By Paul Homewood
The Telegraph has picked up on my series of stories on Arctic sea ice. In particular, with a refreshing willingness to look at inconvenient facts, they have reported how the ice has been redrawing at a record pace since the minimum, something I have repeatedly pointed out. (for some reason, the NSIDC and Met Office don’t think it relevant to tell the public about this).
The Telegraph also remind readers about Peter Wadhams’ nonsensical forecasts..
Experts said Arctic sea ice would melt entirely by September 2016 – they were wrong
Dire predictions that the Arctic would be devoid of sea ice by September this year have proven to be unfounded after latest satellite images showed there is far more now than in 2012.
There are some useful maps and graphs, and in particular this one showing how, contrary to oft quoted misdirection, ice volume has…
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