The New York Times claims that satellites were first used to study the Arctic in the late 1970s.
In 1990, Tom Karl and Kevin Trenberth said we have “routinely” collected satellite data back to the early 1970s when sea ice extent was “significantly less.”
h/t Leigh Yaxley
NOAA and the New York Times are now trying to hide the pre-1970 low sea ice extent because it wrecks their global warming story.
This is a smoking gun of fraud. The people behind this need to called out and shut down.
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