growth in Arctic ice from over 40 years ago …

Steven Goddard completely blows away the ‘melting Arctic’ hype, courtesy of a National Geographic map of the ice from 1971. He shows that the alarmist ‘catastrophists’ are no more than pseudo-scientific quacks: Arctic Ice Growth Since 1971

Reader Brian D sent over this 1971 National Geographic map, which shows that there is a lot more Arctic sea ice now than there was 42 years ago.

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Arctic Ocean Map 1971 by National Geographic from

I remember seeing that map at the time.  The next map overlays current ice extent on the 1971 map, with green representing ice present in 2013 that was not present in 1971, and red representing the opposite. […] Check it all out!

Leading ‘climastrologist catastrophist’ Mark Serreze is caught out:

“It’s continuing down in a death spiral.”

– Mark Serreze

Another big-ice Arctic thaw, say experts

Wrong again still.  It seems they don’t know what happened before 1979. Goddard, again

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COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Government climate experts say that all of the ice will melt during the next couple of weeks.

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013′

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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  1. Pingback: These items caught my eye – 31 July 2013 | grumpydenier

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