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March Sea Ice: Arctic Stable 16 Years, Gains 504,000 Sq Km Since 2017! Antarctic Above Mean!

March Sea Ice: Arctic Stable 16 Years, Gains 504,000 Sq Km Since 2017! Antarctic Above Mean!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThough it has dropped since its peak in 1979, Arctic sea ice extent in March has remained stable since 2005. There are two months that are of particular interest in the Arctic: September, when sea ice reaches its minimum, and March, when it reaches its maximum. Gains 504,000 sq km. Today we look at […]

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Antarctic Sea Ice Grows 2 Million Sq. Km - Area As Big As Saudi Arabia. And: Hamburg Spring Arriving Later...

Antarctic Sea Ice Grows 2 Million Sq. Km – Area As Big As Saudi Arabia. And: Hamburg Spring Arriving Later…

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAntarctic sea ice grows 2 million square kilometers in 4 years… It’s hard to back up the statement: Global warming is global. Some places have seen warming over the past 40 years (e.g. Arctic), but other places have not. Antarctica definitely has not been playing along with the man-made global warming hoax. (Yes, man […]

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Stalled Warming: Global Mean Temperature Continues To Cool, Polar Sea Ice Stable At Normal Levels

Stalled Warming: Global Mean Temperature Continues To Cool, Polar Sea Ice Stable At Normal Levels

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Snowfan Global cool-down. 2m-temperature-deviation in March 2021 cut in half compared to a year earlier. Source: Karsten Haustein. Global “Rahmstorf warming” continues in March 2021. Like January and February,March 2021 has so far been significantly colder than the same month last year. In the NCEP analysis up to 17 March 2021 and in […]

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False Alarm: IPCC Models Say A Warming Antarctica REDUCES Sea Levels -0.8 Of A Meter By 3000

False Alarm: IPCC Models Say A Warming Antarctica REDUCES Sea Levels -0.8 Of A Meter By 3000

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe IPCC-endorsed anthropogenic global warming (AGW) paradigm finds a warming Antarctica results in more precipitation locked up as ice on the continent. This contributes to reducing sea levels: a -1.2 mm/year−1 mitigation of sea level rise over the next 80 years. In the 4th IPCC report, Working Group 1 (the physical science) reported that […]

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Alfred Wegener Institute Sea Ice Extent: "Both Polar Regions At NORMAL LEVELS"...Siberia 6-8°C Colder

Alfred Wegener Institute Sea Ice Extent: “Both Polar Regions At NORMAL LEVELS”…Siberia 6-8°C Colder

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlfred Wegener Institute: Sea ice development in both polar regions at normal level Arctic On 31 January, 2021, the sea-ice extent in the Arctic was 14.29 million km², roughly the same level as in the previous two years. In terms of the long-term trend for the month, January 2021 comes in at 7th place […]

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NASA Surface Station Data Show East Antarctica NOT WARMING Past 4 Decades...Cooling Trend

NASA Surface Station Data Show East Antarctica NOT WARMING Past 4 Decades…Cooling Trend

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Today we update 12 stations located at the eastern side of Antarctica, where surface temperatures are colder than those located near the peninsula: Chart: NASA-GISS.  Below the NASA data from the 12 stations are plotted going back almost 4 decades, to 1983. The first chart has 4 of the stations, […]

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Antarctica Has Been COOLING Over The Past Quarter Century, NASA's Surface Station Data Show

Antarctica Has Been COOLING Over The Past Quarter Century, NASA’s Surface Station Data Show

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNASA mean annual temperature data going back a quarter century show no warming over Antarctica By Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Where’s the warming and ice melt? Today we revisit 13 critical stations located on and around the Antarctic Peninsula. They are important because alarmists like to tell and scare us that the ice mass […]

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Seals, Mammoths, Horses, Waterfowl...All Tell Us Claims Of Exceptional Modern Warmth Are Bull Hockey

Seals, Mammoths, Horses, Waterfowl…All Tell Us Claims Of Exceptional Modern Warmth Are Bull Hockey

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe survivable temperature thresholds for terrestrial animals in both hemispheres affirm recent millennia were much warmer with less sea ice than today. Antarctica hasn’t warmed in the last 70 years (Singh et al., 2020). The Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica has been cooling and sea ice has been expanding since 1979 (Fan et al., 2014; […]

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Over 400 Scientific Papers Published In 2020 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Over 400 Scientific Papers Published In 2020 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitter In 2020, more than 400 scientific papers were published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. Over 400 scientific papers […]

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Greenland Fall Temperatures Unchanged. Proxy Data Show No Warming At 8 Of 9 Antarctic Peninsula Sites Since 1830!

Greenland Fall Temperatures Unchanged. Proxy Data Show No Warming At 8 Of 9 Antarctic Peninsula Sites Since 1830!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Before looking at Antarctica Peninsula, we first take a look at Greenland, which also is considered by the global warming alarmists to be part of the most threatening tipping points. If the ice on Greenland ever melted, like they warn it will, sea levels globally would rise some 6 […]

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2 More Studies Affirm Nothing Unusual Or Unprecedented Is Occurring In Polar Climates Today

2 More Studies Affirm Nothing Unusual Or Unprecedented Is Occurring In Polar Climates Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOnly a few thousand years ago, when CO2 levels were both stable and low (~265 ppm), the  (1) Arctic had far less ice and more vegetation than it does now and (2) the massive rate of ice melt in Antarctica rendered modern melt rates negligible by comparison. A new study (Cherezova et al., 2020) […]

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New Study: East Antarctica Was Up To 6°C Warmer Than Today During The Medieval Warm Period

New Study: East Antarctica Was Up To 6°C Warmer Than Today During The Medieval Warm Period

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs recently as 2000 to 1000 years ago, spanning the Roman to Medieval Warm Periods, East Antarctica was 5-6°C warmer than it is today. The consequent ice melt resulted in >60 meters higher water levels in East Antarctica’s lakes. East Antarctica has been rapidly cooling in recent decades, with magnitudes reaching -0.7°C to -2.0°C […]

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