Arctic Alarmists Screaming

The Arctic is screaming

  • Mark Serreze  2007

Experts predicted the Arctic will be ice-free again this year. Instead we are looking at the likelihood of one of the highest summer minimums of the decade.


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The Bremen graph above agrees pretty closely with my measurements from OSISAF maps.

The White House wants to prosecute anyone who believes the Arctic isn’t ice-free.

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10 Responses to Arctic Alarmists Screaming

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    I didn’t hear her scream but there was a whimper when Hempie poked the Arctic again at 0:09:

  2. BobW in NC says:

    DMI ain’t gonna like that chart! They will probably respond “La La La Can’t hear you” instead of trying to reconcile the different results, as good, unbiased science requires.

  3. CheshireRed says:

    Does our Mark have anything to say about his ‘screaming’ Arctic prediction? Nah, just tumbleweed.

  4. oldbrew says:

    Could all climate alarmist credibility be gone before 2017/2020/…. [insert year] ?

  5. Ron Clutz says:

    They are also proclaiming that Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic is melting.

    • Gerald Machnee says:

      Great to see a graph of Eureka. as I suspected, there is not much change but the powers can generate “rapidly increasing warming”

  6. Andy DC says:

    The Arctic is not screaming, but a lot of alarmist lunatics never stop screaming.

  7. An Inquirer says:

    I noticed that the UNI-Bremen has 1972-2015 for the average on the dotted line. Does that mean that UNI-Bremen is using the satellite data from before 1979?

  8. Javier says:

    In a week it will start freezing above 80°N and the melting will slow down. A month later sea ice will start to grow for the following 6 months.

    Hopefully 6 months without alarmist news about an ice-free Arctic. They don’t sell those news when it is cold.

    I betcha next winter will see a larger than usual sea-ice growth. It tends to happen when the melting has been intense, like in 2013 after the 2012 melt.

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