NASA: Climate Change Is Responsible for Record Antarctic Sea Ice

It wasn’t that long ago that NASA was a respected scientific body.
Under Obama, it too has become a joke.

NASA says melting land ice is causing more sea ice.
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A massive 19-mile crack across the Pine Island Glacier, a major ice stream that drains the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. It is the melting of land ice that could be causing the increase in sea ice. UPI/ NASA

NASA scientists want you to believe that the record Antarctic sea ice levels this year was caused by global warming.
The UPI reported:

Antarctic sea ice is seeing a rapid period of growth this year, but that doesn’t mean the Poles are safe from climate change, says NASA.

NASA reported the ice measurements to be at 7.78 million square miles (20.14 million square kilometers), a day after it exceeded the extent of 20 million square kilometers (7.72 million square miles).

“The planet as a whole is doing what was expected in terms of warming. Sea ice as a whole is decreasing as expected, but just like with global warming, not every location with sea ice will have a downward trend in ice extent,” said Claire Parkinson of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

The growth of sea ice is not evidence against the effects of climate change but rather the consequence of it.


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