Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In A Decade

As climate experts ramp up their lies about Arctic sea ice, extent is the highest for the date since 2005, and melt is the slowest since at least 2004.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

If this weather forecast showing sub-freezing temperatures in the Beaufort Sea is correct, alarmists are in a world of hurt.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

Greenland’s surface has gained over 500 billion tons of ice since September

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

The criminals at the Guardian are of course lying to their readers about this, as they do nearly 100% of the time.

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Rapid Arctic ice loss linked to extreme weather changes in Europe and US | Environment | The Guardian

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5 Responses to Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In A Decade

  1. Eliza says:

    Yes the slope this year is quite different. It may break through the mean (above) in the coming months. Expect a great effort by the Warmist Cartel to squash the DMI for daring to publish this graph without “adjustments”

  2. Eliza says:

    BTW claiming invention of the “WARMIST CARTEL” LOL

  3. Paul Homewood says:

    Keep your fingers crossed that Reggie does not get his blowtorch out!!

  4. David Jay says:

    I’m with Eliza. The slope of the curve appears to be much less steep than in previous years.

    (using my calibrated Mark-1 eyeball)

  5. Ross Page says:

    nature.com published a related article on June 29, 2015, “Decreasing intensity of open-ocean convection in the Greenland and Iceland seas”; I look forward to your debunking of their results.

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