– Greenland ice sheet growing at fastest rate in four years – Video (Ice Age now, jan 20, 2015):
“Most people think the poles are melting… they’re not,” says Dr Benny Peiser. “Global sea ice is at a record high.”
Greenland is defying climate scientists and currently growing at its fastest rate in four years, says the Daily Caller.
The Danish Meteorological Institute reports that Greenland’s ice sheet has seen more growth so far this year than in the last four years. Greenland’s ice sheet growth in 2015 is also higher than the mean growth for 1990 to 2011.
But it shouldn’t be too surprising that Greenland has defied dire predictions. The Arctic region as a whole has been more or less stable in recent years, stumping scientists who said it would be ice-free by now.
“The Antarctic is actually growing and all the evidence in the last few months suggests many assumptions about the poles was wrong,” Dr. Benny Peiser, director of the Global Warming Policy Forum, told the U.K. Express.
“Global sea ice is at a record high, another key indicator that something is working in the opposite direction of what was predicted,” Peiser said. “Most people think the poles are melting… they’re not. This is a huge inconvenience that reality is now catching up with climate alarmists, who were predicting that the poles would be melting fairly soon.”
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