Arctic sea ice melts and refreezes every year, typically peaking in March, while the summer minimum typically occurs in September.
Recent peer-reviewed scientific papers have proven many climate models are biased warmer than reality.
Throughout Earth’s history, atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels have waxed and waned, but over time, there has been a long slow drawdown of CO2.1
The phrase “polar vortex” is often erroneously used by the media to link climate change and severe winter weather events.
Extreme weather events are often attributed to climate change, but weather and climate are not the same thing.
Real-world data show no significant increase in extreme weather over the past 100 years.