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Eco-Freaks Blame Global Warming for Colder Winters Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Oct 26, 2014, 10:24 PM

Climate Change alarmist scientists are now publishing so-called scientific reports claiming that the build up of Arctic and Antarctic ice glaciers had been caused by Global Warming.

The Guardian of London reports that, "The risk of severe winters in Europe and northern Asia has been doubled by global warming, according to new research. The counter-intuitive finding is the result of climate change melting the Arctic ice cap and causing new wind patterns that push freezing air and snow southwards."

Prof. Adam Scaife, a Climate Change expert at the Met Office, is quoted as saying that, “This counterintuitive effect of the global warming that led to the sea ice decline in the first place makes some people think that global warming has stopped. It has not. Although average surface warming has been slower since 2000, the Arctic has gone on warming rapidly throughout this time.”

According to the Guardian, "Severe winters over the last decade have been associated with those years in which the melting of Arctic sea ice was greatest. But the new work is the most comprehensive computer modelling study to date and indicates the frozen winters are being caused by climate change, not simply by natural variations in weather."

Climate Change alarmists are forecasting more frigid winters for the years ahead.

To read the entire article from the Guardian of London, link here:

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