Antarctic ice area once again set a post-1979 record high for the date today, and is closing in on the September 20, 2007 post-1979 record high.
Does that date sound familiar? It should, because it was the same week as the previous post-1979 record low Arctic ice area.
Global warming theory requires that both poles warm, but we are seeing the exact opposite – the poles move opposite each other.
And prior to 1979, Arctic ice was increasing, while Antarctic ice was decreasing.
It is quite clear that the mechanism driving ice gain in Antarctica is the same one driving ice loss in the Arctic, but climate scientists refuse to think about this. Their brains are locked in CO2 stupidity hell.