1923 : Arctic “radical change in climatic conditions, with hither- to unheard-of high temperatures”

Is the North Pole going to melt entirely?

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5 Responses to 1923 : Arctic “radical change in climatic conditions, with hither- to unheard-of high temperatures”

  1. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Does Chicken Little ever give it a break?

  2. Grumpy Grampy ;) says:

    I expected that to be attributed to NSIDC!

  3. Ill wind blowing says:

    “…hither- to unheard-of high temperatures”

    Don’t any of you believe in quantification? What the hell is “unheard of” suppose to mean in the first place? Since the most elemental data is not given there can be absolutely no comparison between then and now.

    Perhaps you need a newspaper article, dated this year, to make a ‘scientific’ comparison between past and present “hither-to unheard of high temperatures”? No data required.

    I’m sure that hunters, fishermen and those who have been living there all their lives, can give you a different picture nowadays.

    GAB!

    • Blade says:

      “What the hell is “unheard of” suppose to mean in the first place? Since the most elemental data is not given there can be absolutely no comparison between then and now.”

      Ya just dun get it. During the roaring 20’s “unheard of” was the equivalent of ‘unprecedented‘, the word robustly used by your fellow AGW cultists today.

      “Perhaps you need a newspaper article, dated this year, to make a ‘scientific’ [SIC] comparison between past and present “hither-to unheard of high temperatures”? No data required.”

      The fact that you still cannot connect the dots from the use of alarmism and exaggeration by previous generations to yourself and the current cabal speaks volumes.

      Try to keep up! These are not trick questions. They are self-evident examples.

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