Arctic summers stay icy

There have been a number of predictions of ice free summers in the Arctic and here is another one from 2013

They seem pretty convinced their modelling is correct. But how do the measurements go in showing this rapid decline?

No matter how much the the likes of the IPCC and the modellers try to point to a link between CO2 saturation in the atmosphere and effects of the  gradual warming we are experiencing, they just prove again and again how little their models are really worth.

When you think you have isolated the one thing that controls the climate, CO2, due to the premise the globe was in an equilibrium until fossil fuels came along. You must wonder how long before they realise they got this one wrong.

 

Loading spinner
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x