Less than a year ago, the New York Times predicted shipping “directly over the North Pole.”
As global warming melts sea ice across the Arctic, shipping routes once thought impossible — including directly over the North Pole — may open up
- New York Times May 3, 2017
They say Arctic ice is 0.5-1.0 meters thick.
In the actual Arctic, the only shipping route (Northern Passage) has ice one meter thicker than normal.
The shipping routes are blocked by 4-5 meter thick ice, five times thicker than the New York Times claims.
My 98 year old grandma in New Jersey told me last week that the New York Times is the only news source which she trusts to tell the truth. Their decades long disinformation campaign has been very effective.
So who really controls the New York Times fake news? The professionals who run disinformation campaigns for a living.
via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog
April 10, 2018 at 07:03AM