Party’s Over For The Arctic Melting Scam

The Arctic has been cold all summer and is forecast to be cold for the next two weeks. After that, the volume melt rate will tail off sharply.

10-Day Temperature Outlook

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34 Responses to Party’s Over For The Arctic Melting Scam

  1. Brian D says:

    The reason for the colder weather forecast for the following week has to do with this potential pattern developing for a few days.

  2. spike55 says:

    July 1st

    DMI ice volume is now above +1sd in the whole of the DMI ice volume record since 2003.

    • Steven Fraser says:

      Indeed it is, and even further above the +1sd for the DMI graphed years.

      Other numbers for the July 1 values:
      2018 now at 111.45% of both the 16-yr average, and the 2004-2013 (charted) average.

      The gap between 2018 and #3 2014 has widened to 73 cu km, but the gap between 2018 and 2003 (#2) has narrowed by 124 to 904. In the last week, this gap has narrowed by 797 cu km, 46.8% of what it was on June 24.

      For comparison, below is the DMI graph for 2004, which also shows 2003. Those years, while both having high levels in April, had quite different lows, both in timing and in value. Notice that 2003’s values went below the graph average, and then had an abrupt, sharp reversal.

      Very interesting!

      Stay tuned.

      • Timothy says:

        Wasn’t the 2003 drop due to a warm tropical cyclone that hit the arctic near peak melt and churned up the ice?

  3. Scott Koontz says:

    Who to believe? I vote “scientists.”

    • tonyheller says:

      You have no clue what a scientist is, much less who they are.

    • spike55 says:

      You need to catch up with the data.

      NSIDC currently has Arctic sea extent above: 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, and 2017

      MASIE has Arctic sea ice extent above: 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2017

      DMI has Arctic ice volume above EVERY year back to and including 2005

      Melt is VERY slow this year because the ice is thicker than it has been for many years.

      Try not to look like a fool.

    • paul courtney says:

      So it”s belief your after then. I vote “church”. And my vote counts the same.

  4. Scott Koontz says:

    Ice mass low. Ice extent low. Arctic had some exceptional warm days this past winter.

    • tonyheller says:

      Your Arctic melting BS will be over soon.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Scott you must be a total moron … your warm days were still 10 to 20 degrees C below zero and therefore not warm at all … merely above average & yes there is a difference!
      Temperature data is here showing the actual temperature for Scott’s “warm days” … he will be too thick to look at actual data even when spoon fed to him.

    • sunsettommy says:

      When will your many warmist scientist prophets prediction of no summer ice going to happen?

      It was supposed to be zero 10 years ago, but who’s counting……


      • arn says:

        Well-30 years of Hansens failed predictions were not enough.
        The increase of polar bear population instead going extinct
        was not enough.
        The massive decrease of hurricanes instead of a massive increase was not enough.
        The non existent increase in sea level rise
        (no islands drowning,massive increase in prizes for houses at the beach,no massive change of countries/continents topographie and coastal shape as logical result of rising sea levels ) was not enough.

        His behaviour reminds me of the religion
        that was founded by a massmurdering pedophile&rapist&massenslaver who genozided several tribed
        -and still his followers claim that the founder is the most perfect human being ever and that one has to become like me.

        But maybe one day the results of cognitive disonance will hit him like a hammer,
        and than he will start to ask himself:
        How the hell could it happen that climate science went from one absolut extreme(ice age) to another extreme(AGW)
        within very few years.
        And when climate gases are supposed to add(let’s say)30 degrees to our climate
        how the hell could science go from “ice age is gonna cool down planet earth by 5-10 degrees”
        to “earth is gonna heating up 5-10 degrees”
        by adding a few co2 molecules to our atmosphere
        on a planet that is covered 3/4 by climate gas h2o.
        That’s a difference of up to 20 degrees from ice age theory to AGW theory and a completely irrellevant number of superweak climate gas co2 is supposed to do this
        though one needs huge amounts of energy to get such a gigantic difference and it is impossible to misscalculate and be wrong on such a scale .

      • Steven Fraser says:

        The IPCC AR5 report (2013) that first discussed it said ‘Likely’ by mid-century, if RPC8.5 was maintained, with ‘Medium’ Confidence.

        For lower RPC scenarios, they had no projection.

        Oh, and there is a formal definition for ‘Nearly Ice Free’… less than 1 million sq km in September, 5 years in a row. Image from the report attached.

    • spike55 says:


      NSIDC currently has Arctic sea extent above: 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, and 2017

      MASIE has Arctic sea ice extent above: 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2017

      DMI has Arctic ice volume above EVERY year back to and including 2005

      You DO look like a fool. Is it by choice or ignorance?

    • Disillusioned says:

      Scott Koontz said, “Arctic had some exceptional warm days this past winter.”

      That is known as propaganda. Better known as a LIE. There is no “exceptional” warm”th when the temperature is below freezing. Scott, you are a liar.

      The sad part is, you know you are a liar. Either that, or you are a useful idiot moron.

  5. Bob Hoye says:

    Here is my morning routine:
    Space Weather for the Spotless Day Count. At 50 percent now. :)
    DMI Arctic temperature.
    DMI Ice Thickness.
    Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Balance.
    Then, the “Deplorables”.
    Now the plot of Greenland ice is well above the mean line and continues to extend. This is the unhinged part. Although plotted daily, I check it a few times during the day–because it is so “pretty”.

    • Steven Fraser says:

      Greenland smb GREW yesterday. A-mazing.

    • angech says:

      I do a lot the same.
      Must get off the computer and go back to life.
      PIOMAS will hopefully be good.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Bob, here is Ms Griff’s routine:

      DMI Arctic temperature.
      30 minutes breathing through a Personal Oxygen Bar.
      DMI Ice Thickness.
      45 calming minutes reading Das Kapital.
      Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Balance.
      60 minutes breathing through a Personal Oxygen Bar.
      Reading a New York Times article about the Deplorables.
      Buying a Antifa hoodie.
      Knitting pussy hats for 6 hours and resisting for another 6 (several bathroom breaks taken, in full uniform).

  6. Bob Hoye says:

    The forecast of probably two weeks of cooler than normal could be critical.
    A couple of weeks ago I “eyeballed” some charts for the turn of the season.
    DMI temp chart–the mean returns to below the freezing level close to August 23rd.
    The Greenland surface mass balance stops declining in the middle of August.
    The DMI chart of the maximum melt rate peaks in the third week in July.
    Going to be interesting.

  7. Psalmon says:

    The cool thing about the Arctic is that at the end of Summer the lights actually are turned out. Party over.

  8. Disillusioned says:

    Scott Koontz informed us that he listens to “scientists” who tell him that “exceptional warmth” occurs at temperatures below freezing.

    Tony said, “You have no clue what a scientist is, much less who they are.”

    Bingo and BOOM!

  9. Steven Fraser says:

    Update for July 2 DMI Sea Ice Volume numbers:

    2018 still #4, at 111.91% of the 16-year average, and 114.05% of the 2003-2013 DMI graphed average. In both cases, rising farther past 1st std deviation.

    2014 and 2018 did not change much in relation to each other. The gap between them grew by 9 cu km, and is now 84.

    The gap between 2018 and 2003 narrowed by 179 in today’s report, and is now 725.

    As a reminder, 2014 crosses above 2003 on the report for July 6. At current rates of change for 2018, it may be at the same value, and cross 2003 as well.


    Stay tuned.

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