The answer is blowing in the Wind

I recently wrote about what I perceived as biased reporting about Arctic sea ice levels here. My reasoning is simple. How can you reasonably report that record low levels of Arctic sea ice is being caused by global warming if you don’t also mention Antarctic sea ice. Now this doesn’t imply that I have any evidence that global warming isn’t too blame, I am just pointing out that there is probably more to the story, and a real journalist would try to find out what that is.

So now the real scientists and journalists are weighing in and it turns out that there is more to the story (h/t to

Anthony Watts weighs in here.

This again points out the thing I hate most about global warming hype. Every natural variation in the directory of warmer weather is blamed on global warming. Every variation in the other direction is ignored or downplayed.


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