Written by Steve Cannon for USSA News.
The world is facing rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, which we are told is a key factor in “global warming.” However, the Antarctic region has not seen any substantial temperature increases over the past 70 years. In 2021, Antarctica experienced its coldest six-month winter since record-keeping began in the 1950s, leading experts to question the correlation between CO2 levels and average temperatures.
The Lack of Warming in Antarctica Challenges Climate Change Hoax Hypothesis
Chris Morrison writes for LifeSiteNews, “The lack of warming over a significant portion of the Earth undermines the unproven hypothesis that the carbon dioxide humans add to the atmosphere is the main determinant of global climate.” Despite media attempts to downplay the significance of this data, two climate scientists, Singh and Polvani, found that Antarctica has not warmed for at least the past seven decades, despite a notable increase in atmospheric CO2 and other greenhouse gas levels.
Antarctica’s Expanding Sea Ice Refutes Climate Change Hoax Narrative
Surprisingly, the rise in greenhouse gases corresponds with a rise in Antarctic sea ice area, which has modestly expanded over the past several decades. The scientists were forced to conclude that warming has been “nearly non-existent” across the South Pole, contradicting the constant fearmongering from climate activists.
NASA estimates the current rate of Antarctica ice loss at 147 gigatons per year, with 26,500,000 gigatons still to go. At this rate, it will all be gone in about 200,000 years, but the Earth may well have gone through another ice age before then.
Confirmation Bias in Climate Science Calls for Independent Research
Morrison highlights the issue of confirmation bias in climate science, stating that few grants are available for research that does not start with the premise that the climate is changing due to human activities. This narrow approach to climate research neglects to establish a clear connection between temperatures and CO2 levels. It is crucial for independent research to be conducted to fully understand the complex nature of our changing climate.
In conclusion, the recent coldest winter in Antarctica and the expanding sea ice area challenge the conventional climate change narrative. It is essential for continued independent research to understand the complexities of our changing climate and for media to accurately report on the findings.