Analysis: Journalists Competing For Fakest Arctic News
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Climate Depot | 6/20/2019 | Admin
Cayley1561Cayley1561 (Posted by) Level 3

The Arctic receives more solar radiation this time of year than any place else on Earth, and temperatures can be very hot north of the Arctic Circle.

The total energy received each day at the top of the atmosphere depends on latitude. The highest daily amounts of incoming energy (pale pink) occur at high latitudes in summer, when days are long, rather than at the equator.

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In 1927, a group of women tried to drive to the Arctic Ocean. Hot weather, melting permafrost and forest fires forced them to abandon their expedition.

Children were sunbathing near the North Pole.

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One hundred degree temperatures have been reported in the Arctic.

Every time there is a warm day in the Arctic now, ambulance chasing journalists announce the apocalypse. Fox News says Greenland is having an ice crisis, and is being flooded by “melting glacial waters.”

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The mesmerizing photo Olsen snapped on June 13 as they waded over the splashy ice sheet gives the illusion that his dogs are walking on water — but it’s anything but a trick. Experts saythis image is indicative of the planet’s climate crisis.

The current round of climate nonsense started with this tweet, which journalists immediately picked up and misinterpreted.

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Rasmus Tonboe on Twitter:

The guy who took the picture made it very clear that it had nothing to do with glacial ice, it was sea ice melting on its surface.

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Then Fox News followed up with this gross distortion.

Olsen himself is calling for immediate action:

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He didn’t say anything like that. He called for increased predictive capabilities, which is pretty dubious because I saw the warm weather forecast on Ventusky several days ahead of time.

Steffen M. Olsen on Twitter: “Communities in #Greenland rely on the sea ice for transport, hunting and fishing. Extreme events, here flooding of the ice by abrupt onset of surface melt call for...
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