Arctic ice the worst it’s been in 20 years, according to Coast Guard
July 22, 2015
A scientific expedition to study “global warming” was delayed by record ice in the Arctic.
The icebreaker ship used for the 115-day expedition had to be rerouted Tuesday to break ice for commercial ships in the Hudson Bay because the ice conditions are the worst they’ve been in 20 years, according to the Canadian Coast Guard .
“Obviously it has a large impact on us,” said Martin Fortier, the executive director of the “global warming” research institute ArcticNet, which was spearheading the expedition.
The ice is so thick that ships are having to skirt around it .
“The same ice has also been blamed for bringing two polar bears into the community last week — a highly unusual event,” CBC News reported .
The volume of Arctic sea ice has increased by 33% since 2013 , although scientists who are funded to promote the government-driven “global warming” agenda are claiming the record ice is a freak occurrence.
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Their claim, however, runs contrary to satellite data showing there’s been no global warming for over 18 years.
“For 222 months, since December 1996, there has been no global warming at all,” weather researcher Lord Christopher Monckton reported . “[June’s] Remote Sensing System temperature – still unaffected by a slowly strengthening el Niño, which will eventually cause temporary warming – passes another six-month milestone, and establishes a new record length for the pause: 18 years 6 months.”
“What is more, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s centrally-predicted warming rate since its First Assessment Report in 1990 is now more than two and a half times the measured rate.”
“On any view, the predictions on which the entire climate scare was based were extreme exaggerations,” he added.
Another scientific ship carrying “global warming” researchers was similarly stopped by record ice in the Antarctic  back in 2013 and the researchers were ultimately evacuated from the ship after several botched rescue attempts.