Sea ice surrounding Antarctica is witnessing record growth, say scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab and the British Antarctic Survey. To hear global warming alarmists, melting Arctic ice allegedly vindicates their claims. Unfortunately for them, the Antarctic ice cover reached a record 7.5 million square mile expanse this year, with some regions showing a doubling in size since 1992. That confirms a separate report last month from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, which revealed that Antarctica’s winter sea ice has increased some 6,600 square miles. The Wall Street Journal notes that is larger in size than the state of Connecticut, offsetting declines in sea ice around the North Pole:
All that warming is causing all this…erm…freezing?