The Economist claims that the Arctic is melting “far faster than once expected.”
Nine years ago they expected it to melt by 2013.
NASA says the Arctic will be ice-free no later than this year.
Not only is The Economist lying about the forecasts, but they are also lying about the Arctic melting. In the animation below, I masked out all Arctic sea ice which is less than five feet thick. Over the past ten years, thick ice has expanded 1,000 miles into the East Siberian Sea, and volume has increased.
And Greenland is gaining ice as well.
Climate journalists seem to have no qualms about distributing 100% fake news.
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