Hottest Arctic Hype

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/13/hottest-arctic-record-triggers-massive-ice-melt/amp/

There has been a concerted effort in the last few days to run the latest Arctic scare story, such as this one in the Telegraph:

The Arctic shattered heat records in the past year as unusually warm air triggered massive melting of ice and snow and a late fall freeze, US government scientists said on Tuesday.

The grim assessment came in the Arctic Report Card 2016, a peer-reviewed document by 61 scientists around the globe issued by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The NOAA report covers from October 2015 to September 2016, a period it said the Arctic’s average annual air temperature over land was the highest on record.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/13/hottest-arctic-record-triggers-massive-ice-melt/amp/

The use of the word “heat”, has become prevalent lately, all designed to put slightly warmer weather into a bad light. All I can say to the writer of this article is that…

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2 thoughts on “Hottest Arctic Hype

  1. Morocco, December 18, 2016. Snowfall exceptional Ifrane .. not color louder than the white ..

    Morocco: Source: National News Agency
    Then filming this video on Friday, 16- Dec, 2016, and you see the side of the suffering of the drivers with the road leading to the No. 8 Ifrane from Fez. This is the entrance to the city of Ifrane, and as you can see unilateral way do not meet the huge number of cars and trucks and expatriate city and suffers with bus drivers for many problems when snowfall in the region. Deuteronomy road linking Fez and Ifrane has become very urgent need for the promotion of tourism and life, Switzerland, Morocco.

    Syria: Snowfall on the northern Homs Published on Dec 18, 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKnzPgT8JXo

    Bodir, Morocco, Dec 18, 2016

    Morocco, Published on Dec 18, 2016
    Snowfall in the door Bodir Taza ❄
    Snow closes the road between Azilal Demnate and for two days and people trapped.
    Morocco, Published on Dec 17, 2016 Breathtaking views between the cities of Imouzzer Ifrane and snow-covered

    Syria, snow in Al Rastan, Dec 18, 2016

    Reader’s comment: Snowfall in Morocco is not published by the Dutch MSM, also the snowfall in the USA is not on the Dutch television news. Big green doesn’t want us to know this. Every burning tree in Australia makes headline news, though

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