‘Climate Change’: The Arctic Was Supposed To Be Ice-Free In 2016
t’s been a little over four years since an “Arctic expert” claimed the North Pole would be ice-free by the summer of 2016.
That never happened.
Arctic sea ice hit its second-lowest extent on record, tying with 2007, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. There was still 1.6 million square miles of ice — that’s a lot more than zero ice coverage.
But that’s not what some “experts” predicted. In September 2012, The Guardian amplified the predictions of Cambridge University’s Peter Wadhams that the Arctic would be ice-free within four years. – READ MORE