NOAA and NASA Admit the Sun NOT CO2 is Causing the Arctic Sea Ice to Disappear

The above video from NOAA clearly identifies warmer arctic oceans as the cause of the thinning and shrinking of the Arctic Sea Ice. CO2 is NEVER mentioned.


NASA’ Goddard’s Institute for Space Studies explains that the warming of the Arctic is due to 5% more solar radiation being absorbed since 2000. CO2 is transparent to the incoming warming visible radiation that warms the earth and oceans. CO2 traps a small amount of outgoing IR between 13 and 18µ, wavelengths that don’t penetrate or warm the oceans. NOAA and NASA appear to understand the real cause of the loss of Arctic Sea Ice, incoming solar radiation. The one thing they don’t and can’t do is explain how increasing CO2 can somehow make more visible radiation reach the oceans and surface of the earth. If you can’t explain how CO2 can warm the oceans, you can’t blame CO2. If people want to know the truth about Climate Change and its causes, they simply have to watch NOAA’s videos and NASA’s graphics and take them at their words. Visible radiation is warming our oceans, no more explanation needed. CO2 simply isn’t involved.

Read More: NOAA’s Arctic report card released at #AGU17

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9 thoughts on “NOAA and NASA Admit the Sun NOT CO2 is Causing the Arctic Sea Ice to Disappear”

  1. Excellent! (it is Tony, isn’t it?). You have obviously invested an enormous amount of time to your research, and construction of your website. Kudos.

    One small point: Is there any way of knowing when you put up a certain article – so that one can, maybe, take into account later ‘scientific’ findings which may add (or detract) from your own research?


  2. Oh! One further question: I’ve noticed on several of your pages lines marked: “Pingback”. What is the meaning of those?


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