Antarctic Sea Ice Grows By The Size Of Texas Since 1979

Hansen predicted peak ice loss in Antarctica, and it has done the exact opposite.

The red circle below shows Hansen’s forecast of 40% ice loss around Antarctica.

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6 Responses to Antarctic Sea Ice Grows By The Size Of Texas Since 1979

  1. gator69 says:

    Currently, Hansen is desperately searching for proxies to prove that Antarctic sea ice is actually on the decline. Stay tuned!.

  2. chris y says:

    Hansen often uses the phrase dead-certain, but I do not think you know his meaning of the phrase. He means ‘absolute-value’.

    Therefore, increasing sea ice is dead-certain decreasing sea ice. Decreasing sea ice is decreasing sea ice. Similar dead-certain predictions about US regional temperature trends have also had to be dead-certainted to verify the accuracy of the models.

    His climate model predictions from 1984 continue to be accurate, truly an ‘astonishing’ claim.

    Mann used a similar approach when he inverted the Tiljander silt proxy to demonstrate unprecedented 20th century warming.

    This is peer-reviewed climate science, and therefore canonical. Now stop quibbling and start buying carbon certificates before the market collapses!

  3. Andy DC says:

    We have all heard ad nauseam from the media about the record Arctic sea ice melt. Has anyone heard a peep about the increase in Antarctic sea ice? I haven’t, just the usual BS about the penguins.

  4. Paul says:

    Who is the author of this post?

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