Climate Experts Base Their Arctic Theories On Two Days Out Of The Last 35 Years

Arctic experts cherry picked two days out of 35 years, to base their entire understanding of Arctic sea ice.

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10 Responses to Climate Experts Base Their Arctic Theories On Two Days Out Of The Last 35 Years

  1. ChrisV says:

    I think you made a typo Steve. I believe you meant 2 Years not Days 😉

  2. Latitude says:

    I love their zero/normal line……for the first 20 years we had too much ice…..and the last 15 too little
    Move that zero line down just one increment….and things are perfectly normal

    First you declare what’s normal….then you win the argument

  3. Andy Oz says:

    But WaPo says that global warming causes more sea ice as well as less sea ice. SH!T it probably causes normal sea ice as well. Now exactly who are in denial? I would say alarmists are now trying to spin even more crap for the true beliebers.

  4. emsnews says:

    Climate change covers hot, cold and in between so it is eternal and cause for buying more fainting salts to revive anyone who passes out from anxiety or too tight a corset.

    • There Is No Substitute for Victory. says:

      I don’t want to appear sexist here but my money is on “Too tight a corset!”

  5. Andy Oz says:

    More classic “Climate Science” from the gang who made your oven an ice machine!!

    “In the Southern Ocean around Antarctica, currents draw heat towards the equator, away from the pole.”

    • Phil Jones says:

      More garbage spun out to cover these inconvenient facts and data….

      What the Alarmists REFUSE to consider or discuss openly are changes to their whole man made Global Warming CO2 based theory…

  6. kirkmyers says:

    It is becoming ever more difficult to give credence to global warming as a “theory” or “hypothesis.” Given the record of lies, half-truths and outright deception on the part of its adherents, it is probably more accurate to refer to it as a fable, fantasy or fairy tale — or, perhaps, “climate bogeyman.” I know children who show more reason and common sense than the grown-ups who get hot and bothered about non-existent global warming. Gullibility seems to be their defining characteristic.

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