Then why post it off track in a ice caps melting thread while it has nothing to do whatsoever with melting ice caps. And we were just trying to expose the agenda of the BBC and the very clever use of fallacies and misleading statement. But then compare it to Scientific American, Here is a messenger to shoot. (Misleading if not a lie: trend of the surface stations is insignificant, some cooling some warming, the stratosphere is cooling. What are they talking about?) Misleading/lie. Some air has cooled There is data about the lower troposphere as well as "surface air" around the thermometers. Blatant unashamed lie. If there was a law enforcing correctness of information somebody would have got convicted here. The pensinsula statement is about the only thing that's correct. The rest is yet another lie, there is no enhanced warming anywhere else on the surface of Antarctica except the tip of the western Peninsula. That's not what he says in his own study that merely states that the tropospheric has not been explained. Could be GHG; could be something else. Complete and utter BS. If the continent warms the temps are getting in the snow fall range causing a potential ice sheet growth. Right now it's too cold to snow. See how an innocent and objective article can be used for unashamed propaganda.