I calculated average Arctic sea ice thickness by dividing DMI volume by MASIE extent. Average ice thickness has been increasing for a decade, and this year had the third highest maximum thickness and highest minimum thickness since the start of MASIE records in 2006.
Ice thickness near the North Pole is about the same thickness (two meters) as it was 60 years ago.
Climate experts (of course) claim the exact opposite, and say that the Arctic has passed a tipping point. Apparently they don’t have access to the Internet, can’t look up their own data, and don’t know how to do division.