Arctic Melting Scam In Complete Collapse

Arctic sea ice is growing rapidly, and is close to the 1981-2010 median. And the coverage of old, thick Arctic sea ice has expanded tremendously over the past decade.

2007                    2017

December 1           December 18

This is very bad news for government climate scientists and journalists who have been predicting the exact opposite, so they are ramping up their lies and fraud to spectacular new levels.

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8 Responses to Arctic Melting Scam In Complete Collapse

  1. Latitude says:

    anyone that thinks the AMO has nothing to do with it….better look again

  2. Andy DC says:

    The more the ice grows, the nuttier the alarmists get. It has gotten way past the point of embellishment or fudging. It is a total denial of reality, sanity and science.

    I believe the Great Lakes are going to flash freeze over the next week with temperatures well below 0 F over the entire Midwest.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Only at 5.7 %

      Great Lakes ice growing fast with recent cold
      Updated 9:20 AM; Posted 4:30 AM
      Ice concentration on Great Lakes on December 17, 2017.
      Ice concentration on Great Lakes on December 17, 2017.(Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab/ Coastwatch)
      By Mark Torregrossa
      The amount of ice covering the Great Lakes is growing quickly and ahead of this time last year.

      On December 17, 2017 the Great Lakes had a total of 5.7 percent ice coverage. That may not sound like a lot of ice cover, but it’s early in the season. On December 17, 2016 there was 3.8 percent ice on the Great Lakes. In 2015 on this date there was no ice reported yet.

      The top image shows

      Lake Huron ice concentration on December 17, 2017.
      Lake Huron is building ice the fastest of any Great Lake. On December 17, 2017 Lake Huron had 10.9 percent of its water covered with ice. Last year at this time Lake Huron only had four percent ice cover.

      Great Lakes ice will continue to grow faster than normal in the next two weeks. Temperatures are expected to average well below normal, helping the ice grow.

      If we get windy conditions, the ice can break up and drop into the open water. The broken up ice just helps the water get colder faster, creating more ice.

      Saginaw Bay is reportedly mostly ice covered right now, but the safety of going out on the ice is questionable.

      It won’t be long before ice fishing is possible on shallow inland lakes.

      • Extreme Hiatus says:

        But comes close (from your link):

        “In some of our harshest winters, (1903-04, 1976-77 and most recently 1978-79) Lake Michigan was more than 90 percent ice-covered.

        In an average winter, ice covers a little less than half the lake.”

        There’s the 1970s again.

        So maybe the Gang will have to delete some more history and switch from the Arctic to Lake Michigan. Look! Now it never freezes over!!!

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