'To put this in perspective, it would be the equivalent of taking a temperature measurement in Reykjavík, Iceland, and proclaiming that this measurement is indicative of the temperature of the Arctic region, or worse.'
Morano was shown onscreen discussing the growth of sea ice, but then the Vice crew travels to South America and talks to many scientists. Rignot takes a dig at people for mentioning growing sea ice saying, “there’s a little bit of confusion between the land ice and sea ice. They are totally different entities.” The effect was to make Morano and any other skeptic look foolish. But according to Morano, he had spoken to Vice about BOTH land and sea ice and they chose to only use his sea ice remarks...
Morano noted that Vice showed clips from Morano's Fox News appearance from May 14, 2014, discussing Antarctic sea ice. "And later they claimed us 'deniers' are confused about 'sea ice' vs. land based ice. Vice intentionally left out multiple quotes of me discussing land based ice in Antarctica on Fox News in their segment," Morano explained. "In fact, the entire segment was focused on land based ice - the sea ice quotes that appeared in Vice were merely a mention during the Fox News segment."
'The Associated Press is recycling more than century old Antarctica ice sheet melt and sea level rise fears. Reporter Seth Borenstein is not the first one to hype these same Antarctica melt fears. Virtually the exact same claims and hype were reported in 2014, 1990, 1979, 1922 and 1901!