World Temperatures Plummet: Further Arctic Ice Panic Is Just Empty Drama

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The climate change fraud continues to be stretched thin by data representing actual measurements and not faulty and biased computer models. Many climate scientists are predicting a major multi-decade cooling trend based on sun spot activity, which is the arguably the biggest determinant of climate on planet earth. Technocrats who promote Arctic ice panic are desperate to promote Sustainable Development, 2030 Agenda, New Urban Agenda, etc., which all amount to warmed-over Technocracy from the 1930s.  TN Editor

In April the ex­tent of Arc­tic sea ice was back to where it was in April 13 years ago, and most has been at least two me­tres thick

In­evitably, when even satel­lite tem­per­a­tures were show­ing 2016 as “the hottest year on record”, we were go­ing to be told last win­ter that the Arc­tic ice was at its low­est ex­tent ever. Sure enough, be­fore Christ­mas, a re­port from the US Na­tional Oceanic and At­mo­spheric Ad­min­is­tra­tion was greeted with such head­lines as “Hottest Arc­tic on record trig­gers mas­sive ice melt”. In March we had the BBC trum­pet­ing an­other study that blamed van­ish­ing Arc­tic ice as the cause of weather which led to the worst-ever smog in Beijing, warn­ing that it “could even threaten the Beijing Win­ter Olympics in 2022”.

But last week we were brought back to earth by the Danish Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal In­sti­tute (DMI), as charted by our friend Paul Home­wood on his blog No­talotof­peo­ple­knowthat, with the news that ever since De­cem­ber tem­per­a­tures in the Arc­tic have con­sis­tently been lower than mi­nus 20C. In April the ex­tent of Arc­tic sea ice was back to where it was in April 13 years ago. Fur­ther­more, whereas in 2008 most of the ice was ex­tremely thin, this year most has been at least two me­tres thick. The Green­land ice cap last win­ter in­creased in vol­ume faster than at any time for years.

As for those record tem­per­a­tures brought in 2016 by an ex­cep­tion­ally strong El Niño, the satel­lites now show that in re­cent months global tem­per­a­tures have plum­meted by more that 0.6 de­grees: just as happened 17 years ago af­ter a sim­i­larly strong El Niño had also made 1998 the “hottest year on record”.

This means the global tem­per­a­ture trend has now shown no fur­ther warming for 19 years. But the BBC won’t be telling us any of this. And we are still stuck with that in­sanely dam­ag­ing Cli­mate Change Act, which in this elec­tion will scarcely get a men­tion.

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