Arctic Ice Is Only 3% Below Its 30 Year Average

Artic Ice Is Only 3% Below Its 30 Year Average

Big DISCOVERY In The Artic – Scientists Are Speechless

( – Europe established the Global Monitoring for Environmental and Security system in 1998 to study and record climate conditions, eventually renaming the program Copernicus. The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) recently issued a report offering insight into the state of Arctic sea ice extent — areas of sea ice concentrations of at least 15%.

On April 22, the C3S published its annual European State of the Climate (ESOTC) report. Noting that the Arctic sea ice extent generally reaches its maximum yearly level in March and minimum in September, the ESOTC reported that the Arctic extent level for March was only 3% below the 1991 to 2020 average.

According to the ESOTC, the decline in Artic ice appears to have hit its lowest point in the late 1990s through 2007. Additionally, the Arctic sea ice extent reached its highest low level since 2014 in September 2021.

Danish professor emeritus, Ole Humlum, addressed the issue in the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s (GWPF) latest State of the Climate report. He warned that scientists emphasize “computer modeling and immature science” instead of relying on empirical evidence.

GWPF head, Dr. Benny Peiser, echoed that sentiment, adding that he found it remarkable anyone would seriously think the planet is experiencing a climate crisis since little has changed in the last 30 years.

What do you think about climate change? Is it real, or just conjecture on the part of scientists?

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