Learning To Think Like A Climate Expert

Cross posted from my new blog : Learning To Think Like A Climate Expert | Real Science

Based on a single data point in 2007, our top climate experts extrapolated an ice-free Arctic in 2008.

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Expert: Arctic polar cap may disappear this summer_English_Xinhua

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North Pole could be ice free in 2008 – earth – 25 April 2008 – New Scientist Environment

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9 Responses to Learning To Think Like A Climate Expert

  1. omanuel says:

    A single data point is sufficient to extrapolate to the fearful future that Big Brother will protect us from.

  2. R. Shearer says:

    Lake Powell water level is rising exponentially. Within a few years it may cover the entire states of Utah and Arizona. http://lakepowell.water-data.com/

  3. cfgj says:

    What is the volume of ice, i.e. volume doing?

  4. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    “The setup for this summer is disturbing, says Mark Serreze of the NSIDC.”

    Everything weather related seems to disturb Mark Serreze. His fixation with an ‘Arctic Death Spiral’ in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary leads me to believe he is quite disturbed. I have to say Mark Serreze is definitely one of the most disturbed climate scientists I can think of.

  5. Geir Aaslid says:

    Dr. Olav Orheim is Chairman of Grid-Arendal – where they have been busy inventing 10 mill. climate refugees, only to hide their own webpage when those refugees failed to materialize. He is part of the large Norwegian alarmist establishment, leeching money off the government while peddling scary stories to any listener,

  6. Rosco says:

    I always love how they never fail to include statements like “during the hottest weeks last summer”.

    Of course most people with even a modicum of intelligence realise that “hot” in c country like Norway means you can remove a couple of layers of clothing. From weather records I’ve seen Norway’s summers are slightly cooler than our winter.

    Deception in every phrase describes climate science to a “T”.

  7. smamarver says:

    The extremes….. always the extremes. They sell the best!

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