The Amount Of Sea Ice On Earth Isn’t Changing

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Since 1979, Antarctic sea ice has increased by the same amount as Arctic sea ice has decreased

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Prior to 1979, Arctic sea ice increased by the same amount as Antarctic ice decreased.

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NSIDC cleverly truncates the pre-1979 data, because it wrecks their fake global warming theory.  The poles are cyclical and move opposite each other. Actual scientists would try to understand it, rather than simply denying that they know about it.

The Earth is not warming, and hasn’t been for almost 20 years.

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No, The Polar Ice Caps Are Not Disappearing Katherine

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Several times a day, news reports go out that the polar ice caps are melting, and it is drowning Pacific islanders. As with everything else related to this scam, it is complete BS.

Arctic sea ice extent is almost identical to twenty years ago.

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Arctic sea ice is closely tracking 2006, the year with the highest summer minimum from the past decade.

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Greenland has gained 500 billion tons of ice since September, and the melt season there is almost a month late

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Temperatures on the Greenland Ice Sheet are extremely cold, and scientists there are getting buried in snow and ice

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The amount of sea ice on Earth has been running above normal for the past two years.

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Temperatures on the Antarctic Ice Sheet are incredibly cold

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Visualizing How The White House Is Defrauding You About Precipitation

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The National Climate Assessment uses this map, showing that heavy rainfalls have increased in the US since 1958

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Heavy Downpours Increasing | National Climate Assessment

Look what they did. They picked the low point of the US record to begin their graph.

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In fact, heavy rainfall events in the US are no more common than they were 100 years ago, when CO2 was close to 300 PPM. This is blatantly misleading propaganda, intended to give the reader the exactly wrong impression.

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