At Fox News:
Passengers and crew who set off on an expedition to prove climate change are ringing in the new year in the same place where they have been for the past week: stuck in ice at the bottom of the world.
The 74 scientists, tourists and crew on the Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy, which has been trapped near Antarctica since last Tuesday, are expecting to be airlifted from the ship by a helicopter. . . .
We're "stuck in our own experiment," the Australian Antarctic Expedition is quoted as saying Monday.
The leader of the expedition is Chris Turney, "a professor of climate change at Australia’s University of New South Wales." Turney remains "adamant that sea ice is melting, even as the boat remained trapped in frozen seas," Fox reports.
Upset Gore Realizing "Man-Made Global-Warming Claims Are Falling Apart"
Top U.S. Climate Official: 15 Years With No Global Warming Not a Trend -- Video
Global Warming Theory Challenged by Top UK Scientific Body
Oxford Debate: Climate Realism Beats Warming at Campus Showdown