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Twenty-Three Consecutive Months Of Above Normal Antarctic Sea Ice

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Twenty-Three Consecutive Months Of Above Normal Antarctic Sea Ice

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Every day for the last 23 months, Antarctic sea ice area has been above normal. It is currently 13,100 Manhattans above normal. To put this in perspective, alarmists got hysterical last year about a perfectly normal glacier calving in Greenland – which was 2 Manhattans in size. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.south.anom.1979-2008 Greenland Glacier Sheds Two Manhattans’ Worth of […]

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