South Pole froze over in coldest winter on record

Inconvenient. Aren’t the poles meant to warm first according to AGW theory?
And, we’ve recorded a current 40 year cooling trend at the South Pole? Hmmm.

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Antarctic sea ice [image credit: BBC] We’re asked to believe this is just a blip in the relentless march of supposedly human-caused global warming, but let’s give it a few more years to see how things progress.
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Antarctica’s frigid winter temperatures are in contrast to trends in the rest of the world, which overall recorded its fourth hottest summer, says LiveScience.

Between April and September, a research station sitting on a high plateau in Antarctica, registered an average temperature of minus 78 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 61 degrees Celsius).

That’s the coldest temperature recorded since record keeping began in 1957, and about 4.5 F (2.5 C) lower than the most recent 30-year average, according to The Washington Post.

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One Comment on “South Pole froze over in coldest winter on record”

  1. RU says:

    When they say “summer” are they talking Northern Hemisphere or something rather North-centric? I iz confuse.

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