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except the polar ice caps are increasing.

The standard we use here isn’t just to tell a truth, but to tell tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

By that standard, you fail miserably.

From that left wing rag, Forbes:
Do how can it be that sea ice is declining in the Arctic but wintertime growth is increasing? The story lies in the magnitudes of both changes. While the Arctic sea ice is growing faster and higher during the winter months, it is more than offset by the melting in the summer months. So what we've seen is that the increased rate of sea ice growth in the winter helps to mitigate the melting during the summer. However, ultimately the warming summer temperatures continue to overall reduce the extent of sea ice.

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