by Cap Allon
July 06, 2020

from Electroverse Website







Antarctic Sea Ice is Growing,

both Extent and Concentration

Greater Now than in 1980



The UN and their scraggly little offshoot, the IPCC, are at it again - obfuscating data in order to push their fraudulent catastrophic global warming agenda.


According to the IPCC, and picked up the usual AGW propaganda rags such as The Guardian:

"the South pole is warming three times faster than rest of the world."

The Guardian article dated June 30, 2020 continues in predictably befogging fashion:

"Dramatic change in Antarctica's interior in past three decades a result of effects from tropical variability working together with increasing greenhouse gases."

But, 1) the MSM have a habit of claiming everywhere is warming faster than everywhere else:





And 2), the actual data reveals quite the opposite re Antarctica.


As @Harry_Hardrada recently pointed out on Twitter, there was a larger extent and concentration of Antarctic Sea Ice in June 2020 than back in June 1980:






A closer look:





Robert Felix over at dives into the data, adding that sea ice extent today stands at 700,000 sq km (270,272 sq miles) greater than in 1980.


And in case you're having a hard time reading the numbers, Felix breaks them down for you:

  • Sea ice extent in June 2020 = 13.2 million sq km

  • Sea ice extent in June 1980 = 12.5 million sq km

  • Sea ice concentration in June 2020 = 10.6 million sq km

  • Sea ice concentration in June 1980 = 9.6 million sq km

That's enough extra ice to entirely cover,

Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, South Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Ohio and all six New England states. Oh..., and throw in Washington, D.C. for good measure (which might be a good idea...)

If you read the likes of the Guardian then you deserve to be misinformed.


The earth isn't 'warming,' any longer.


The Sun's Grand Solar Maximum is over, and our star is now once again shutting down, effectively - in turn, the COLD TIMES are returning, the glaciers are re-advancing, all in line with,

Even NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming Solar Cycle 25 seeing it as "the weakest of the past 200 years," with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling...