Arctic Sea Ice Up 25% Since 2012, Greenland’s 50% above normal

Arctic sea ice extent is up 25% over the past five years. Green shows ice gain since August 30, 2012.

2017     2012

Extent is fourth highest in a decade.

There has been no trend since this date in 2006.

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Surface ice mass gain in Greenland is almost 50% above normal.

Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Experts insist that Arctic ice is disappearing because if they told the truth their funding would get cut off.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And according to Al Bore the Arctic was suppost to be Ice Free by now which only proves Al Bore is a con-man and a fruad

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    G

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    Math somehow works differently for big government and socialism. Just as entitlement programs get away with calling a net gain of 5% in yearly budgeting a “budget cut”, the climate change cartel is expected to keep no ledger of gains and losses. If they only need record losses the sky will always appear to be falling.

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