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Global Warming Causes Antarctic Ice to Grow to 30 Year High
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On October 8, 2012 @ 12:48 pm In The Point | 15 Comments
Global warming, is there anything it can’t do?
Antarctic sea ice has expanded to cover the largest area recorded since satellite mapping began more than three decades ago. The expansion continues a trend of increasing Antarctic sea ice cover of about 1 per cent a decade and is at odds with predictions of climate change models that continue to forecast a long-term decline.
Well clearly the antarctic sea ice expansion is a fraud perpetuated by the oil industry and scientists in the pay of the oil industry. It must be immediately melted down to conclusively prove the existence of global warming and anyone who says otherwise probably hates science.
Rob Massom from the Australian Antarctic Division and Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Co-operative Research Centre in Hobart said this week: “The message is there is a lot of work to better understand what processes are occurring around Antarctica and the role of these processes in affecting sea ice.” Dr Massom said the most authoritative climate change models forecast a loss of up to 30 per cent of Antarctic sea ice by the end of the century, and did not indicate the present expansion.
Global Warming is a fact, except when it’s not. Then more work needs to be done to understand it. But 30 percent more, 30 percent less; who’s keeping track?
The important thing is that change is happening and all change is proof of climate change. If the temperature rises or falls then the climate has changed which means that we must stop our cruel carbon exhalations, watch our carbon footprints and go back to living in caves or the icebergs will melt… or perhaps increase dramatically.
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