The Five Stages Of Antarctic Grief

  1. Pretend that you don’t notice the 30 year steady growth of Antarctic sea ice
  2. Pretend that you don’t remember that you predicted maximum sea ice loss in the southern hemisphere
  3. Highlight articles about Penguins being threatened by loss of Antarctic sea ice, at the same time Antarctic sea ice is setting record highs
  4. Create a straw man argument that the increase in Antarctic sea ice does not disprove global warming
  5. Say that you predicted the increase in Antarctic sea ice all along

National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)

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6 Responses to The Five Stages Of Antarctic Grief

  1. gator69 says:

    This must be really tough on them. After all, they had planned a “Villages” retirement community in Antarctica, as it will be the only habitable place on Earth soon. I guess spending their golden years, feeding the penguins in the park, will just have to wait.

  2. suyts says:

    I think you should add the “land ice is really what matters” meme in there somewhere. Climate Central is still telling their readers that the ice sheets are melting.

  3. Brad says:

    Tamino has a thing or two to say about high Antarctic Ice being proof of AGW.

  4. Jason Calley says:

    97% of all climate scientists say “no matter how much evidence you have, no matter how many articles you point to, no matter if you even have documented videos of them saying so”, that they never said it. Maybe it was shape shifting lizards that were just pretending to be them. Big Oil funded, shape shifting lizards — just as their models predict.

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