Arctic Is Cold And Not Melting

DMI’s Arctic ice graph shows the Arctic losing ice rapidly.


Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

But their maps show no change in ice extent over the past day. Their graph is total BS.


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The forecast for the next two weeks is cold over the ice.


10-Day Temperature Outlook

Greenland has gained more ice than normal over the winter.


Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Meanwhile, the press and scientists continue their endless propaganda about Arctic ice disappearing. Because climate science has nothing to do with science.


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24 Responses to Arctic Is Cold And Not Melting

  1. DennisA says:

    Now would be the time for a quick trip through the NW Passage ;)

  2. Eliza says:

    DMI lost credibility a long time ago when pressured by the teamsters to disappear the 30% ice graphs showing increasing ice volumes. I’m amazed the Danish government has not looked into this fraud

  3. CheshireRed says:

    Both those two ‘reports’ claim we’re heading for a ‘record summer low’ this year. You’ve seen what they’ve done with temps’. Perhaps it’s time to bookmark all your data for when they claim climate catastrophe bingo?

  4. just a thought says:

    If you mean, put all the warmists on old wooden ships in the midst of the Arctic without ice breaker escort and see what happens, then I say go for it!

  5. just a thought says:

    my last was supposed to be a reply to
    May 18, 2016 at 10:27 am
    Don’t know why it didn’t appear there.

  6. Latitude says:

    They are saying…since April…the Arctic has lost 2 million km2 of ice….
    …That’s two Egypts
    or 8% less ice

    I’m sorry….but that much ice missing would be so obvious on their map it would jump out at you

    • Sparks says:

      Good point, why are they plotting missing ice when it’s clearly there??


      • Latitude says:

        You would think 2 missing Egypts would be glaringly obvious..
        …wouldn’t you?

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Even if it was just one. I don’t look for Egypt every day but I’m sure sooner or later somebody would notice.

          Nobody wants to see the pyramids gone but shipping would get easier from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea. Also, the smuggling tunnels from Sinai to Gaza would get flooded and there are people with a lot of money invested there. They would have to buy submarines and that’s good for the economy.

          I’m just afraid it would lead to international difficulties and everybody would be pointing fingers at Israel. I read somewhere there are all kinds of Zionist plots and the mullahs are on the edge already.

        • just a thought says:

          “DMI has removed the old sea ice extent graph to focus the attention on the new graph that is based on data from an improved algorithm.”

          riiiiiight! “improved” my foot.

          Note that if they left it alone, the curve would be exactly where it should be, with all the others.

          When you make a change, and don’t apply it to all previous data, and the new data doesn’t behave as expected, you SHOULD suspect that something just isn’t right. And I can’t help but suspect they know what’s wrong, and they like it that way.

    • Peter Ellis says:

      Go and compare April to today. It’s very obvious.

  7. Aurora Svant says:

    The onslaught on climate data has become blatantly obvious lately. After satellite temperature records showing no “hockey stick”, adjustments were suddenly made and now that record is good for the trash bin only. Last year, after ice cover increase became impossible to hide, DMI threw its credibility out of the window.
    You’ll notice this massive fraud is also massively ignored.
    When people start to realize that the only reason they shut down the heater sooner is because of the skyrocketing energy prices, that may open their eyes on the ongoing swindle..

  8. just a thought says:

    Paul Homewood addresses the problem I referred to above in more detail here.

    “There has been so much skulduggery going on in the climate establishment in recent years that it is hard to avoid the conclusion that this graph has been withdrawn simply because it gives the “wrong” results.”

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