“Higher than average Svalbard sea ice extent”

Higher than average Svalbard sea ice extent in November 2021 has implications for birth of cubs | polarbearscience

One hundred years ago, there was no ice around Svalbard all winter.

 

03 Dec 1922, Page 63 – The Washington Times at Newspapers.com

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4 Responses to “Higher than average Svalbard sea ice extent”

  1. Paul Marks says:

    The chances that this will be reported by the “mainstream” media are just about zero.

  2. Vegieman says:

    Jim!, Phil.! Where are you when we need you?

  3. WBrowning says:

    Just sent you a donation. Are you still producing videos while in youtube jail? If so, are they all going to rumble? Also, before it seemed like you rumble feed was a day or more behind yt.
    Thanks for all your hard work!

  4. Wins Triumphs Godel says:

    Sir,

    This summer appears to be win for the man causes global warming warming alarmists as the arctic sea reached the lowest on record. However, NASA in 2020 predicted that increased solar radiation straight from the sun would continue until the summer of 2021:

    https://www.firstpost.com/tech/science/as-sun-enters-solar-cycle-25-experts-foresee-below-average-solar-activity-till-july-2021-8825531.html

    Please link to that article and discuss the low ice of the summer 2021 and its correlation to that data.

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