1940 : Arctic Rapidly Melting – How Does NASA Respond?

One third of Arctic sea ice disappeared between 1890 and 1940, when CO2 levels were below 310 PPM.

13 Oct 1940, Page 76 – Hartford Courant at Newspapers.com

Glaciers in Greenland and Norway were melting rapidly and facing “catastrophic collapse.”

17 Dec 1939, Page 15 – Harrisburg Sunday Courier at Newspapers.com

The facts wreck global warming theory, so NASA quite predictably responded by erasing the 1940’s Arctic warmth.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

According the the article above, peak ice thickness in 1940 was 218 cm. – which is considerably less than the current peak ice thickness.


There are many indications that the 1940’s were as warmer or warmer than the present, and that government climate scientists intentionally erased the warmth.


NCAR 1974      NASA 2017

Global warming is not about science. It is about billions of dollars of government funding corrupting academia.

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4 Responses to 1940 : Arctic Rapidly Melting – How Does NASA Respond?

  1. John Niclasen says:

    What happened to Naval Research Laboratory HYCOM/CICE ?

    “As of 30 Sept 2017, ACNFS will be replaced by the Global Ocean Forecast System (GOFS 3.1). Daily Arctic and Antarctic ice products are available from the GOFS 3.1web page. The ACNFS webpage will remain in service for historical purposes but will not be updated with real-time ice forecast products.”

    From: https://www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil/hycomARC/skill_public.html

    Latest Ice Thickness with old method:

    Now check the same with new method:

    That looks a lot thinner!?
    Changes to new method seems to be happening in July, 2017. See archive:


  2. Tom B says:

    Cambridge bay Nunavut -31 c now also big Arctic blast coming here for Friday in Midwest doesn’t seem like arctic warming this year

  3. Steve Case says:

    Some blogs allow a signature line – you know a place for smarmy smart remarks. I have a collection of those so as to fit my smart a$$ comment to what ever I posted – and to get to the point, I added this one to the list:

    It would be good to remove at least part of the 1940s blip, but
    we are still left with “why the blip”.              Tom Wigley – 2009

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