Andrew Bolt (and others) has a few pet issues with Global Warming, one of them being the amount of ice at the North Pole. He says things like this (from Dec 2008):
In fact, the Arctic’s ice cover this year was almost 10 per cent above last year’s great low, and has refrozen rapidly since. Meanwhile, sea ice in the Southern Hemisphere has been increasing. Been told either cool fact?
Here is a short clip that shows that the issue is not the ice cover (which is area) but is the amount of ice (volume).
There are a few other videos in this series that I will put up over the next few weeks.