Wednesday, 5 September 2012

THE ARCTIC IS MELTING BUT NOT AS MUCH AS 6000 YEARS AGO

The Arctic ice summer melt is giving rise to a lot of headlines in favour of global warming alarm, so now is a good time to remind readers about the past behaviour of the region. Here is some excellent research to back up claims that the Arctic ice has melted extensively in the past, in fact more than the present. So although the present melt may look alarming, we should be comforted by the fact that it has happened before, and obviously returned to a colder more frozen state again afterwards.

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