By Paul Homewood
The most iconic symbol of the global warming scare is the “melting Arctic”. But is the Arctic any warmer than back in the 1930’s and 40’s?
Certainly not in places like Akuryri, in Iceland, as GISS show.
To get a fuller picture, I have calculated 30 year average temperatures at four stations, using GISS temperature data starting in 1900 (except Jan Mayen, which begins in 1921):
Akureyri – Iceland
Godthab Nuuk – Greenland
Jan Mayen – Norway
Archangel – Russia
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