Phil Plait Lying About Ice Today

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Global warming: Old Arctic ice is melting away.

NSIDC shows that there is three times as much 4/5 year old ice as there was in mid-2011. As usual, Plait is spreading complete BS.

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8 Responses to Phil Plait Lying About Ice Today

  1. Bud Kopp says:

    That’s it. No factual refutation!!

  2. Greg says: The National Sea Ice and Data Center does not seem to agree with Mr. Plait.

  3. Rick says:

    Global Warming/Climate Change/{next pseudonym?} has displayed a combination of poor science, faulty predictions, and outright deception that makes the Compulsive Liar look frank and honest.

    • Jefferson McIrish says:

      Changing the name of the hoax to “climate change” was a stroke of genius by the people running this scam. Who can deny there is climate change? The climate has been changing since the Earth cooled! HUGE changes occurred for untold millions of years before man appeared on the Earth, and will continue to occur for millions or billions of years after we leave the scene. To suggest there is ANY way to prove mankind is responsible for the relatively minor temperature changes observed over the extremely short period of time for which we have data is moronic at best and more likely outright deception for purposes of accessing large amounts of government money!

  4. Preston Z says:

    I wish I invented Global Warming. Create a false problem, sell the need to fix it, sell the solution. Brilliant. Great site by the way.

  5. Bill Vancouver says:

    Plait says Arctic temperatures are rising. What is the temp up there doing? Have we ever seen a history of local North Pole temps? I do know since the NP is underwater and not a continent as is the SP it is subject to sea water temps…..let’s see some temp records to bolster the argument. One thing for certain is the Mother Nature will be sure to let us know we’re cooling or warming over the next decade…..time will tell who is right and not who has the best computer program and PR system.

  6. gordonfulks says:

    In the interests of accuracy, let me point out that Phil Platt was technically correct that Arctic sea ice was very briefly at a daily record low in February 2014. But this obscures the fact that it fluctuates considerably and has generally recovered from the low of 2007.

    In contrast, Antarctic sea ice has been setting daily record highs for more than a year now. That is scientifically significant, not the fact that it recently slipped a bit out of record territory.

    As to Arctic temperatures, they have risen in recent decades more than anywhere else on this planet. We know this, not from a station at the North Pole, but from settlements in the high Arctic. However the important scientific point is that the increase since the 1970s looks very similar to the increase from 1900 to 1940, although we are now still slightly short of the 1940 peak.

    The Arctic climate is clearly cyclical.

    Gordon J. Fulks, PhD (Physics)
    Corbett, Oregon USA

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