Global Warming Isn't Real

Global Warming Update: Fox Walks Over 2,000 Miles Across Frozen Arctic Circle

“The polar ice caps are melting!” they shrieked.

Reality:

“An Arctic fox walked more than 3,500 kilometres to go from northern Norway to Canada’s North in four months, Norwegian researchers said.

The Norwegian Polar Institute reported the young female fox left her birthplace on Norway’s Svalbard archipelago in March 2018, and reached Canada’s Ellesmere Island by way of Greenland by July.

The ground the small fox cumulatively covered over those four months was among the most ever recorded for an Arctic fox seeking a place to settle down and breed, the institute said in a research article subtitled “One female’s long run across sea ice.”

Here’s a map of where this fox walked:

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Wow. That’s a lot of frozen ice.

Here’s a more zoomed out map:

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So that’s how the whole “global warming” thing is going.

Al Gore in 2009: “Some of the models suggest that there is a 75 percent chance that the entire north polar ice cap, during some of the summer months, could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years.”

2018, during “some of the summer months”: a fox walks across 2,000 miles of ice that was supposed to be melted away by 2016.

Looks like we don’t need Global Communism to save the world from a climate catastrophe. The globalists will have to invent another reason to enslave the world under a single communist regime.

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