Understanding Climate Math

There is more ice than the area of Texas and temperatures are below freezing, but it is all going to melt in the next two weeks. And if you don’t believe it, you are an evil fossil fuel funded denier seeking to destroy the planet.

‘The North Pole could ice-free by next summer’ | World Economic Forum

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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21 Responses to Understanding Climate Math

  1. AndyG55 says:

    Sailing over NP this year?

    Yeah.. good luck with that !!!

  2. Buck Turgidson says:

    Obviously more research grants are needed so that we eventually can determine that cruise ships and commercial vessels now are traveling through the Arctic Sea (as was explained to me recently). Yeah right, only a moron/denier such as myself would have a hard time seeing that wide open, ice free passage right through the Arctic Sea. That sure looks like smooth sailing.
    I understand that some true believers have set off on another brilliant quest to travel through the Arctic Sea to show the 3% of deniers how easy it is (?). If I have that right, they of course will need an icebreaker to rescue them just like the last group of leftards that tried it.

  3. frederik wisse says:

    The difference between Kim and these so-called climate-scientists is that Kim is able to deliver on his forecasts ………

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Maybe, and maybe not, but it is certain that there is a capitalist conspiracy to attack the dominant champion of the annual Earth Hour darkness contests.

      Lubos Motl confirms that a nuclear war against North Korea is demanded by greedy European members of the military-tramway complex.

  4. Jimmy Haigh says:

    If it was ice free in winter then maybe we’d have a problem.

  5. Obiwankenobi says:

    Reality rules!

  6. dp says:

    Hasn’t enough time passed that we can start calculating the mean over the period 1980 – 2010? The current chart is no longer part of reality and implies there is something magical about the period 1980 – 2000 that can’t be forgotten. And of course what they’d like to see forgotten is that 1980 pretty much signaled the end of the 1970s “Coming Ice Age” Mr. Spock warned us about.

  7. Cam says:

    I like how the U.S. Navy site is showing the ice already expanding towards the North American coast. Might just be ice movement, but if it’s in place when the full freeze starts up, it will thicken up well over the winter.

    https://www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil/hycomARC/navo/arcticicen_nowcast_anim30d.gif

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      BTW, as it’s been discussed before on this blog, the Navy webpage continues to have a security certificate problem.

      Your PC doesn’t trust this website’s security certificate.
      Error Code: DLG_FLAGS_INVALID_CA

      Just ignore it. My understanding is that it keeps happening on many .mil sites.

  8. Andy DC says:

    Maybe it is time for climate scientists to do a switcheroo and go back to their non existent Ice Age scare of the 1970’s. After all, winter is coming and it is going to get cold, so why not? They can still blame Trump and his evil, unwashed white supremicist supporters.

  9. oldbrew says:

    Off they go…

    Final posts as we set sail – follow @arcticmission to keep up to date #protect90north
    http://dumbside.wordpress.com/2017/08/15/final-posts-as-we-set-sail-follow-arcticmission-to-keep-up-to-date-protect90north-filming-travel/

  10. Paul says:

    I archived the link “‘The North Pole could ice-free by next summer’ | World Economic Forum” at https://archive.is/DEgOI in case the original page disappears.

    • Adrian Roman says:

      It’s of no use, they protected themselves by the usage of weasel words as usual: “could be free of sea ice”. It could also be hit by a large asteroid next year, but I wouldn’t bet on it.

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