Warmists try explaining expanding Antarctic sea ice: Claim it’s an illusion of sorts — Deep melting results in surface freezing

It’s not really sea ice, they seem to be saying. But this would seem easy enough to test.

“Ice is made of fresh water and, when ice shelves on the fringes of Antarctica thaw in summer because of upwellings of warming sea water, the meltwater forms a cool layer that floats on the denser, warmer salty sea water below, the study said.”

Read more at Reuters.

2 thoughts on “Warmists try explaining expanding Antarctic sea ice: Claim it’s an illusion of sorts — Deep melting results in surface freezing”

  1. An unusual character, he’s a Professor of Cellular Biology in Finland who still dresses, in his 50s, like a punk. Specialty cruise ships bring up to 10,000 visitors to the region every year. 5 ton elephant seals as they haul themselves out of the water and gather onto the icy ledges.

  2. Guide to global warming research:
    1. Identify a current weather phenomenon (or look out the window)
    2. Declare the phenomenon consistent with global warming.
    3. Confuse coincidence and causation, i.e. The phenomenon is created by global warming because this phenomenon exists and global warming exists simultaneously.

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