Recently Anarctica has been getting COLDER.
For the benefit of those wishing to enter the discussion, it would be useful if you quote the source(s) underpinning some of your statements, such as the one quoted above. Antarctica is a damned big place and there is considerable variation across the continent.
For example, there is considerable evidence from BAS scientists amongst other authoritative sources that...
"The west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the fastest warming areas of the planet, temperatures having risen by almost 3?C over the past 50 years."
From my own experience of two years at Stonington Island in the early 70s I can tell you that the ramp which formerly attached the island to the North east Glacier has retreated substantially to the point where the island is now and island again. There is also the example of the Larsen Ice Shelf on the east coast of the peninsula which has broken apart. A comparison of my aerial photograph of Stonington in 1972 with that of jenny doctor taken 30 years later (both in the Fids gallery on this site) shows the extent of the retreat. I can also quote the example of the Wordie Ice Shelf on the west coast of the peninsula. I sledged over this ice shelf in both 1972 & 1973. Where I sledged is now open water.
I have no problem with anyone taking a sceptical or divergent view of whether global warming is man made or not. All I ask is that you quote the source of the evidence on which you base your view, so that we can critically assess it ourselves.