Global warming has INCREASED ice around Antarctica

Daily Mail: Climate change experts have been trying for years to explain why the sea ice in Antarctica is expanding. Now scientists claim to have found the answer -- global warming. They believe the paradoxical shift is caused by water melting from beneath the Antarctic ice shelves and re-freezing back on the surface. A Pod of orcas amongst the breaking sea ice, Ross Sea, Antarctica 2009. Researchers now believe the ice is increasing The frozen sea around the South Pole has been steadily growing,......

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