Polar Ice Not Melting, But Global Warming Story Is

Kerry Jackson
Investors.com
12/29/2014

Feeling low about the incessant screeching that the ice is catastrophically melting at the poles? A lot of us are, so it’s good to see a researcher buck the narrative.

Ted Maksym, an oceanographer at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, has drawn a conclusion that will surely bring him grief from the global-warming believers and cold shoulder from most of the mainstream media, which is heavily invested in the idea that man is heating his planet by burning fossil fuels.

“The North and South Poles are ‘not melting,'” the British Express reported on Christmas.

“In fact,” the Express said in its coverage of Maksym’s finding, “the poles are ‘much more stable’ than climate scientists once predicted and could even be much thicker than previously thought.”

Remember those words “previously thought.” In the future we will be seeing them a lot more in reference to the continued unraveling of the global warming fable. In the meantime, kudos to the Express for publishing what the mainstream American media refuse to report.

 

 

Also at the site, Global Warming Predictions Not Backed Up By Reality In ’14

Closing out 2014 will be easier than closing out the fearmongering that churns the global warming, or, rather, climate change hysteria. But reality continues to show that the “settled science” is anything but settled and is actually closer to a lie agreed upon…

 

 

Related: Opinion: The Clean Power Plan Is Unconstitutional

…Although my comments opposing the EPA’s proposal were joined by a major coal producer, they reflect my professional conclusions as an independent legal scholar. I say only what I believe, whether I do so pro bono, or in this case having been retained by others. After studying the only legal basis offered for the EPA’s proposed rule, I concluded that the agency is asserting executive power far beyond its lawful authority…

…The [EPA] would effectively dictate the energy mix used in each state and leave the state with essentially no choice in implementing its plan…

 

 

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