Arctic temperature

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The Arctic was warmer in the 1930s than it is today. However the Mainstream media continue to insist that the arctic is heating up.[1]

Arctic sea ice

Reports in 2017 show that there is more arctic sea ice in February 2017 than there was in February 2006.[2] The ice has also grown in thickness from one meter in 2008 to two meters in 2017. [3]

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