Why Not Have An Honest Discussion About Polar Ice?

Contrary to all the BS being promoted by climate scientists, polar sea ice is not disappearing.

Global sea ice area has been averaging above normal this year. Antarctic sea ice has been at record highs.

From 1988 to about 2008, lots of thick multi-year ice was carried out of the Arctic by winter winds. The thinner ice caused summer Arctic ice area to melt back further than it did during the 1970s. But since 2008, the loss of multi-year ice has reversed. During the past winter, most of the thick ice moved away from the Atlantic.

If this pattern continues, Arctic alarmism will soon be a thing of the past.


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5 Responses to Why Not Have An Honest Discussion About Polar Ice?

  1. The Iconoclast says:

    If there is more ice of late, it’s definitely the wrong kind.

    First I will refuse to debate you, then I will attack your character, then I will claim whatever happens proves my theory, then I will slink away.

  2. Rosco says:

    Let me see if I’ve got this straight :-

    The atmosphere is overheated – especially in the Arctic where temperatures rarely reach double figures Celsius. This causes ice to melt, which in turn causes cooling of the atmosphere over the Arctic, which in turn produces extreme winters at the same time the ocean is actually freezing back into ice which releases heat to the atmosphere causing warming.

    Right – now I understand.

  3. tckev says:

    The average of total ice on the planet is above or below the normal?
    Oh dear, to do that both Arctic and Antarctic ice would have to be counted, I predict that would ruin chicken littles argument.

  4. mwhite says:

    A new story from the chicken little brigade


    Arctic Ocean ‘acidifying rapidly’

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