and continued through 2018. It is the exact opposite flow pattern that dumped the MYI in 2005 to 2008 into the Atlantic. If it persists, the alarmists will be screaming in the coming years as the basin repopulates with MYI. This year was a distinct step in that direction, 2019 will be very interesting.

    • Disillusioned says:

      “This is hysterics over the wind blowing to the North through the Fram Strait and causing as temporary lift-off of the ice along the northern coast of Greenland for a week or two. It’s transport NOT melt.”

      Yes. It is ‘hysterical wind blowing.’

  5. Josh says:

    AGW caused CNN and Guardian to publish nonsense as AGW causes your brain cells to melt. Just ask NYT experts on Federrer’s loss. :)

    • Anon says:

      Its not just tennis:

      Is Global Warming Causing More Home Runs in Baseball?

      ….linked climate change to baseballs carrying farther…


      • Douglas Hoyt says:

        Back in the 1920s, stadiums had larger playing fields than today’s stadiums. The outfield fences averaged about 30 feet further away from home plate at that time. It makes Babe Ruth’s home run record more impressive once you think about it. In 1920, the Yankees were playing in the Polo Grounds and Ruth hit a fly ball 490 feet which was caught for a routine out. Ty Cobb was the guy who caught it.

        Bill Jenkinson has a book on Babe Ruth that gives all the details.

  6. Jason Calley says:

    A bit off topic, but here is a nice interview discussing bad science and poor peer review. The speaker is an Australian expert on the Great Barrier Reef, who has been involved in extensive disciplinary actions because he has criticized the reliability of some college’s work.

  7. AndyDC says:

    Obviously the sheeple are bombarded with fake news all the time, designed to separate them from their money and freedom. In the meantime phony advocates like Gore and Dicaprio continue to live in luxurious mansions and jet around the world in their private planes. Until they give those up, they are nothing but the worst sort of hypocrites.

  8. Mr Sir says:

    IDK dude, looking at the 2002 vs 2018 picture, it looked like there was slightly more ice in 2002.

  9. dennisambler says:

    Kukla died in 2014, still unrepentant about ice ages.

    Columbia acknowledges what is constanty denied:

    “In the early 1970s, Kukla became a proponent of the idea that earth was veering toward another ice age—a view shared by prominent scientists at the time, when the planet was in fact cooling. Temperatures soon reversed course, as did most researchers. Kukla did not, and stuck with his global cooling hypothesis to the end.”

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