“But This Odd Place”

There’s always some place where it’s cold or wet or dry or else at some point.

Examples

Snowstorm breaks 120-year-old record for most snow in October in the Okanagan region, British Columbia.

(Grand Solar)

In Antarctica, the satellite measurements suggest no tropospheric warming trend since 1979.

(Roy)

Objections and Replies

Arctic.
Arctic land ice is melting, sea ice is decreasing, and permafrost is thawing.

(Failure) Climate change freaks use their FAILURES to “prove” they’re “right”—
☞ AGW may not imply that it should be warmer all the places all the time.

Iceland. Iceland is colder now than any other time except in the 1800s

Oceans. Unless we explain how AGW warms the ocean—
☞ Who died and made you the sammich requester in chief?

Notes

Resources

National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) – Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis

Active Ocean Acification Calculator.

Further Readings

2019-03. The Expanding Footprint of Rapid Arctic Change. DOI: 10.1029/2018EF001088

Climateball Episodes

2010-01; Long-Term Arctic Ice Trends and Global Warming; a good outline of the tricks.