Arctic sea ice extent has increased by 40% compared to its state five years ago.
Greenland registered a considerable increase as it gained ten times as much as ice as it did half a decade ago. It gained the fifth highest on record.
The Petermann Glacier, Greenland’s most famous glacier, has grown steadily and dramatically the past five years. This happens to be in sharp contrast from 1939, when the glaciers of Greenland and Norway were facing catastrophic collapse then.
NASA gave a predictable but controversial response to the inconvenient 1930’s warmth in the Eastern Arctic by just attempting to erase it away.
65 years ago, the glaciers of Norway and Alaska had lost half of their mass, and seriously threatened to drown seaports. That’s another huge change from what’s happening now.
Real climate science.com says climate scientists have responded to this year’s large Arctic ice gain by doing the only thing they seem to do “best”– lie about it.
Some of the readers of the site responded to the article, mostly debunking climate change theorists and slamming its theorists and defenders. One commented: “If these “warmest fanatics” would pay attention to scientific facts and stop going gaga over the 97% of their heroes that manipulate data to get the outcome that gets them more govt. grant money; then maybe they’ll get some respect.”
Another blamed the reporting of mainstream media on the matter and said: “Funny, the MSM is still spewing Arctic ice is retreating at record rates.”
Another wrote: “The hottest decade of the twentieth century was the thirties, their records still beat anything since, so of course the ice melted, and this was before jet airplanes, hundreds of millions of cars, semi trucks, our Navy, our Air force, and farmer plowed with horses. So you still believe in anthropological warming?? And the tooth fairy?? WTFU!”
And one reader had this to say: “These climate change people make me cringe. Humans have existed for a tiny tiny speck of time on this planet. We have no idea of what is “normal’. I live in Indiana in the states. We know from geology that Indiana has had glaciers, a rainforest, and been covered by sea water. Can someone please tell me which one is normal?”