Arctic Gains Seven Hundred Million Hockey Rinks Of Ice Since Last Year

The hockey theory is finally proven. The Arctic has 700,000,000 more hockey rinks (468 m²) of ice today that it did a year ago.

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»Numeric data of sea ice extent in the Arctic Ocean (Ver.1)

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14 Responses to Arctic Gains Seven Hundred Million Hockey Rinks Of Ice Since Last Year

  1. kbray in california says:

    Does that convert to hockey sticks ?

    • kbray in california says:

      If you lay a hockey stick down on the ice, it covers a certain portion of the ice.
      It would take thousands more to cover the rink.
      If that is 10,000 (just a guess) then the Arctic gains would convert to 7,000,000,000,000 (7 trillion) hockey sticks.
      Now that is a number even obummer would recognize.

  2. @NJSnowFan says:

    700 million is a lot but did you include thickness if not it is actual more then 700 million hockey rinks. Hockey rinks are only about 3″ thick the so the arctic ice is about 2 feet+ thick average where there is more coverage then last year at this time. That comes out to 10,800,000,000 more hockey rinks floating in the Arctic.

  3. matayaya says:

    Cute, but hardly advances the discussion.

  4. @NJSnowFan says:

    What’s the square cubic feet?Enough to cover all of United States with about 6″ covering of ice?

  5. Pathway says:

    Perfect fit.

  6. Brian D says:

    JAXA showing min on the 12th at 5.0 (Ver 1) and 4.81 (Ver 2). Will see if that holds depending on wind and compaction.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    Shock news: Forbes says the Guardian, Nutticellie and Meier are FOS.
    Put a fork in it. CAGW is cooked. And so is the carbon tax scam.

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