New York Times Shows Little Change In Arctic Sea Ice Since 1971

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The New York Times is highlighting this map today.

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Their map shows minimum ice extent to be very similar to the National Geographic map from 1971

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Arctic Ocean Map 1971 by National Geographic from

In 1958, The New York Times predicted the Arctic would be ice-free by now

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The Changing Face of the Arctic – Article –

Unfortunately, they have no actual journalists remaining at the New York Times to do any fact checking.

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2 thoughts on “New York Times Shows Little Change In Arctic Sea Ice Since 1971

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