Climate models tell us that missing Arctic ice makes the planet warmer, by reducing the Earth’s albedo. However, the latest research tells us that missing Arctic ice is making the planet much colder.
Arctic Ice Reduction Responsible for Recent Cold Winters in Northern Hemisphere, Says Georgia Tech
Global warming doesn’t necessarily refer to the actual warming of the planet.
Pay close attention. Global warming now means global cooling
The reduction of the Arctic Ocean’s ice surface generated by climate warming could constitute an explanation for the snow and frost of the latest years in Europe and some Northern hemisphere areas, says a study published on Monday by Georgia Tech.
The science is settled. Climate models have the wrong polarity on numerous feedbacks, but they are still accurate to 0.01 degrees over the next 100 years. Look for 11F warming over the next century, due to Arctic ice loss – which is making the planet colder.