Polar Meltdown

Over the past eight days, Arctic sea ice melt has been the slowest on record. Antarctic sea ice extent is fifth highest on record for the date.

OSI-420 | osisaf.metsis.met.no



The extent of sea ice on earth today is higher than 1990, when the first IPCC report was released.

In 2009, experts said all of the multi-year Arctic sea ice was gone.

Multiyear Arctic ice is effectively gone: expert | Reuters

But there has been a significant expansion of thick ice over the past 13 years.

DMI Modelled ice thickness

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8 Responses to Polar Meltdown

  1. Gasher says:

    The IPCC assert that with rising CO2 the polar ice should have melted by now. NASA/NOAA have been cheering from the sides and (at least in headline) show the ice melt of the current year versus the worst on record , 2012. Not only that, the written commentary from NOAA has been expecting that “this is the year” for a melt that surpasses 2012 and proves that we are all doomed. But wait! The naughty ice hasn’t melted and NOAA can’t tell you why. Lets face it, its daylight most of the day at this time of year, so the ice should not have stopped melting. Clearly something is happening but NOAA don’t do science any longer, they have become the marketing arm of the IPCC.

  2. John Sturges says:

    Expressing concern ND demanding more money to study a biased agenda is the name of game. It is how these people are gaming the rest of us.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    When was there 80 meter thick ice, and can we trust whoever measured it? We know all those scientists from the 1800-1900 were all incompetent and took bad measurements that NOAA and NASA must continually correct.
    I read a lot about the early attempts to reach the North Pole, Commander Peary, etc.
    Peary reached the Pole on April 6, 1909. It surprised me that they always launched their attempts in the winter to avoid open water leads, and they still encountered leads! You see many pictures of ice pushed up on top of other ice in mounds. That would not happen if the ice were 80 meters thick. Did the fool expert get off by an order of magnitude? 8 meters thick is believable. 80? Maybe during the Ice Age.

  4. Chewer says:

    What, you mean there aren’t 1000’s of people reserving N.W. Passage trips on Princess cruise lines?
    Ha, ha, ha!

  5. gregole says:

    And on one even tried to kayak to the ice free north pole this year. The stoopid publicity stunts have vanished along with all the polar “experts” (spelled “T R O L L S”) that used to weigh in every year. What ever happened to the ice-free Arctic so confidently and stridently predicted only a few short years ago?

    It’s almost like this climate changey thing with ice-free Arctics was really nothing more than another passing fad like Eugenics or Phrenology. Looks like it’s going out of fashion.

  6. David March says:

    Our world is in the thrall of Demons and Perverts.

    Truth is only useful to them insofar as it provides a reliable marker against which to gauge the outrageousness of their lies.

  7. gregole says:

    Oh and here’s an interesting factoid showing human insignificance on planet earth:


    These people that think we control the weather… how silly.

    • Torgo says:

      Well stated. Always a lot of money to be made selling the illusion of control over that which cannot be controlled. As I often say, the climate people have an existential problem and their death-anxiety is somewhat relieved by their activism. Terror Management Theory 101.

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