Normal Sea Ice Extent At Both Poles

After fifteen years of nonstop propaganda about record heat and record polar melting, sea ice extent is normal both poles.

Charctic Interactive Sea Ice Graph | Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis

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14 Responses to Normal Sea Ice Extent At Both Poles

  1. Lance says:

    oh the horror…normal!!!
    Reggie must be out of propane(or in jail?)

  2. Jimmy Haigh says:

    I often share your posts on Facebook – and they are often shared by some of my FB friends. I shared this one with the following intro:

    “So, after over 30 years of “incessant unprecedented global warming”, you’d think they’d have something to show for it? They can fiddle the numbers and lie about it; they can set fire to forests; they can continue to piss trillions of taxpayer money against the walls of academia and at “green” projects and industries – but they can’t make ice melt if it doesn’t want to. “

  3. DCA says:

    Could this be a threat to climate industry jobs?

    Let’s hope NSIDC doesn’t start “adjusting” their data.

  4. dp says:

    Need a definition of normal and when it became the norm and maybe how long it was the normal.

  5. DCA says:

    It is interesting that in the Antarctic, the Record Minimum is barely outside of the normal range (i.e., +/- 2 std dev). That is remarkable consistency year after year.

  6. Michael says:

    It might be interesting to note the nearest weather station, to that record temperature in Antartica, shows no obvious trend, this must be just weather ;)

  7. Oztruthseeker says:

    I would assume, dp, that ‘normal’ is the long-term average measured over many decades at least and that is pretty self-explanatory, cutting out short-term or cyclic overmelting or overgrowing.

    • Phil. says:

      On the graphs that Tony showed the gray band is the 1981-2010 average ± 2stdev, in both cases the 2020 data is below the average.

      • Gator says:

        Thanks Phail, for illustrating exactly what Oztruthseeker was saying, that the 1981-2010 average is a cherrypicked and meaningless metric. Of course if you want to nitpick, and you do, the 1981-2010 average is not meaningless, it means alarmists are working to steal liberty and starve humans.

  8. billtoo says:

    no worries. 1.5 months before the upcoming US presidential election they’ll drop the ice extent in the Antarctic 2 sd like they did last time.

  9. spike55 says:

    I have to disagree that current levels are “normal”

    They are actually very much on the HIGH side for the Holocene.

    For most of the last 10,000 years, there has been A LOT LESS Arctic sea ice.

    That being said, NSIDC shows Arctic sea ice extent is above same day-of-year extent for all of the last 15 years except 2008 and 2009

    There is one heck of a lot of sea ice up there !!!

  10. Logic n reason says:

    This publicised record temperature in the Antarctic is a joke. Iceland is 1800 miles South of the North Pole and experiences 17-20C in the summer. Esperanza, the Antarctic station where this temperature was recorded is 2000 miles North of the South Pole. It,s actually about 700 miles Southwest of the Falkland Islands. In other words it’s in the Antarctic region but certainly not at the South Pole. The problem is the propaganda machine makes people think the South Pole is hitting record temperatures while it is at least -30C and it’s summer!

  11. Edward says:

    Tony I saw the article and I want to know your thoughts:

    “What we see with this glacier melting is irrefutable evidence of global warming,” Macron said after visiting the 4.7-mile (7.5km) glacier.”

    Thank you.

    • Gator says:

      The fact that we are still warming out of the coldest period in the past 10,000 years is also ” irrefutable evidence of global warming”.

      Climates always change, and only an idiot would believe that man is the cause.

      Macron is an idiot.

      Don’t be an idiot.

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