When All Else Fails

Missing Arctic Ice Causes Warm Dry Cold Wet Winters

by Steven Goddard

There is more Arctic ice now than in 2006, which had a very warm December and January. We are told by leading climate experts that less ice means more cold, so we can logically infer that less ice brings warmcold, and more ice brings coldwarm.

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