Arctic Sea Ice Has Decreased Then Increased Many Times in Last Hundred Years so Why No Changes in Sea Level?


Have you noticed that the global warming alarmists never say the Antarctic ice is melting, only that the Arctic ice is, so what’s the story? The Arctic ice has dissipated and then increased several times during the last hundred years, so why didn’t the sea level rise and then decrease? The Arctic ice is on the sea, the Arctic ocean, while the Antarctic ice is on a continent, Antarctica, thus the Arctic ice is susceptible to more melting by warmer ocean water having circulated into the Arctic ocean while such is not the case for the Antarctic, and sea level doesn’t rise during the periods of the Arctic ice’s melting because more rain falls elsewhere, driven by warmer ocean temperatures by periodic increases of seafloor volcanism.