Record Sea Ice Growth After The Shortest Melt Season On RecordPosted: September 24, 2015
The climate is certainly changing in the Arctic, only in the exact opposite way to what global warming alarmists, the Whitehouse and the Pope would prefer, or have you believe.
The Arctic melt season normally last six months, from the first day of spring to the last day of summer. This year the melt season lasted just over five months and ice has been growing at a record rate since September 1. There was a dip after August 15 which was caused by early winter storms that broke up the ice.
Government experts say that the Arctic is ice free, because they are incompetent hacks.