Temperatures In Antarctica Tumble Back Below Multidecadal Average, As Satellite Data Reveals 40 Years Of Cooling and Ice Expansion

The MSM’s latest tizzy is over the collapse of the Conger ice shelf. But at 1,200 sq km, the shelf makes up just 0.0086% of Antarctica’s 14 million sq km ice sheet, and fails to even dent the 4+ decades of growth.