So after being at anonymously high levels quite recently, we now have anonymous lows. Now where have I heard that before?
“Estimates from Nimbus I and Nimbus II for September 1964 and
May–August 1966 respectively found anomalous Antarctic sea
ice extents in both 1964 and 1966.”
By Paul Homewood
A few days ago, the US National Snow and Ice Data Center announced that the Antarctic sea ice contracted to just 883,015 sq. miles, which is the smallest on record.
Experts assert that, if changes are not made to pollution and our fossil fuel industry, a number of species will be threatened as sea levels (and temperatures) continue to rise.
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