Kenneth Richard: The increasing loss of ozone (O3) from 3o°N – 30°S has steadily accelerated since the early 1980s despite the 1987 Montreal Protocol’s ban on so-called “ozone depleting substances” like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Once again this suggests human activity does not drive ozone losses. ... With the new measured evidence, a leading ozone researcher proclaimed the scientific “understanding of chloride chemistry has really been blown apart,” as “we can basically no longer say we understand how ozone holes come into being.” ...
The ozone hole narrative and the presumption that governmental policies are what determine how small or large the hole gets would appear to be analogous to the current climate debate and its connection to the governmental push to dramatically limit CO2 emissions.
Tony Heller: "Climate experts say glacial ice in East Antarctica has been stable throughout human history until a heatwave last week." ... "This occurs all the time...Eight years ago (2014), climate experts got trapped by icebergs calving off of ice shelves in East Antarctica." ... "So according to climate experts, history began after the year 2014 and the melting point of ice is now -12C. Icebergs break off East Antarctica regularly."
“The calving will not directly affect sea level, because the ice shelf was already floating, much like an ice cube in a glass of water,” Dr. Galton-Fenzi said.
Meteorologist Anthony Watts: Claims the "Arctic and Antarctic, had experienced 'unprecedented' high temperatures...can’t be verified since they were the results from a set of weather model simulations, indicating variations of above-normal temperatures for the regions, not actual surface temperatures measured by ground-based weather stations."
The claims of record hight temps include this disclaimer: "Simulation of temperature differences from normal centered over Antarctica from the American (GFS) model."
Watts: "That’s right, it isn’t temperature that actually measured at the surface of that forlorn icecap, it’s a model simulation of temperature from a single climate model, the GFS model...We don’t have actual weather data in many places at the North and South poles...The weather data we do have may be compromised or intermittent due to harsh weather conditions affecting ground-based weather stations."
"Compared to larger 100+ years of climate data for the globe, we have maybe 40 years of data for the poles at best...Yet, somehow, climate scientists are “alarmed” and “flabbergasted” at a single day weather event simulated from a computer model." ... "Model simulations simply aren’t evidence."