Arctic expedition halted by thick ice: Warmists blame ‘climate change’:
"Scientists who cancelled their Arctic expedition due to thick ice conditions have an interesting excuse for why they had to abandon their research project — climate change.
“We’re doing a large-scale climate change study and before we can even get going on it, climate change is conspiring to force us to cancel that study,” David Barber, a University of Manitoba scientist who lead the expedition, told The Guardian Wednesday.
Barber’s expedition set out in late May after being caught in 25-foot thick ice off the northern coast of Newfoundland.
The expedition was forced to turn back after spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for a four-year project to study the effects of global warming on Hudson Bay.
Now, Barber and fellow researchers are blaming their botched expedition on global warming, or climate change, as they call it.
Not much, except the opinions of some scientists involved — at least,
The Guardian didn’t present any evidence otherwise.
The paper just assumed climate change was the culprit..."