by Jim Steele The Arctic Ocean was nick-named the “upside down Ocean” by Fridtjof Nansen. Nansen was a famous Norwegian zoologists, oceanographer, and Arctic explorer as well as winner of…
From the DAILY SCEPTIC BY CHRIS MORRISON Arctic sea ice continued its stonking recovery last month, recording its 24th highest level in the 45-year modern satellite record...
Thus, claims by alarmists attributing rising CO2 to any loss of Arctic sea ice and so-called “Arctic amplification” is not supported by the evidence.
Susan Crockford, a zoologist, discusses the challenges in accurately estimating polar bear populations and the ongoing debate between Inuit communities and polar bear specialists regarding population sizes.
There is mounting evidence that Arctic sea ice is cyclical rather than linear, and owes a great deal to natural influences such as a powerful ocean current called the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation (AMO).
Contradictions and failed predictions abound.
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...so far, there have been no reports from this region of incidents of cannibalism, starving bears found wandering the landscape like zombies, or desperate attacks on people that polar bear specialists have warned...
Abundant polar bear habitat this fall across the Arctic so far, with only Hudson Bay sea ice formation a bit behind schedule.
More honest reporting is required from media outlets, climate scientists and government bodies about the true nature of change, good news as well as bad, instead of highly selective reporting or misreporting to build an alarmist...
Sea ice formation along shorelines attracts fish and seals and that means polar bears which spent the summer onshore will soon eat again after their summer fast.
Guest Post by Javier Vinós Arctic sea ice is lowest during the month of September, and its average extent during this month is a useful metric for measuring Arctic sea…
We notice that when the opposite happens, e.g. heat, storms or more melt happens, then it’s all because of climate warming. But when it goes the other way, then it’s weather!
Arctic sea ice failed to nose-dive again this year, undoubtedly disappointing expects who have been anticipating a ‘death-spiral’ decline for ages.
Any unusual variation in weather and natural events is treated as evidence of a climate collapse requiring urgent human intervention.
Shame on all the alarmists that weaponized weather and natural penguin struggles to push a climate crisis!
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