Antarctic Sea Ice Area Drops Below Normal For The First Time In Four Years

Something I’ve notice myself by simply observing the ebb and flow of ice the past few years. The UK Met Office said when I enquired “You mention antiphased oscillations in your enquiry, though this process operates on a longer millenial timescale and so is not considered responsible for the current observed trends [in Antarctic sea ice]” Which makes the NOAA chart all the more intriguing.

Real Science

Last week, climate criminals were blaming the increase in Antarctic sea ice on global warming. Gaia immediately responded to their shameless, cynical fraud by dropping sea ice area below normal for the first time in four years.

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Arctic and Antarctic ice anomalies move opposite each other. Now that the Arctic is gaining sea ice, Antarctica is starting to lose sea ice.

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