More Spectacular Climate Fraud By The New York Times

The New York Times says satellite images were first used to study sea ice in 1979, and that ice is disappearing due to global warming.

We Charted Arctic Sea Ice for Nearly Every Day Since 1979. You’ll See a Trend. – The New York Times

Here is a beautiful photo of Arctic sea ice taken by Apollo 16 in 1972, seven years before 1979.

In 1965, National Geographic published Arctic satellite imagery – fourteen years before the fake New York Times start date of 1979.

The National Geographic Archive | February 1965 | page 1

Here is a detailed satellite image of Antarctic sea ice from 1976, also published in National Geographic.

The National Geographic Archive | November 1976 | page 1

According to the Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change (1990 IPCC report) – NOAA has sea ice satellite data going back to the early 1970s. You can see why the New York Times cherry picked the 1979 start date, because it was the high point.  By starting at the top of the mountain, all directions go down. They lied to their readers about the 1979 start of satellite records, and it is clear why they did that.

“in 1972-1975 sea-ice extent was significantly less”

1990 IPCC Report

In 1971, National Geographic published a very detailed map of Arctic sea ice. Extent this year is not terribly different from 1971.

1971                 2018

At the time, the New York Times was worried about expanding Arctic ice and a new ice age.

U.S. and Soviet Press Studies of a Colder Arctic – The New York Times

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

THE ROLE OF NOAA’S CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLIMATE SERVICES

This 1985 DOE climate change report had Arctic sea ice data back to 1925, which showed little ice from the 1930s to the 1950s.

Projecting the climatic effects of increasing carbon dioxide (Technical Report) | SciTech Connect

If we combine the 1985 DOE graph with the 1990 IPCC graph, it becomes even more apparent why the New York Times cherry picked the 1979 start date. It was the century high point in Arctic ice extent.

In 1958, the ice was disappearing rapidly, and the New York Times predicted the Arctic would be ice-free soon.

The Changing Face of the Arctic; The Changing Face of the Arctic – The New York Times

But three years later, there was unanimous consensus for global cooling, as reported by the New York Times.

January 30, 1961 – NYTimes

The polar ice cap expanded 12% by 1975, after shrinking 12% before 1958. Icelandic ports were blocked with ice for the first time in the 20th century. The New York Times doesn’t want their readers to know about this.

March 2, 1975 – B-r-r-r-r: New Ice Age on way soon? | Chicago Tribune Archive

Looking at a graph of Icelandic temperatures, it again becomes clear why the New York Times cherry-picked their start date of 1979 – it was the coldest year on record in Iceland and the highest ice extent. Temperatures are no warmer in Iceland now than the were in the 1940s.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

From the 1920s through the 1950s, the Arctic was having a meltdown.

https://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/050/mwr-050-11-0589a.pdf

2 Nov 1922, Page 1 – Great Bend Tribune at Newspapers.com

17 Dec 1939, Page 15 – Harrisburg Sunday Courier

18 Feb 1952 – POLAR ICE THAW INCREASING

Actual scientists understand that these swings in Arctic temperature sea ice are controlled by ocean currents, not CO2. If the New York Times was an actual newspaper, they would have reported on this.

Reykjavik GISS V2             AMO

NOAA data shows September 30 Arctic sea ice extent trending upwards since the start of MASIE records in 2006. This year will  continue the upwards trend. The New York Times claim that summer sea is is declining is patently false.

masie_4km_allyears_extent_sqkm.csv

It is not surprising that end of summer sea ice extent is increasing. Summers have been running consistently below normal temperatures in the Arctic for years.  That is the only time the ice can melt.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

According to the our top experts, the Arctic was supposed to be ice-free by now, but instead sea ice is increasing.

The Argus-Press – Google News Archive Search

Gore: Polar ice cap may disappear by summer 2014

Star-News – Google News Archive Search

BBC NEWS | UK | Swimmer aims to kayak to N Pole

North Pole could be ice free in 2008 | New Scientist

Scientists: ‘Arctic Is Screaming,’ Global Warming May Have Passed Tipping Point | Fox News

The New York Times is hiding data, cheating with their graphs, lying about history, lying about the future, lying about science, contradicting themselves, ignoring history, ignoring the past failures of climate scientists, and intentionally defrauding their readers about Arctic sea ice. This appears to be standard operating procedure for New York Times journalists.

