Skate (SSN-578), surfaced at the North Pole, 17 March 1959
But we all know the NH ice was much healthier back then…Tamino showed it!
What I love is how he claims that the SH ice has dropped a ton from 1940 to the last 1970s, but that claim is in apparent conflict with his claim at another time that modern global warming started in 1975.
Seadragon US submarine at North Pole 1962
HMS Investigator got trapped in ice on the last leg of the North West Passage in 1853
ummmm, March of 1959 you say? Just around the peak Arctic extent.
I wonder what it looked like up there that year in September.
Sereze? Julienne? Bueller? Anyone?
the poor bears…or is it polar bears?
We should be wary of Arctic ice claims until the satellite data will be able to show the polynyas
It’s a nice bright day in that picture, normally it is dark around that time of year at the North Pole isn’t it?
The sun would be just coming up, and it looks foggy.
Yes, that would explain it. I wondered if they had used another “library” photo which had more water in it than they actually encountered. Certainly a lot of water there for that time of year.
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