Why were internationally acclaimed scientists unable to predict this marked increase in the extent of summer sea ice? Is it because their overall approach is biased toward supporting the theory that carbon dioxide is warming the planet to dangerous levels? Or is it because their models are incapable of predicting future temperatures?
The answers must come from the doomsayers themselves. They need to explain why Arctic summer temperatures have been no different from the 44 year average and why summer sea ice is above decadal averages. 2
Paul Homewood bluntly notes, “What is astonishing is that these buffoons are still in a job and living off the taxpayer. In any other field of science, to be so thoroughly wrong for so long would have quickly led to well earned oblivion.” 1