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Al-Gore Predicted in 2013 Arctic was Completely Ice-Free

Here we have it again.
Yet an other Warmist Doomsday Prediction crumbling...

The self-proclaimed prophet of the doomsday religion Al-Gore and a whole crowd of alleged 'climate scientists' now appear pretty stupid.

In 2007, 2008 and in 2009 Al-Guru declared publicly and appropriately hysterical, the North Pole due to global warming was around the year 2013 completely 'ice-free'.

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With reference to a 'U.S. climate scientist' funded by the government BBC  stoked mass hysteria in the population with the now rather embarrassing headline 'Arctic Summer in 2013 free of ice' - this was then mentioned to be an even 'conservative' forecast.

Other Establishment media blew the same horn.

Parsifal, December 21, 2012


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left: Contraction - this NASA satellite image shows the ice at the smallest extent on the record, with much of the Arctic Ocean uncovered

right: Recovery - contrary to predictions that the ice would have vanished by this summer, it has actually increased by 29% or 533.000 sqMiles from last year (both Images enlarged on bottom of this article)

A cool Arctic summer has left covered 533.000 more square miles of the ocean with ice - compared at the same time last year - an increase of 29 percent.

But in October, days before the annual autumn refreeze due to begin, the ice grew at a pace, as one since 1979 so since records began has not experienced and a continuous layer of ice more than half the size of Europe already extends from the Canadian islands to Russia's north coast.  

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In 2008, Al-Gore Predicted in 2013 Arctic was Completely Ice-Free

"the ice grew" article actually is about how this doesn't change global warmng

and eventually will stop regrowing"

it's in the very article you posted?

what Global Warming Tasunka ?

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