The Basic Physics Of The Arctic Meltdown

The world’s leading global warming expert/prophet, James Hansen of Columbia University and NASA, says the Arctic will be ice-free no later than this year. His work is based on settled science which 97% of the world scientists agree on.

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The basic physics behind this is that ice doesn’t melt at -30C.


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Arctic sea ice extent is near the 1981-2010 median everywhere except for the Bering Sea.

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Arctic sea ice is very thick, and volume continues to increase.

DMI Modelled ice thickness

The melt season near the North Pole is only 70 days long, and in recent years has been colder than normal.

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It is difficult to melt fifteen feet of ice when the melt season is very short and temperatures rarely get above 1C. Nevertheless, NASA leading expert says the Arctic will be ice-free this summer. NASA also says we will have a new ice age by the year 2021.

U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming

It is basic physics that ice doesn’t melt below the freezing point, and basic economics that many scientists will say whatever is necessary to keep funding coming in.

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9 Responses to The Basic Physics Of The Arctic Meltdown

  1. Norilsk says:

    It sure feels like an ice age here in Southern Ontario. 1 C, overcast and windy. Just waiting for the ice storm to hit.

  2. Norilsk says:

    It’s reported that the Atlantic Ocean Current has slowed to the lowest point in the past 1,000 year. Another arrow to a coming ice age?

    • Brad says:

      No, scientist say it is due to global warming that the currents (gulfstream) weakens. Machting perfectly with the weather here next week with days above 80 fahrenheit what will beat all time records. We are going for an all time warm april month.

    • MrGrimNasty says:

      Actual NASA observations (2010 study, and NOT model/proxy rubbish) showed it had, if anything, sped up slightly.

  3. Steve Case says:

    The Antarctic doesn’t melt either.

  4. David M. says:

    “Would you believe” … “missed by that much”, AGAIN!

    Maxwell Smart, renowned intelligence agent.

  5. Foon Der says:

    400 ppm trace gas causes a greenhouse effect?

  6. Jim Hunt says:

    Since we’re discussing “The Basic Physics Of The Arctic” perhaps somebody here wouldn’t mind Googling the freezing point of Arctic Ocean water for me?

    Meanwhile here’s a pretty picture of some thin ice:

  7. oldbrew says:

    Climate science has another trick – kicking the can down the road. Making 2050 the new 2020 gets most current alarmists off the hook.

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