No Trend In Arctic Sea Ice

There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice extent since the start of MASIE records in 2006.


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13 Responses to No Trend In Arctic Sea Ice

  1. rory says:

    There is no upward trend in climate alarmists brain power either.

  2. MrGrimNasty says:

    According to UAH March was colder than average in the Arctic, significantly colder than last year. And high in the atmosphere it was so cold that the Arctic made its own ozone hole!

  3. Seamus says:

    Can’t be true. Mainstream media tells us that the Arctic is melting at an accelerated rate and they never lie.

  4. Bob says:

    Frequency+amplitude remarkably stable yet with just that reassuring hum modulation of nature itself. Raucous anthro babble but a mere whisper.

  5. Robert Gipson says:

    The utter fraud of coronavirus “testing,” or, *why* coronaviruses were chosen for the model “pandemic”:

  6. Charlie Stevens says:

    I enjoy your work and was wondering if you would consider a newsletter with printouts of your graphs and explanations to show some of my climate change believer friends. I’ve tried to print some of them but doesn’t work so well.Also how about a book as if you’re not busy enough with your daily posts

  7. Robert Gipson says:

    Here’s a video by the man who invented email when he was 14 years old (Hint: It wasn’t Al Gore).

    Fast fwd to 1:16:30 – 1:18. wherein he discusses the rise of Orwellian “scientific consensus,” the “virus bogeyman” and “CO2 bogeyman.”

  8. Coeur de Lion says:

    Someone must tell ‘Sir’ David Attenborough who’s whispery voiceover during the appalling walruses-falling-off-cliffs falsehoods declares it was disappearing Arctic ice that did it. Shameful.

  9. Alexander MCCLINTOCK says:

    And the sea ice extent today is back to the same level as it was in 1974 … 14.75 million square kilometers according to US Navy. My son, points out that the US Navy took a keen interest in the ice, because it impacted on its ability to launch missiles.
    We had 14.87 million square kilometers on Feb 21 2020…
    so NO fall in sea ice extent since 1974!.
    Thanks Tony; you drew our attention to this discovery several months ago.
    I did a check on your figures.
    You were correct – thank you.

  10. Caleb Shaw says:

    I like how you show the “big picture” with this graph, but even if you use the graphs Alarmists use, (which always start in 1979 when sea-ice levels were high), you can’t get around the fact the extents hit a bottom around 2007, with a second dip around 2012, but haven’t continued any sort of “Death Spiral”. In fact if you start your graph in 2007 the “trend” has been an increase. It seems to suggest the sea-ice follows the movement of the AMO in its cycles from “cold” phases to “warm”, and then back to “cold” again.

    FYI, that MODAiC expedition up there has been buffeted by some strong winds, cracking up the sea-ice around their ship. They seem to be very hush-hush about the challenges they are being faced with. They don’t want media sensationalism, but their blue-ice airstrip got wrecked by a lead, and their next scheduled resupply was suppose to be by air. To make matters worse, some members of the resupply aircrew have tested positive for the Corona Virus, and the last thing they want is the virus introduced to their expedition. I think this may be a developing story.

    I describe the situation in my long-winded way, (griping a lot about having to put up with fifteen years worth of “Fake News” about sea-ice, but also discussing the MOSAiC situation), here:

    By the way, I just know some Alarmists will use the cracks in the sea-ice around the MOSAiC crew as an “example” of how sea-ice is thinner and getting “rotton”, but I believe such “Fake News” can be countered by a picture of a submarine surfacing at or near the Pole in 1959. As I recall that picture was not taken in September, when sea-ice is at its minimum, but rather in March, when sea-ice is at its maximum.

    Stay well, and enjoy the spring. I love the masses of migrating birds who don’t care a hoot what the newspapers say, and just sing.

  11. Robert Gipson says:

    Tony, knowing how you appreciate statistics and hard tabulated data, thought you’d find this of passing interest:


    Hey tony i was looking at the above and they state there has been a 13% loss in artic sea ice please could u explain the results

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