Viewpoints: Letters / Opinions
Arctic Sea Ice Fraud?
By Paul Mason
March 17, 2015
The sudden plunge in reported "Arctic Sea Ice Extent" defies logic.
After all, North America had its coldest winter in about 100 years, yet the supposed Arctic Sea Ice Extent has reportedly SUDDENLY dropped to its lowest level in many, many years.
Most likely, the explanation is someone has fiddled with "model hindcasts to refine future projections of ice extent".
In other words, the likely explanation is someone has fiddled with the definition of "Arctic Sea Ice Extent" in order to perpetuate the fraud of global warming.
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Received March 10, 2015
- Published March 17, 2015
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