350.org : Arctic To Be Ice Free In Two Years

No wonder so many universities love McKibben. He also has no idea what he is talking about.


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10 Responses to 350.org : Arctic To Be Ice Free In Two Years

  1. Andy WeissDC says:

    Nothing happening in the present seems to be trending significantly in that direction.

  2. omnologos says:

    You don’t understand…350 is the cumulative IQ of the members of that organization. A motion has been tabled last year to change the name to 352.org as lifelong members Mrs Rogers of Bluff, AZ remembered to lock the front door of the house after letting the cat in, thereby single-handedly increasing the IQ of McKibben’s group by two points.

    However, the motion’s text has since been misplaced, and unless they get to 355 at least, nobody will have a clue where to find it.

    Forgive them, or they do not know what they are doing.

  3. Dave N says:

    That report is dated this year? They truly have lost it.

  4. Ill wind blowing says:

    I’d like to see what their definition of “ice free” is. In all probability they are are probably clinging to Maslowki’s exagerrated prediction.

    Either way, as I’ve stated in prior threads, the predictions of an ice free Arctic begun with dates like 2100 (IPCC) while others where saying 2050 and 2040. When it became obvious that the situation was worse than previously thought. The final official estimate was/is 2020-2030.

    Maslowski with his 2013 date was an exception among serious scientists. The others, whom Steve is trying to paint as representative of serious Climate and Arctic scientists, were idiots.

    In any case, who’s calling the kettle black? Please always remember and don’t ever forget, it was on WUWT that it was predicted that the Arctic ice cap was going to magically to recover to 1979 levels. Now take a deep breath; smell anything?

  5. Independent says:

    I love it when people in this field actually make measurable, falsifiable positions. It’s like we’re actually talking about science again. Unfortunately for McKibben, this prediction will end up coming about as true as the moron cultist who predicted the world ending a few weeks ago.

  6. slimething says:

    Is Mark Serreze a serious scientist?

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