Polar Meltdown : Antarctic Sea Ice 30,000 Manhattans Above Normal

 

http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index/images/daily_images/S_timeseries.png

It baffles me how the Met Office can predict this
Senior forecaster Johnathan Powell

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15 Responses to Polar Meltdown : Antarctic Sea Ice 30,000 Manhattans Above Normal

  1. Don’t they say that ‘global warming’ shows up first at the Poles? Doh!

  2. To compensate GISS will have to ‘adjust’ Arctic data more.

  3. Why aren’t NSIDC employees making a big deal out of how much South Pole ice is above the 1979-2000 average like they do about North Pole ice being below the 1979-2000 average? Huh? Why? No mention of a death spiral there? No talk of not “if” but “when” there??

  4. Stefan says:

    Climate chaos!

  5. You mean the ’79-’00 ice average is considered ‘normal’?

  6. etudiant says:

    If interested in global climate trends, the most sensible way to track sea ice is to look at it globally, not just one pole at a time.
    The global sea ice area is here:

    The record shows remarkable stability, with perhaps a slight downtrend over the past 30 plus years.

  7. The ice is infesting Antarctica. It’s an infestation spiral. Run!

  8. Gator says:

    OK, I recognize Hansen and Mann, but not the other three. Is this their peer review panel? Or are they the “adjusters” we keep hearing about?

  9. Mike Davis says:

    The one on the left is Hansen’s Boss with his mouth covered. Then we Have Gavin the modeler with his Eyes covered. With Mann is his co-author Bradley!

  10. peterhodges says:

    huh. i thought they were clinton, bush, and obama

  11. Dr. Shooshmon, phd. says:

    @Shlub

    Shlub, I use a different starting point than most scientists. I start thousands of years ago, when there were no ice caps, so my data indicate that ice is growing at an alarming rate and that the only solution is to pump more ghg’s into the air. Otherwise, we face total frostification. Shlub, I would say 1979-2000 have been unusually high periods of arctic ice, further reinforcing my research.

  12. Dr. Shooshmon, phd. says:

    @Shlub

    Shlub, what are your thoughts on the current state of arctic ice? I am predicting massive gains in ice, steadily for the next decade, at both poles.

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