1978 : US Coldest Winter Had Peak Arctic Ice

Climate geniuses are telling us that the cold and snow in 2013 is due to missing Arctic ice.

The historical record shows that they have no idea what they are talking about. The coldest winter and second snowiest winter in US history was 1978-1979, and was also the year when the Arctic had the most ice ever recorded.

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Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

www.ipcc.ch/ipccreports/far/wg_I/ipcc_far_wg_I_full_report.pdf

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7 Responses to 1978 : US Coldest Winter Had Peak Arctic Ice

  1. Andy DC says:

    Cold and snow are related? Who would have drempt it? Every idiot knows how snowy Dallas is in August.

  2. Damn you’re good.

    And the highest ice ever recorded happened only 5 years after the lowest ever recorded according to that chart… Well, that could never happen again, wot with the death spiral and all…

  3. Wyguy says:

    Hey, a Mann has to know when to pick his start date.

  4. Traitor In Chief says:

    I don’t know why the warmists don’t just go all in, and tell everyone it’s really 30C in Europe right now. Do public perceptions matter when the ministry of truth makes a proclaimation?

  5. bcbrowser says:

    Steve, if you still read comments to the post, where did the last graph come from and what data was used to generated it, in particular the part before the satellite era? I couldn’t find it in the referenced lengthy report.

  6. Jimbo says:

    When Warmists make their claims they don’t realise that there were many bad winters of the past. I tell them that the Arctic must have been in terrible shape. And why?

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