Man-made global warming alarmists have long used melting glaciers in Alaska as proof of climate change. A new study, however, confirms that Alaska has actually been in a cooling trend from 2000 to 2010.
Despite the claims by numerous government sources (funded by the American taxpayers) and the mainstream media that man-made climate change melts Alaskan glaciers and destroys the habitat of a much-loved species, a new study indicates that Alaska was actually colder in the last decade.
SpaceDaily reports that some parts of Alaska saw a "significant" drop in temperature, 4.5 degrees.
Alaska has been pivotal to the debate, as emotion-inducing photos of polar bears stranded on ever-shrinking glaciers was used to prove that action is needed to be taken immediately in the form of some new tax or societal change.
The term "scientific consensus" is the opposite of scientific. It is reminiscent of a "study" criticizing Einstein's theory of relativity. In 1931, "A Hundred authors against Einstein" was published. Einstein noted that if his theory were wrong, only one scientist would be needed to refute him. Many scientists question whether global warming is man made, but they are sadly marginalized in the partisan mainstream media and academia, despite their credentials.
The Polar Bear population, by the way, is doing just fine.
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