Antarctic Sea Ice Area Sets Another Record High

Alarmists are busy this week claiming that Antarctica is melting and we are all going to drown. Meanwhile, Antarctic sea ice continues to grow to record levels.

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11 Responses to Antarctic Sea Ice Area Sets Another Record High

  1. Mike Mangan says:

    Ah, feel the chill…

  2. @njsnowfan says:

    Sure is..

  3. Mike Mangan says:

    Better stock up on coffee…

  4. TomC says:

    Meanwhile, over at ClimateProgress this is what they’re reporting – “The North Pole, after weeks of higher-than-average temperatures, is now a foot-deep lake.”
    Apparently, they forgot to check the data –
    High Arctic temperatures have been blow normal almost the entire melt season.

  5. @njsnowfan says:

    What “IF” the Southern Hemisphere Ice continues to make higher sea ice records year after year like it has been doing?
    The Southern Sea Ice extent “COULD” look like this in the future. I painted a yellow line where the ice “COULD” be one day.

    The COULD IF from the other side of AGW….

  6. Kit Holz says:

    Funny, I’m against environmental taxes, because the change nothing, because we don’t get the technology which is already available such as real efficient cars or natural gas appliances.

    The reality is – climate change is happen, with or without people denying it and the last time we looked at the arctic ice we noticed more is gone.

  7. F. Guimaraes says:

    Both poles are getting colder and the corresponding icecaps are either growing steadily or recovering quickly from recent strong oscillations.
    To me this means that we’re in a well defined cooling trend of the climate worldwide.

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