Daily Archives: July 24, 2014

Climate Prophet Hansen Says Arctic Will Be Ice-Free By 2013

The Argus-Press – Jun 24, 2008 The Argus-Press – Google News Archive Search

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Much Ado About Nothing In Greenland

The press got hysterical four years ago when an iceberg calved off the Petermann Glacier in Greenland Since then, nothing has changed. This is how the glacier looked last week. Glaciers flow to the sea and calve. That is what … Continue reading

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Reggie – Start Your Blowtorch

Reggie has his work cut out for him to reach the 2012 Arctic minimum. He needs to melt 700 miles of ice in the next few weeks.

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Arctic Sea Ice Continues Its March Towards A Decadal Summer Maximum

There has been almost no ice extent loss in the Arctic Basin over the last two weeks. COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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More From Bridgehampton, NY

Anthony Watts did a story about a long time weather observer : When Richard G. Hendrickson (seen at right) logged his first weather observation for the U.S. Weather Bureau, the precursor to NOAA’s National Weather Service, Herbert Hoover occupied the … Continue reading

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Deranged, Or Just Breathtakingly Ignorant?

Climate Crock says I am deranged, and Mark Serreze says I am breathtakingly ignorant. Reggie says I am the second stupidest man on the Internet. But what does the Arctic say?

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New Photo Of Professor Chris Turney’s Boat Trapped In An Algorithm Error

It turns out that the growth in Antarctic ice was just an algorithm error.  This is excellent news for professor Chris Turney who now knows that his multi-million dollar entrapment was a simple software bug. <ctrl-alt-del>

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Algorithm This

Experts say now that Antarctic sea ice growth is an algorithm error. The map below shows ice gain since July, 1986 in green, and loss in red. There has been a 7% increase since 1986.

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