Lack Of Sea Ice Causes Excess Sea Ice

The Baltic Sea is freezing up much earlier than normal. We are told that the record cold in the Baltic is due to a lack of sea ice, so it follows that the excess sea ice is due to a lack of sea ice.

http://www.thelocal.se/31072/20101226/

h/t to Pierre Gosselin and Marc Morano

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8 Responses to Lack Of Sea Ice Causes Excess Sea Ice

  1. suyts says:

    lol, so if we have more ice, can we expect less ice? hahahaha

  2. Morgan in sweden says:

    It is cold, I promise! not fun at all, where I live (north of Stockholm) it has been below freezing point since the 23:th of november.

    There is a lot of snow, I can not imagine what it will look like unless we soon will have some days above freezing point, but there are no such weather predictions just more cold….

  3. Lazarus says:

    “We are told that the record cold in the Baltic is due to a lack of sea ice,”

    Who exactly is doing the telling? Is the research published and peer reviewed and available for review? Provide a link please.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    But Hudson Bay is not frozen over. That spells doom for the polar bears!

  5. libdave says:

    1984 revisited:
    Freedom is Slavery
    War is Peace
    Lack of Ice is Excess Ice

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