North Pole too icy now to mention October 15, 2008Posted by honestclimate in Global Cooling.
Tags: climate change, Global Cooling, global warming, north pole
North Pole too icy now to mention
From Andrew Bolt Blog, October 15, 2008
Remember all those dire warnings in the media of an ice-free North Pole this (northern) summer? Remember the British eco-explorer, Lewis Gordon Pugh, announcing he’d paddle to the Pole to draw attention to the frightening lack of ice?
Has anyone in the main-stream media since told you that Pugh had to call off his plan, still 600 miles from the North Pole, when his kayak ran into too much ice?
Anyone in the media since told you there was in fact 9 per cent more ice at the Arctic this summer than there was last?
And is anyone in the media telling you that the refreeze at the Arctic this autumn is remarkably fast and widespread?
(Thanks to reader Gavin and others. Image from University of Illinois.)