Senior Meteorologist Demolishes, Mocks Alfred Wegener Institute Claims Of “Unprecedented Antarctica Ice Loss”

On August 10, 2010, a new record cold was measured in Antarctica: -93.2°C. Thus the previous record of -89.2°C set at the Vostok Research Station on 21 July 1983 was smashed by 4°C. The annual mean temperature in Antarctica at ice sheet at elevations of 2000 to over 4000 metres range from -30 to -50°C, and the trend is downward. Now the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) has announced in a press release]: “A record retreat in the ice sheets“. Can ice sheets melt at such record low temperatures?


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