Global Warming Computer Models Meltdown as Antarctic sea ice hits new record high

Health & Environment By: Tad Lumpkin 9:12 am

(Daily Mail)- The levels of Antarctic sea-ice last week hit an all-time high – confounding climate change computer models which say it should be in decline. 

America’s National Snow And Ice Data Center, which is funded by Nasa, revealed that ice around the southern continent covers about 16million sq km, more than 2.1 million more than is usual for the time of year.

It is by far the highest level since satellite observations on which the figures depend began in 1979.
In statistical terms, the extent of the ice cover is hugely significant.

It represents the latest stage in a trend that started ten years ago, and means that an area the size of Greenland, which would normally be open water, is now frozen.

The Antarctic surge is so big that overall, although Arctic ice has decreased, the frozen area around both poles is one million square kilometres more than the long-term average.

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