A Mechanism To Produce An Ice-Free Arctic

In order to melt the Arctic ice cap, all that NASA needs to do is change earth’s orbit to make summer last an extra ninety days.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Expert: Arctic polar cap may disappear this summer_English_Xinhua

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11 Responses to A Mechanism To Produce An Ice-Free Arctic

  1. Robertv says:

    Wouldn’t that make winter last an extra ninety days on the Southern Hemisphere?

  2. Al Shelton says:

    If the Alarmists get NASA to tilt the earth from 23.4 degrees to 90 degrees they will then be correct that the arctic will become ice free.

  3. Rosco says:

    According to climate science the period of rotation of any planet is irrelevant to the greenhouse effect – nuff said really.

  4. Jason Calley says:

    I think you may be on to something with the “add 90 days to the summer” idea! Incredible as it may sound, the CAGW enthusiasts have already done something with the same principle in mind. They didn’t add any days to the summer, but instead they already took two or three days off of winter. Why else did they make February only 28 days long?

    (/end humor/) :)

  5. Steven Fraser says:

    DMI Sea Ice for November 9: Value 12,462 cu km, 95.02% of the 16-year average for the day, and 94.29% of the graphed 10-year average. Rank is #10. Growth since Nov 7 is 124.58% of average, reducing the gap between it and 2015 and 2010 (#9 and #8) values, which are now within 100 cu km of current.

    It took 5 days for the most recent 1,000 cu km to grow. Since the low stand on Sep 10, the progression has been as follows:

    1st 1000: 17 days
    2nd 1000: 16 days
    3rd 1000: 9 days
    4th 1000: 7 days
    5th 1000: 5 days
    6th 1000: 5 days

    The DMI Sea Ice volume has now double (100.58%) the volume of the September 10 low stand.

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