The credibility of those responsible for pushing the global warming, or climate change, hoax has taken a few hits lately. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have both been caught fudging data to make their case.
Now the National Snow and Ice Data Center, which studies matters such as sea ice coverage in the Arctic, has been caught tampering with data to help further the notion that the ice caps have been melting at an alarming rate and something needs to be done about it.
The truth was actually quite the opposite. According to data from its own website, ice in the Arctic has been in a “stage of recovery” since 2009. However, since this information doesn’t go along with the narrative that’s been perpetuated to the public for decades, the organization simply fiddled with its charts.
Take a look at the first chart, which accurately describes what’s happening to the ice in the Arctic since 1983. Clearly, the ice isn’t melting at a rate that is satisfying to those who want Americans to be losing sleep over climate change.
The chart below demonstrates how NSIDC flipped the chart to manipulate data. The first chart had the five-plus year ice on the bottom. The second chart put the five-plus year ice at the top of the chart.