Shocking Increase In Antarctic Sea Ice

Twenty years ago on this date, Antarctic sea ice occupied 1.3 million km^2. Today it has increased by almost 100% to 2.4 million km^2.

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

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5 Responses to Shocking Increase In Antarctic Sea Ice

  1. kbray in california says:

    There must be a politically correct explanation for this….
    let’s see…

    this new ice is high carbon ice
    it is also called rotten ice
    it forms at an adjusted higher temperature
    it only melts at temperatures below freezing
    the true real pure ice is gone forever
    comparing old ice with new ice is comparing apples and oranges
    politically rotten apples and politically rotten oranges

    More clear proof of global warming

    Personally, I’d like to throw in a few rotten tomatoes,
    hitting the politically correct targets, of course.
    We know the names.

  2. Eric Simpson says:

    Things that make you go hmmm…
    Like so many other things, this is not consistent with global warming theory. Bookmark this post to use in your arguments. Use both links in making your case (also the uiuc raw data link).

  3. Ben says:

    Thick ice in the Antarctic is rotten de-ozonated ice
    Thin ice in the Arctic is rotten sooted ice

    Thick ice in the Arctic is … lalalalalala… not listening!

  4. Anyone hear anything about Australian whales retreating to Antarctica because of “Global Warming”? Just ran across a ref to that and it was a new one on me.

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