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Predictable predictions
Posted: 13 August 2018

The most predictable thing about predictions is that they are usually wrong. Take this prediction, for example, made in 2013:

“The first ice-free Arctic day (as defined by NSIDC) will occur by the end of 2020.”

It's patently obvious (now, in 2018) that this won't occur in the next two years. Arctic ice has made a strong rebound since 2012, its lowest year, and could increase or decrease, depending on El Ninos and ocean currents in the next decade. But of course, the scenario described in the attached MindBullet, that Global Warming would cease to be a hotly debated issue, is equally predictably false!

MindBullet logo GLOBAL WARMING IS DEAD
Get ready for the next 'little ice age'
Dateline: 23 September 2017
It's official, the global warming scare is over. The latest report from the independent panel on climate change is warning of decreasing global ...
 
 
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