Today’s Featured Climate Fraudsters – The Scripps Institute Of Oceanography

The Scripps Institute claims that the Arctic is melting faster than expected.

2015-10-25-07-14-51From the Field: What is Making Arctic Ice Melt Faster than Expected? | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

The exact opposite is true. The 2015 melt season was the shortest on record, and growth since September 1 is the fastest on record. Current extent is the highest for the date in the last decade.

2015-10-25-06-50-58Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Arctic sea ice thickness is up 40% over the past four years.

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The Greenland ice sheet has been experiencing record cold this month. Temperatures have fallen to almost -60°C.

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The Greenland ice sheet has gained a record amount of ice this autumn.

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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

The Scripps Institute claims are completely false, indicating compliance with a pattern of corruption seen across the field of climate science.

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5 Responses to Today’s Featured Climate Fraudsters – The Scripps Institute Of Oceanography

  1. Edmonton Al says:

    Is it not possible to get these liars onto the carpet?
    Maybe in 2017.
    In the words of Kevin Trenberth: “It is a travesty that we can’t.”

  2. Simon Platt says:

    Slip of the stylus? I know how easy it is to get the wrong wood, what with predictive text and all. Perhaps they meant to tap “freezing”?

  3. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    When you look at how the ice grows: http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icedrift_anim/index.php, then it is obvious that it has to stop at some time. The Arctic ocean has a limited size, and when that is covered, the ice can’t grow so much further.
    It is in some way opposite in Antarctica, where the ice could grow indefinitely, whereas it could not deminish beyond the coastline.

  4. Nick Perrin says:

    The Scripps headline is all that seems to refer to ‘ .. faster than expected …’ Their text delves into mechanisms and planned studies and maybe models. The only comment there tweaks Scripps for ‘…. the headline leading it is purposefully misleading and designed to engender an unwarranted sense of panic.’ So, Tony, maybe your post with current data is accurate and more detailed but equally a bit ott? Perhaps a comment from you on their website would be seen by more folk involved in the arctic ice scene and help redress the perhaps Paris targeted headline.
    Thanks for your untiring efforts to get the record straight.
    Nick.

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