And who is making that "heretical" claim? Why Andrew Revkin, the New York Times environment writer. On the heels of his recent "heresy" ofquotingnoted climatologist Mojib Latif's finding that the world will probably be in for a cooling trend for the next decade or two, Revkin's latestreportwill probably not sit well with the global warming alarmists:
The National Snow and Ice Data Center released its summary of summer sea-ice conditions in the Arctic on Tuesday,noting a substantial expansion of the extent of “second-year ice” — floes thick enough to have persisted through two summers of melting.The result could be a reprieve, at least for a while, from the recent stretch of remarkable summer meltdowns.
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