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Antarctic Sea Ice Extent has Tracked the 1979-1990 Average ALL YEAR

According to official government data from the National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC), 2020’s Antarctic Sea Ice Extent is tracking the 1979-1990 average.

Climate alarmists take note, the ice locked within Antarctica is far more important to your hokey climate theories than that contained in its northern cousin the Arctic.

The Antarctic contains 90% of our planet’s ice, and, therefore, if Antarctica isn’t melting then any potential sea-level rise will be severely limited.

And Antarctica isn’t melting.

According to the latest NSIDC data, sea ice extent around the southern pole has been tracking the 1979-1990 average ALL YEAR:

In addition, August 2020’s extent is currently greater than it was in the 1980s:


Since 1979 (the year sea ice satellite measurements began), carbon dioxide readings taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii have been on an “unnaturally linear” rise; while, during the same period, Antarctic Sea Ice Extent has been “extremely variable” with “the yearly minimum hitting both record highs and lows” (NOAA

Antarctica’s “extremely variable” minimum sea ice extent for each year (NOAA
CO2 levels at Mauna Loa which show an unnaturally linear rise.

This reveals that there is NO correlation between rising Mauna Loa CO2 levels and Antarctic Sea Ice Extent, and that climate alarmists are barking up the wrong tree in that regard.

Add to that, the Mauna Loa (Keeling) CO2 curve shows signs that it may in fact be doctored as “no real-world measurements of a parameter would follow such a clean, simple, and straight trajectory for 60 years,” posits Ned Nikolov Ph.D.:

And, the inconvenient climate bombs keep coming:

Higher levels of atmospheric CO2 have only-ever been BENEFICIAL to biodiversity on our planet, every life-form is carbon based, after all — carbon is the backbone of every known biological molecule.

Proxy data shows CO2 levels have never correlated with temperatures.

Heat should also be welcomed, for life on our planet thrives during periods of warmth, and is stifled during times of cold — serving as evidence for this is that fact that tropical forests cover <12% of all land yet contain the majority of plant and animal species; while the Arctic, which covers 10% of the land, contains just 600 plant species, 100 species of birds, no reptiles or amphibians, and only 20 mammals.

AGW advocates try to circumvent the connection between warm climates and biodiversity by claiming that the secondary effects of global warming, such as droughts or the melting of ice, threaten life — however, droughts are NOT increasing on a planetary scale, and, as highlighted above, the ice is NOT melting.

Heat = good.

Cold = bad.

Simple, really, yet the alarmist-brigade have it entirely backwards.

And now, the COLD TIMES appear to be returning in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow.

The Grand Solar MAXIMUM –in which humanity prospered and thrived thanks to a constant and predictable warmth– is unfortunately coming to an end, and is giving way to the next Grand Solar MINIMUM — cold = bad.

Even NASA appear to foresee this upcoming chill, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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