Thursday, 6 October 2016


This article looks at the evidence which contradicts the climate doomsayers. It is piling up at both poles. The most recent data show that the Antarctic is currently surrounded by more sea ice than at any other point since records began.

In all, there are right now about 20 million square kilometres of frozen sea area surrounding the Antarctic continent. That is 170,000 square kilometres more than last year’s previous all-time record, and more than 1.2 million square kilometres above the 1981-to-2010 mean, according to researchers.

While at the Arctic after the very high melt rates of the 2007-2012 period, the trend reversed in 2013 and especially in 2014 when the melt fell below the long-term average.The heat content of the North Atlantic was also plummeting. 


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Anonymous said...

If you follow the links back, you end up at an article on a denial site. The article is over two years old, and cherry-picks from even older articles without proper referencing, and comments that disagree with the claims in the article get deleted (I wonder how long this comment will last?).

So, all-in-all, all that's happening in this article is a load of confirmation bias and tin-foil-hat-tightening.

For your own sakes, I hope you don't live near the coast.