New Report Suggests 2016 Heat Wave Was Anomaly, Antarctica Is Actually Getting Colder
Liberals are going to hate new data that casts even more doubt on their crumbling notion that Antarctica is melting, but they sure need to pay attention to it.
A study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment in February debunks the notion that the South Pole is melting.
In fact, according to the study, the opposite is happening.
The report stated that while the Antarctic Peninsula — the northernmost point of the continent — is “often described as a region with one of the largest warming trends on Earth since the 1950s,” new research indicates that temperatures in the region have shifted from a warming trend to a cooling trend over the last three decades.
The data also showed that the cooling temperatures have already impacted the cryosphere in the northern Antarctic, which includes a “slow-down of glacier recession, a shift to surface mass gains of the peripheral glacier and a thinning of the active layer of permafrost in northern AP islands.”
In 2016, Antarctic researchers were sounding the alarm over higher than usual temperatures at the bottom of the world, but this new data suggests that was an anomaly.
Former Vice President Al Gore, fake scientist Bill Nye and all environmentalists are going to hate this report because it proves that all the junk they’ve been preaching for the last 30 years about global warming is nothing but that — junk.
Don’t expect them to take it all back, though.
In fact, you can expect that Gore, Nye and the mainstream media won’t even cover this report. They have spent decades, not to mention billions of dollars, pushing the global warming agenda on the public, and they have even gone as far as to label those who question their so-called authority on the matter as “deniers.”
As usual, liberals resort to name calling once they begin losing an argument. However, their name-calling won’t change the facts — facts they will certainly ignore, as they have done many times before.