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16 Responses to More Spectacular Climate Fraud By The New York Times

  1. TimA says:

    Amazing work! That is such a valuable presentation Tony. Thanks for all you do!

  2. Earnest T. Bass says:

    Typical Progressive retort:

    “So what?!?”

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    1979 again? Hell, even Young Earth is older than Progressive Earth.

    • arn says:

      The real “funny” thing is.

      They had only data for a few years when they started pushing the ozon layer scam in the 1980ies
      and they had neither prove or clue how the ozon layer above the arctic looked like before cfc use or 100 or 1000 or a million years ago
      but they pretended to know it all.
      Absolutely unscientific and BS as we know today.

      In terms of the arctic they have the data but they are hiding it
      as it does not fit the agenda.

      • Mr GrimNasty says:

        What’s astonishing is that they try and use the Ozone panic as an example of why we should trust scientists and allow global control on the climate change issue. They saved the world once….

        Which is complete BS. They have no idea about the Ozone hole. What is the natural state or variation? After the CFC ban, first they declared it fixed. Then it came back bigger than ever. Then they declared that statistical modelling showed that it was showing signs of healing ‘soon’. The latest is that the Chinese are using CFCs illegally and it is their fault it is not fixing.

        So a double fail. The Ozone hole is not fixed. And International agreement/ban of CFCs did not work anyway.

  4. Josh says:

    Do their readers fact check the NYT? I thought progressives were smart and did not believe all facts such as the economic growth and the teachings of the Quran.

    • Anon says:

      Hi Josh Two years ago, the New York Times was my paper of record, that I considered “unimpeachable” for true news. I just did not know any better. It was the way I was brought up. I started reading it in High School as a requirement for American History. Then Wikileaks broke in 2016 and things I read were just not adding up with what the NYT was reporting. So I realized that I needed to start fact-checking the NYT. That lasted for a couple of months and proved they had a spotty record.

      So I finally said, “what the hell am I doing reading a news paper that I have to fact check?”.

      At that point, I might as well start with the “original sources” to begin with and ditch the Times. Now my impression of the NYT is the same as that of the “National Enquirer” – I rarely bother to read it or take what appears in it seriously.

    • arn says:

      Progressives believe that islam is the religion of peace though islam means subjugation and was and is spread witz violence and is 100% contrary to progressive believe.

      Factcheck is non existent in the progressive playbook
      as they anyway just follow the frankfurt school communist playbook
      and do not dare to question or oppose a single thing that violate group think.

  5. richard says:

    This was a delicious read- great stuff.

    Can you expand on the Russians sending three cargo ships through the NSR to Japan in 1967 to illustrate it was open for international shipping- this offer was shelved for political reasons- the Suez crisis.

  6. Al Shelton says:

    Thanks Tony… Your article is excellent.
    If only the Alarmists would read it. But, they won’t.
    I am sending it on to the opposition party[s] in Canada, as well as the newly elected Conservatives.

  7. Steven Fraser says:

    Looking at today’s MASIE Sea Ice Extent (for yesterday, DOY 249), the lowpoint of 8/31/2018 stands… the ice has grown 282,969 sq km since then.

    And, as Tony mentioned the other day, the earliest lowpoint in the MASIE dataset.

  8. Mr GrimNasty says:

    Lewis Pugh pointlessly swam 300 miles along the English Channel coast this year, his ‘mission to highlight inadequate protection of UK waters’. He’s just a self-promoting egotist who leeches any cause going.

  9. Phil. says:

    ‘Splicing’ the arctic ocean ice extent due to Vinnikov with the NOAA data for the Northern Hemisphere is inappropriate. The Arctic ocean data represents a small portion of the NH data, the annual mean data of the former varies between 6 and 7 million km^2 whereas the NH annual mean would be between 10 and 12 million km^2. The Vinnikov paper is difficult to find (it’s in Russian) so it’s not clear where it represents (apples and oranges).
    Also that the Iceland temperature data matches the AMO data is hardly surprising since the AMO is calculated from the sea surface temperatures surrounding Iceland.

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