“Arctic temps climb off the charts”

Record low ice extent, record heat, record thin ice, hottest year ever. No doubt all the ice will be gone this summer.

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20 Responses to “Arctic temps climb off the charts”

  1. Latitude says:

    13th warmest March on record…..

    …which means that 12 were warmer

    Which means that global temperatures are not getting warmer………………..

  2. Latitude says:

    Latitude, on April 16, 2011 at 3:30 pm said: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    13th warmest March on record – 12 were warmer
    14th Jan-Mar period on record – 13 were warmer
    England 5th driest – 4 were drier
    Antarctic sea ice (not on land) 3rd lowest – 2 were lower
    Why was it warmer, drier, and less ice in the past?
    CO2 levels have increased, why have temps gotten cooler and ice more?
    ===================================================
    Anyone want to start a pool to see if this post gets through?

    • Mike Davis says:

      With an attitude like that it is obvious you are just trying to get the truth and that is not part of the agenda. At a site that tends to bend opinions the truth is not appreciated so your comment will be ignored!

      • Latitude says:

        Then more people like us should start saying and posting the obvious…

        I don’t think a lot of people get it…

        ….if it’s the 13th warmest, it can’t be getting warmer

      • Mike Davis says:

        Latitude:
        With their methods it could well be the 100th warmest since the records began 100+ years ago. The errors in the equipment and methods are larger than the final product. With variable temperatures they should be measuring peak to peak but with a known one hundred plus thousand year weather pattern the globe experiences any changes less than two C do not mean S###! Especially when the weather varies by 100C from region to region.
        These idiots are talking about less that one percent change.

      • suyts says:

        I think you’re right, most people have a reflective reaction to this stuff rather than thinking about it.

    • suyts says:

      lmao! 4 comments. 4 skeptical comments.

  3. wildman says:

    fascinating…the thirteenth warmest march…and i heard on NPR, yesterday, that only the fourth lesbian sprinter married to a black mongoloid with aids to be elected to the british parliament has been made the eighth CEO of an internet company run by asians married to Mexican landed immigrants – in the last three years!!!!! will wonders never cease?

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      Anything in the report about basketball players being fined for using the ‘f’ word? (no, not that ‘f’ word. There’s a new ‘f’ word on the block)

  4. Mike Davis says:

    I think the creator of this piece of —— should spend the next couple of weeks in the Arctic wearing tropical attire in hot pink and report back about the Hot Temperatures that were experienced!

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Are these people living on the same planet as us? Maybe they have all moved to Venus since they love heat so much.

    Notice the South Pacific is always blazing hot, as are the very high latitudes. Those places must have very little data. It thus must be easy for them create their own temperatures in order to color in the pretty reds and pinks.

  6. suyts says:

    You know, its funny, I don’t remember pink on the map in December. Was it pink then, too?

  7. DirkH says:

    I would love to know what the people at DMI (who actually measure arctic temps) say about Hansen.
    “Dear Harold

    Concerning your question about the number of in situ temperature observations (direct measurements) there is available in the Arctic – the brief answer is – there are not many! My guess is that the number of buoys in the Arctic Ocean that provide near-real-time temperature observations for e.g. numerical weather prediction (NWP) models are around 50.

    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/07/28/giss-arctic-vs-dmi-arctic-differences-in-method/

  8. Beesaman says:

    Is it too late to claim all that pink stuff for the British Empire?
    Pink on a map, I thought I’d never see that again!

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