The One Who’s Name Must Not Be Spoken

NSIDC continues to show record sea ice levels in Antarctica, but Antarctica is like Valdemort in their press releases (at least since the collapsing ice-shelf scam collapsed.)

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48 Responses to The One Who’s Name Must Not Be Spoken

  1. Scarface says:

    From their website:

    “While both Arctic and Antarctic ice are of vital importance to the marine mammals and birds for which they are habitats, sea ice in the Arctic appears to play a more crucial role in regulating climate.”

    So there you have it: the Arctic appears to play a more crucial role in regulating climate

    How convenient!

    If it was the Antarctic that showed a downtrend, they probably would have said it was the other way around. Climate science, you just can’t go wrong with it. And it pays good, so come and join the fun!

  2. DC Andy says:

    Alarmist deniers claim there is no increase in Antarctic ice. Well, maybe just a teeney weeny little bit. And it is doesn’t apply to the areas that are about ready to collapse. They have to keep that myth alive at any cost.

  3. kirkmyers says:

    If a weather event or anomaly doesn’t confirm the AGW scare, it is ignored or downplayed by the Chicken Little scientists in government and academia. There is big money at stake. Congress reports that $68.4 billion in federal money was spent between 2008 and 2012 to address man-induced climate change. The pseudo scientists pushing the CO2-is-warming-the-planet scare don’t want that well to dry up. Hence, their all-out criminal campaign to lie to and deceive the public with childish horror stories about an overheating planet.

  4. The One Who’s Name Must Not Be Spoken

    Nice. 🙂

  5. Mike Mangan says:

    Voldemort. The one whose name must be spelled right. Who is Valdemort? The Dark Lord’s gay cousin?

  6. sthelensoregon says:

    The last 10 year’s of Arctic sea ice is 7.3% below the previous 10 years. Antarctic sea ice is 2.3% above (in an entirely different environment that responds in different ways). Total sea ice is down 2.5% compared to the decade earlier.

  7. Just in case David Appell is too lazy to do his own reading, the evidence is clear & uncontradictory, both poles should react the same to global warming:

  8. Look, it’s simple. Heat rises to the top, so as the world overheats it’s obvious that the Arctic will melt, which is why there’s no need to worry about the Antarctic at all.

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