More Sea Ice Than On This Date In 1979

On this date in 1979, there was 20.15 million km^2 of sea ice on Earth. Today there is 20.20 million km^2.

Climate experts tell us that the poles are rapidly melting down due to global warming.

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Global warming melts ice at both poles  Rock Hill Herald Online

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6 Responses to More Sea Ice Than On This Date In 1979

  1. Andy DC says:

    That is a killer, no real warming in 33 years. But since they are so morally superior, no crock of BS is too big to feed the public.

  2. Glacierman says:

    But its all rotten and full of holes now……

  3. tckev says:

    Only 20.20 million km^2 of ice left!
    We’re all going to die!
    It’s unprecedented!
    We need more tax money to make more ice.
    We need to get colder.
    Tax everyone for breathing.
    Save the planet!
    Put it in the deep freeze,…..

    …………….. we’ll have it after Christmas…

  4. F. Guimaraes says:

    Thank you Steve for digging this precious information for us.
    With all the “oscillation” of the Arctic icecap in the last few years the global increase in total ice extent has only, only one possible explanation, the physically sound one, the climate is getting colder.
    Sorry warmists!

    • F. Guimaraes says:

      I’m not clicking in the “follow up” box anymore because I know that when the news are important and scientifically sound as this one, the warmist crowd will soon attack and dump their garbage, as they did in the recent Antarctic thread.
      It’s disgusting, they don’t engage in a rational debate, they just come after we leave and litter the thread with their “folie”.

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