1954 – Arctic Ice Thinning And Receding

04 Feb 1954, Page 26 – Daily Independent Journal at Newspapers.com

1954 was the low point, and ice extent increased from 1954 to 1979. Climate scientists pretend they don’t have any data before 1979, because it destroys their multi-billion dollar global warming scam.

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6 Responses to 1954 – Arctic Ice Thinning And Receding

  1. Steve Case says:

    Those charts from the earlier IPCC reports used a 10% standard opposed to the 15% used more recently. If the area covered included that with only 10% of the area, today’s charts would show an even larger area of sea ice coverage would they not?

    I don’t think it’s the other around. In other words the shift to the larger requirement is just another way of making changes to support the Climate Change narrative.

    • Steve Case says:

      Just checked chapter 7 of first IPCC report and it says sea ice is defined when concentration exceeds 10% (Ropelewsky 1983)

      By the time the third assessment report was rolled out that was changed to 15%.

      Some people think that invalidates what Tony points out on a regular basis on these pages. It doesn’t. Rather it magnifies what he says.

      I’m on an IPad in the north woods, otherwise I would put up the links – I’m in a few hours.

  2. Mr GrimNasty says:

    It’s just as interesting that 60 years ago the press calls it a ‘comfort’, but today it’s a disaster!

  3. Phil Jones says:

    Great stuff…

    Yep, that’s why the Church of Climate Change started in 1979!!

  4. John Niclasen says:

    About Fig. 5.2 from the DoE Projecting CO2 report being used here, the caption reads:

    “Figure 5.2. Annual mean and 5-year running mean sea ice amount in the Arctic Ocean from 1920-1975 (data from Vinnikov et al. [1980]).”

    There is a translation of the original Vinnikov (1980) paper:


    That same graph is Fig. 3, and the caption reads:

    “Fig. 3. Change in area of ice cover in Arctic Ocean in second half of Aug-
    ust. For annotations see Fig. 2.”

    There seems to be an error in translation in one of them. It would be good to have a look at the original russian paper.

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