One of the most publicized faces of the alleged global warming crisis is that of the polar bear, which some say is going extinct because a loss of habitat. But according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis, coastal stations in Greenland actually show a cooling trend, Russian stations also show none of the predicted warming, and temperatures at the summit of the Greenland Ice Sheet have decreased 4 degrees Fahrenheit per decade since measurements began in 1987. When you also consider that of the 20 known polar bear populations, only two are decreasing, while 10 are stable, and two are actually increasing, it appears polar bears may not be on such thin ice, after all.