According to a secret report by Canada’s federal environment department, the Arctic Ice cap grew by 27% last year. It’s only a secret, because the mainstream media refuses to report the news, because it embarrasses one of their Liberal government overlords.
Blacklock’s Reporter writes:
Arctic sea ice grew 27 percent last year, the Department of Environment reported yesterday. The figures contradicted claims by then-Environment Minister Catherine McKenna that the Arctic “is literally melting”
READ (behind paywall): Arctic Sea Ice Up 27%: Report
No information was provided on why the Arctic Ice Cap grew, but I will throw out a wild guess that maybe it was colder.
Meanwhile, the man-made Global warming propaganda must continue.
Scientific American has just announced it will officially call man-made Global warming a “climate emergency” as part of the mainstream media’s indoctrination program. Then with a straight face the magazine added this was a scientific decision, not a political one.
The Blaze explains:
Scientific American — the longtime publication that covers the “intersection of science and society” — announced Monday that it will begin using the term “climate emergency” in its coverage of climate change.
In publishing the op-ed “We Are Living in a Climate Emergency, and We’re Going to Say So,” senior editor Mark Fischetti called attention to the magazine’s decision, which insists that “this is a statement of science, not politics.”
But there was some good news.
Apparently, people are tiring of the propaganda being shoved down their throats. The BBC recently produced a three-part show featuring man-made Global warming doom and gloomer Greta Thunberg.
It was a complete flop. People were clearly interested in more serious programming such as cooking shows.
But even though the BBC gave it its best shot — the primetime 9pm slot, a guest appearance from Sir David Attenborough, villainous cameos by former President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, dramatic footage of calving glaciers and allegedly endangered coral reefs, plus endless shots of Thunberg looking anguished and impassioned — the show has tanked.
According to the ratings figures from Overnights. TV the show on the BBC’s flagship channel BBC1 lost 55 percent of its audience from the previous slot. It averaged 1.08 m viewers with a 6.30 percent share of the total audience. This compares most unfavourably with the show in the same slot the week before, Masterchef, which averaged 3.56 million viewers with an 18.9 percent audience share.