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Arctic sea ice – Highest level in decades, challenging climate narratives

Summarised by Centrist

Recent data reveals that Arctic sea ice, which has been on a recovery trend since around 2007, reached its highest level in more than 20 years in January.  

Contrary to predictions of rapid ice decline, cyclical natural climate variations and complex factors like ocean currents and atmospheric heat exchanges seem to play a more significant role in polar sea ice extent than previously thought. 

This data challenges alarmist claims about the imminent disappearance of summer sea ice. Similar observations in Antarctica also point to the need for a broader perspective on climate trends.

Read more over at Daily Sceptic

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