Polar Bears Granted A Reprieve

The same people who have been telling us that Polar Bears are dying due to polar sea ice loss, now say it will be another ten years before they start being affected.

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Study: Polar Bears Could Feel Global Warming’s Sting by 2025 – ABC News

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13 Responses to Polar Bears Granted A Reprieve

  1. Jim Steele says:

    as noted in your previous post there is a lot of BS/lies being disseminated to push climate catastrophe. Polar bears are doing great, yet the very same researchers have published that heavier ice caused the most stress for seal and bears, turn around and publish that less ice is endangering those very same species. Such papers should be retracted





  2. gator69 says:

    WTF is the USGS doing modeling Polar Bears?

    • The times have changed. The methods have not.

      Third Congress of the Comintern 1921

      Guidelines on the Organizational Structure of Communist Parties, on the Methods and Content of their Work
      Adopted at the 24th Session of the Third Congress of the Communist International, 12 July 1921


      12. Communist nuclei are to be formed for day-to-day work in different areas of party activity: for door-to-door agitation, for party studies, for press work, for literature distribution, for intelligence-gathering, communications, etc.

      Communist cells are nuclei for daily communist work in plants and workshops, in trade unions, in workers cooperatives, in military units, etc.-wherever there are at least a few members or candidate members of the Communist Party. If there are several party members in the same plant or trade union, etc., then the cell is expanded into a fraction whose work is directed by the nucleus.

      Should it first be necessary to form a broader, general oppositional faction or to participate in a pre-existing one, the communists must seek to gain the leadership of it by means of their own separate cell.

      Whether a communist cell should come out openly as communist in its milieu, let alone to the public at large, is determined by meticulous examination of the dangers and advantages in each particular situation.


    • rachase says:

      I had exactly the same thought. While the news release says the report will be part of a F&WL Service “recovery plan” (whatever that is), it gives credit for the study to the USGS. More evidence that our (strike that–it’s not ‘ours’, we lost control of it 6.5 years ago) the federal government is totally out of control.

  3. Windsong says:

    Unfortunately, virtually every outlet that runs this AP story will feature quotes from the Center for Biological Survey, or the Center for Biological Diversity, but nothing from Dr. Susan Crockford.
    Any follower of Tony that has a child/grandchild studying the “poor” polar bears in school has a great opportunity to get them on the right track over at polarbearscience.com.

  4. Graham Kirk says:

    I see its ‘could’ again. If my mother had wheels she ‘could’ be a bus. If the heat dont get ’em, they’ll be disolved in the ‘acidic’ oceans!!!

  5. Andy DC says:

    The Polar Bears COULD be doing worse in 2015. On the other hand they COULD be doing better. There is even a chance they COULD be doing exactly the same. They get paid for putting out this drivel?

  6. D. Self says:

    ABC news got tired of me commenting on their BS articles so they blocked me from commenting. Dissent is not allowed.

  7. rah says:

    Out government at work. Endangered status for a species that is not endangered and a now a “recovery plan” for the same.

    • gator69 says:

      My mother constantly gets nuisance alligators in her lake, that is entirely on her property, and yet is prohibited from dispatching them. She has to call a state licensed agent to come out and catch the alligator, which if under 6 feet, must be relocated. A hunting permit will cost you $1000, and is only good for two gators.

      Alligators were never endangered in Florida. My father was a seventh generation Floridian, and those real Floridians were gob smacked when gators were given a protected status in 1967. As a kid I used to see them in every drainage ditch and pond before the 1967 regulation.

      The real problem was that of invasive species. Damn Yankees and snow birds don’t understand the ecology of the state they invaded!

  8. shazaam says:


    What’s this crap about an updated model?

    The Laughingstock-in-Chief and Al-the-Bore have declared the “Science is Settled” ??

    One does NOT need to update the models and change the predictions in a “settled science”……

    Maybe the climate-clowns (aka climate “scientists”) didn’t get the memo?

  9. SxyxS says:

    I’m pretty sure in 2025
    we will read:”Polar bears to feel sting in 2035″

    and in 2035 they will write 2045 and so on.

    (btw :nice to see that more and more people reliase that all this is part of communist bullsh!t)

  10. rachase says:

    When I was doing research, it never occurred to me that the way to make things come out the way I wanted to was simply just to build myself a totally unverifiable model that gave me the desired result far enough into the future to appear credible, but no so far as to be irrelevant, Dumb me!

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