Earth To Be Covered With Ice By 2030

Using the standard climate science practice of applying a linear fit to one small portion of a cyclical waveform, I have determined that Earth will be completely covered with ice by the year 2030.

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26 Responses to Earth To Be Covered With Ice By 2030

  1. angech says:

    Well, it’s started I guess?

  2. Mark Luhman says:

    Sad thing about your prediction is it more likely than us burning up due to CO2!

  3. John Glanton says:

    I have determined that there are dense people who cannot grasp satire who will ridicule you for making stupid predictions based on cherry-picked graph start points.

  4. AndyG55 says:

    The only good thing about what happens if the red line starts to turn and to climb above all the others……

    ….. is that we won’t here a single yap from Dishonest Jimbo or dope-fried griff

  5. Jimmy Haigh says:


    Can you put a simple Facebook share thingy on your posts?

  6. gator69 says:

    You forgot about the positive feedback loops. You cannot leave out the positive feedback loops.

    One day climate experts will discover that the Earth was completely covered in ice in 1979.

    • gator69 says:

      Humans still dropping because of genocidal alarmists…

    • Frank K. says:

      Here’s the NANSEN data, Griff. Nothing alarming at all. Minor oscillations about the mean minimum. The ice area is, in fact, increasing now, suggesting the seasonal ice recovery is under way.

    • AndyG55 says:

      A LONG way to go before it gets down to MWP levels,

      and even further before its down to “ice-free” like often happened in the first 3/4 of the Holocene.

      Unfortunately, the HIGHLY BENEFICIAL drop from the LIA levels seems to have stalled, zero trend for the last decade or more.

      No need to keep wetting your bed in PANIC about it, is there griff.

  7. The Watcher says:

    I have the same concern over daylight. I’ve discovered that we are suddenly suffering a loss of several minutes everyday.
    If it keeps up this rate, by May of next year there will be no sunlight at all and perpetual night will descend on us for ever.
    Not sure how CO2 is doing this, but it must be.

  8. Jeff Jones says:

    Can’t help laughing every time I see these!

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