Japanese Antarctic Showa Station Has Been Cooling Over The Past 40 Years

Alarmists have claimed lately that global warming has hit Antarctica, finally. But that hasn’t been the case at all at the Japanese Showa station. 

Today we present a a temperature chart of the Japanese Antarctic Showa station, located on the East Ongul Island in Queen Maud LandAntarctica.

The temperature trend at Syowa, also called Showa, has been modestly downward since 1973:

Chart by: Kirye. Data source:: JMA.

There’s been no warming. Right now it’s winter in Antarctica and temperatures there are way below freezing. Recent claims that the ice is melting there are absurd.




7 responses to “Japanese Antarctic Showa Station Has Been Cooling Over The Past 40 Years”

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  2. Dr. Sponge

    The data looks fabricated. Readings from the Syowa station annual mean surface temperatures show a slight increase over the same time period.

  3. GWCynic.

    No! No! No! This is not how it works. The Japanese researchers did not have appropriate recording equipment until 2007. Years prior to then need to be adjusted to compensate for recording errors, ice accretion on equipment (because it was far colder than recorded then), and penguin poop. When that has been accomplished, it will be apparent that Antarctica is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world.

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