I bet you did not read about the Antarctic and Greenland waters! There is a reason why they put them at the bottom of their report.<quoted text>
I'd rather rely on established organisations, not some fly-by-night climate change denyers or you, Rogue. I am not a climatologist or a scientist. But then, neither are you. I find that actual reporting of climate change or climate warming is much more frequent than the naysayers. I do know that here in Ottawa, we don't have the winters of yesterday - statistics attest to that. But not just statistics, we can actually see the change. We had a tougher winter this year, more snow, more cold. But you know, that does not change the average for the last 20, 30, 40, 50 years. Same in Europe, parts of Asia. There are ups and downs, but according to reputable scientists and laboratories, more ups in temperatures than downs. Are you able to read more than a sensationalist or hate headline? Read this, then :
And don't ask me to discuss the mechanics and innards of things weather. I can't. But then neither can you.
You do know Antarctica has 91% of all ice on the entire Earth, don't you? and that it is on an all time recorded high?!?
Oh, on Greenland. That explains how the polar bears are making it to Ice Land. They walk most of the way!