No Trend In Arctic Sea Ice For Ten Years

Despite record CO2 output over the past 10 years, despite the “Hottest Ever – Year, Month, Day” blah blah blah, and despite doomsday predictions from 97% of earth’s climate experts, the Arctic fails to melt away…

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Experts insist that the Arctic is melting down at -20C, but they are lying. There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice area since the 2006 peak.

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http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.anom.1979-2008

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One Comment on “No Trend In Arctic Sea Ice For Ten Years”

  1. I’ve been suggesting for a while that we have a 60 year trend peaking in 2010. And … where does the minimum ice level occur … 2010. If true, then the current El Nino ought to be followed by a relatively larger cooling That suggest the El Nino will see a pronounced decline this year. It will then bob around for a couple of years … as would be expected after El Nino … but lower. However, for 2017/18 we’ll hear constant reframes of it’s “only to be expect” and that it means “even more pronounced warming will occur”. Then around 2019/20 instead of going up as alarmists constantly said it would, it will get slightly cooler. That will be the point at which the theory has totally broken down.

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