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Why Is Antarctica's Climate Considered 'Global' But Arctic Siberia's Is Not?

Why Is Antarctica’s Climate Considered ‘Global’ But Arctic Siberia’s Is Not?

Share this… Facebook TwitterIndependent analyses from multiple independent sources indicate Arctic Siberia was 3 to 5°C warmer than today during the peak of the last glacial, or when CO2 levels were below 200 ppm. Measurements from Antarctica’s ice sheet are almost invariably used to characterize both the global-scale atmospheric CO2 levels and climate for the […]

Antarctica Putting Brakes On Global Sea Level Rise! And: ‘World Climate News’ Makes Debut

Share this… Facebook TwitterNew climate science videos now in English – made in Germany: ‘World Climate News’ YouTube channel.  In the first video: Alarmist sea level rise scenarios looking more unlikely…some Antarctic regions will see cooling… The German Die kalte Sonne site, and then later Klimanachrichten now presents its climate and energy news videos in […]

Antarctica's Missing Warming: Japanese Syowa Station Shows Cooling Since 1977

Antarctica’s Missing Warming: Japanese Syowa Station Shows Cooling Since 1977

Share this… Facebook TwitterChart by Mrs. Heller, a.k.a. Kirye Despite all the claims of a “rapidly warming planet”, we know Antarctic sea ice extent has seen a rather impressive upward trend over the past 40 years, which tells us cooling is more likely at play. Here’s southern hemisphere sea ice extent chart (up to 2017): […]

Scientists: Antarctica Has Not Warmed For Over 70 Years

Scientists: Antarctica Has Not Warmed For Over 70 Years

Share this… Facebook TwitterNew studies affirm Antarctica has not been cooperating with either the global warming or “polar amplification” narratives. “The Antarctic continent has not warmed in the last seven decades, despite a monotonic increase in the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases.” – Singh and Polvani, 2020 Image Source: Singh and Polvani, 2020 Antarctica Peninsula […]

Dramatic Cooling And Recent Ice Shelf Advance Over The Antarctic Peninsula

Dramatic Cooling And Recent Ice Shelf Advance Over The Antarctic Peninsula

Share this… Facebook TwitterScientists struggle to keep their stories straight regarding the anthropogenic CO2 impact on polar climates. It is claimed that anthropogenic CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels are responsible for amplifying warming (“polar amplification“) and ice melt in polar climates, consistent with pronouncements pertaining to anthropogenic global warming. However, Antarctica’s Larsen Ice Shelf […]

Nature Geoscience: "Eastern Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet HAS GROWN Over Last 20 Years"

Nature Geoscience: “Eastern Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet HAS GROWN Over Last 20 Years”

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe German Klimaschau here presents a new video, this one featuring a new study on the Antarctic Ice Shelf published in Nature Geoscience: Ice sheet “has grown” According to a University of Cambridge press release dated May 13, 2022, “The eastern Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet has grown in area over the last […]

New Study Affirms Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions Play No Role In Larsen Ice Shelf Melt

New Study Affirms Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions Play No Role In Larsen Ice Shelf Melt

Share this… Facebook TwitterThere are four main reasons why Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf may be melting. None of them involve human forcing or CO2 concentration changes. Scientists have recently completed an exhaustive 20-year study of the “most significant causes of melting” of the Larsen C Ice Shelf in the Antarctic Peninsula. They have concluded […]

Climatologists Embarrassed: Increase In Global CO2 Levels Accompanied By Arctic Sea Ice Growth!

Climatologists Embarrassed: Increase In Global CO2 Levels Accompanied By Arctic Sea Ice Growth!

Share this… Facebook TwitterToday we look at the polar ice caps, which the global warming wingnuts claim is the canary in the coal mine and predicted earlier they’d melt and collapse. For example, Al Gore warned the Arctic ice would disappear by 2014. While CO2 has gone up, Arctic sea ice has RISEN over past […]

New Study: The 2016-2020 Antarctic Sea Ice Decline May Be Traced To Natural Processes

New Study: The 2016-2020 Antarctic Sea Ice Decline May Be Traced To Natural Processes

Share this… Facebook TwitterDefying climate models, the sea ice surrounding Antarctica steadily increased during the 37 years from 1979-2015. Even after many decades of studying climate processes and a supposed “consensus” that hemispheric-scale sea ice should decline in a rising CO2 concentration world, climate models cannot simulate the causative mechanisms for sea ice variability. “Over […]

A Warmer Climate, Less Sea Ice, Sea Levels 5-16 Meters Higher Than Today An 'Optimum' For Penguins

A Warmer Climate, Less Sea Ice, Sea Levels 5-16 Meters Higher Than Today An ‘Optimum’ For Penguins

Share this… Facebook TwitterA new study (Gao et al., 2022) suggests Antarctica’s sea levels (Ross Sea) were more than 16 meters higher than today ~5,000 years ago and still 5.5 meters higher ~3,000 years ago. Penguins thrived with the warmer climate and diminished sea ice. Image Source: Gao et al., 2022 “Since 1.5 kyr BP, […]

Leading German Scientists: Record Low February 2022 Antarctic Sea Ice Statistically Has "No Particular Relevance"

Leading German Scientists: Record Low February 2022 Antarctic Sea Ice Statistically Has “No Particular Relevance”

Share this… Facebook TwitterSilencing the alarm: After barely beating sea ice the lows recorded in 1993, 1997 and 2017, German scientists say Antarctic record low of 2022 statistically has “no particular relevance”.  The most recent and outstanding German language Klimaschau video evaluates the Antarctic sea ice trend over the satellite measurement period, i.e. since 1978. […]

The Southwest Atlantic To West Antarctic Peninsula Region Has Been Cooling Since The 1990s

The Southwest Atlantic To West Antarctic Peninsula Region Has Been Cooling Since The 1990s

Share this… Facebook TwitterScientists continue to document a sea surface cooling in the vast waters above Antarctica. As recently as a few thousand years ago the Sub-Antarctic (South Georgia) region was 5 to 10°C warmer than it is today (Xia et al., 2020). Image Source: Xia et al., 2020 About 1,000 years ago (the Medieval […]

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