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Antarctic Sea Ice ‘Rebound’ Surprises Scientists — MSM Silent

Just two years ago, many mainstream media outlets declared that sea ice at the South Pole was melting at an “astonishing” rate.

As recently pointed out by notrickszone.com, German national daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported in June 2019 that Antarctic sea ice had “shrunk 1.8 million square kilometers”, writing: “the massive disappearance of ice is astonishing”.

And while the reporting was technically factual, it has proven to be yet more AGW-driving obfuscation and cherry-picking rather than well-founded indications of a concerning climatic trend.

And now, in 2021, as the ice sharply rebounds, these same MSM outlets have fallen silent–which is speaking volumes…


Massive Sea Ice Rebound Goes Unreported

The climate-ambulance chasing MSM have stopped reporting on the state of the ice across the Southern Hemisphere.

And it is clear to see why:


Sea ice at the South Pole has rebounded in 2020 and 2021, to the levels of some 3-decades ago.

Moreover, the trend of the past 40+ years (the satellite era) remains one of significant growth (of approx 1% per decade).

In 2021, Antarctic sea ice is actually tracking well-above the multidecadal average (shown below).

It is the doomsday scenario that has disappeared, not the ice:


The NSIDC website is temporarily down, meaning I can’t share with you August 2021’s impressive data.

However, looking at the above graphic for June, that magenta line running around edges of the Antarctic ice sheet is the 1981-2010 median ice edge — clear for all to see is that this year’s extent is riding comfortably above the norm.

The Antarctic rebound of the past two years shows that there are still a host of natural drivers that remain unknown, writes Die kalte Sonne — it appears that oceanic cycles, such ENSO, SAM or the Indian Ocean play major roles on Antarctic sea ice variability, not linearly increasing CO2.


Classic Disinformation Technique

“Researchers are in agreement that the decline in Antarctic sea ice from 2016 to 2019 is due to natural causes,” writes Die kalte Sonne. “Obviously this is not a good topic for the Süddeutsche Zeitung, who prefer not to report on the ice recovery.”

Not informing the public about the most recent developments, but instead leaving them with a false impression based on carefully cherry-picked data from two years prior, is a classic disinformation technique that has long been perfected by the activist media.

For more on Antarctica, see:


And for today’s other article, click below:


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.


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

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12 Thoughts to “Antarctic Sea Ice ‘Rebound’ Surprises Scientists — MSM Silent”

  1. Kitty

    Website is down…so they can alter the data, perhaps? Or maybe I’m just cynical…

  2. Ian Pennell

    Interesting article, and not only that but Antarctica has been extremely cold- colder than usual that is. And that is in spite of Antarctica shedding more of its ultra- frigid air into lower latitudes (like South Africa, Australia and SE Brazil) than normal, which one would expect to have a warming effect over interior Antarctica.

    Now, increased sea-ice will result in more of the Sun’s heat reflected back into space (but it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere and the amounts of solar radiation will be very low in these latitudes at present) and the renewed La Nina will also have a cooling impact, but for Antarctica and large parts of the Southern Hemisphere to be significantly colder than usual there is clearly a significant Global Cooling effect- one that is clearly more than offsetting the warming effect of rising CO2 levels (the effect of which is exaggerated by the IPCC and the AGW brigade!

    1. Matt Dalby

      Also sea ice extent in the Arctic is the highest it’s been (at this time of year) for the past 5 or 6 years, and the summer melt seems to have stalled a couple of weeks ago. There’s roughly 4 weeks to go before the ice starts increasing in area again (the exact date this happens varies from year to year but is around 20th September). There is often a period of 3-4 weeks of very little ice loss before it starts expanding again. This means that minimum ice extent this year is almost certain to be well above 5 million km2, it was 5.8 million at the weekend, despite NOAA predicting it would drop below 5 million at the end of July. Do they realise how ridiculous these catastrophic predictions make them look.

      Also windy.com is forecasting a lot of snow over parts of Alaska and Northern Russia in the next week or so. As far as I can remember significant snow doesn’t normally start falling in the far north until well into September. It looks like winter could be coming early to the Northern hemisphere this year, as well as lingering late in the Southern Hemisphere.

      1. Ian Pennell

        @ Matt Dalby

        Yes, I use the Windy website to see what is happening (and predicted to happen) in different parts of the World. It has been interesting to see what happens to the Westerlies in the Northern Hemisphere, then the Southern Hemisphere during their respective Winter seasons. I note that the strongest Westerlies have often been displaced equatorwards of their normal latitudes- and upwards. Winds at the 250 mb level high over southern Australia have often exceeded 200 knots (230 mph) during this last month, thus the sinks for Westerly Atmospheric Angular Momentum have shifted equatorwards- and upwards (to affect high mountain areas), as I note from the Windy website.

        It is interesting to look at how the wind and temperature patterns are connected. Severe cold and expanded pack-ice around Antarctica seems to be pushing the surface Westerlies of the Southern Hemisphere a bit closer to the Equator, weakening them a bit below but strengthening them aloft. That’s what you expect with Global Cooling- combined with a drop off in ocean temperatures in most latitudes (La Nina is renewing itself). This, of course, portends more Antarctic blasts reaching down into middle Southern latitudes. The omens are not good for Aussies and Argentinians- unless they like snow and severe cold- along with a big heating bill!

        It will be interesting to see how Winter 2021-2022 plays out in the Northern Hemisphere. La Nina is a predictor for cold winters in Western Europe as is an Easterly Quasi Biennial Oscillation wind- pattern high over the Equator in preceding months- winds at 30 mb are now near 30 mph from the East!

  3. Archivarius

    Byrd Surface Camp Deep Freeze (buried under 100 feet of ice since the early ’60s)

    In the 1950’s — a permanent camp was established in West Antarctica called the Byrd Surface Camp. It was named after Admiral Richard E. Byrd who began exploring Antarctica, mostly by plane, in 1928. Small crews wintered over there in the 1960’s. It was kept running for many years, but was then abandoned in the 1970’s. The original buildings are buried more than 30 meters under the surface and are not accessible.
    https://www.passcal.nmt.edu/~bob/passcal/antarctica/ant26.html

  4. David

    The sea ice has rebounded because the Industrial world has paused in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID. I can see where I live that the sea water and the sky is much clearer snd more wildlife is appearing probably because there are far less planes flying around

  5. David A Nichols

    Facts? What facts? We don’t need no stinking facts! We have an agenda.

  6. Jack Van

    The same is true about the ozone layer. It has already added two thirds back
    You won’t hear it but it is on the US Geological website!

  7. P. J. Flanders

    I can’t sleep either. Seems like things are changing more and more rapidly.

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