Antarctica Sea Ice Above Normal For 439 Days In A Row

ScreenHunter_118 Feb. 07 22.49

arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.south.anom.1979-2008

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4 Responses to Antarctica Sea Ice Above Normal For 439 Days In A Row

  1. What are the odds? If things were normal, this would be a 0.5^439 event. So we can be sure that this hasn’t happened before. If we filled 10^23 universes wall to wall with protons, this is more unlikely than one in that number. :-)

    Therefore this is unprecedented. Or something like that…

    • Of course this has happened before. There was an ice age 12000 years ago. The LIA would have had a greater anomaly. There is no such thing as ”normal” with climate/weather, change is ongoing.

  2. gator69 says:

    ‘Above the 1979-2008 observed average’ would be more correct. And the use of ‘normal’ when describing weather or climate is a pet peeve of mine, it plays into the alarmist hand by using their preferred wording.

    He who controls language controls thought.

  3. kbray in california says:

    That’s an easy one Steven.
    Modern CAGW Theory:
    All the cold Arctic air flowed down to the bottom of the planet…
    because cold air sinks.
    It’s all due to the warming.

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