Climate Reality 20 – Climate Psyop Computer Models 0

Climate computer models yet again proven wrong, this time by an increase in the Antarctic ice.

The following featured article from the Global Warming Policy Foundation came to us via Net Zero Watch. We highly recommend you visit both these organisations for some highly illuminating and empowering articles.

We’re not sure whether the score is really 20-0 – it could be a lot higher – but the fact of the matter is that when it comes to predicting what is going to happen, or even just observing what IS happening, the climate hysteria cult is taking a bit of a clobbering from reality.

There are of course many issues concerning the environment that require our attention and remedial action but the climate change thing as currently heavily propagandised is a red herring and distraction designed to con us into accepting economic destruction without actually engaging the responsible husbandry the planet and its human communities require.

New study reveals Antarctic ice shelf area has grown by 5305 km2 from 2009-2019

SOURCE: The Global  Warming Policy Foundation

A new study by a team of climate scientists and published by the European Geosciences Union reveals that the Antarctic ice shelf area has grown by 5305 km2 from 2009-2019, gaining 661 Gt of ice mass over the past decade.

The new observations confirm the findings of eminent meteorologist whose research has shown that trends in polar sea-ice levels give little cause for alarm.

In a paper published just over a year ago by the Global Warming Policy Foundation, Professor Bates contrasted climate model simulations – which predict significantly decreasing sea ice levels in both hemispheres – with empirical data and observed trends in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice.

Professor Bates said:

“In 2007, Al Gore told us that Arctic sea ice levels were ‘falling off a cliff’. It’s clear now that he was completely wrong. In fact, the trends in sea-ice are an antidote to climate alarm.”

Professor Bates also says that little reliance should be placed on model simulations of future sea-ice decline:

“Climate models failed to predict the growth in Antarctic sea ice, and they missed the recent marked slowdown of sea-ice decline in the Arctic. It would be unwarranted to think they are going to get things right over the next 30 years.”

Professor Bates’ paper can be downloaded here (pdf)

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