1970 – Scientists Blamed Low Antarctic Sea Ice Extent On CO2

Too, too much❗
They just keep losing their minds.

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In 1970, scientists blamed low Antarctic sea ice extent on CO2.

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Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists – Google Books

Now they blame high Antarctic sea ice extent on CO2.

NOAA said in a news release Tuesday that “as counterintuitive as expanding winter Antarctic sea ice may appear on a warming planet, it may actually be a manifestation of recent warming.

NOAA: Record Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Linked To Its Staggering Loss Of Land Ice | ThinkProgress

If the ice wasn’t changing, that would also be blamed on CO2.

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2 Responses to 1970 – Scientists Blamed Low Antarctic Sea Ice Extent On CO2

  1. Bullright says:

    No matter what the problem or question the answer is always global warming. That’s probably what they’re teaching in school, “just say its due to global warming.”

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