The Zwally Death Spiral

NASA says that the Arctic may be ice free this summer. Below I projected a likely path for the imminent death spiral. Don’t be fooled by high extent values over the next couple of weeks.

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10 Responses to The Zwally Death Spiral

  1. oeman50 says:

    I like this spiral, it’s all cute and curly like a piggy’s tail…..

  2. donald penman says:

    The AO seems to be changing less in the last month,could this be a shift back from the extreme change we have seen recently(the last two winters).

  3. Billy Liar says:


  4. tckev says:

    That’s more like it! Proper HansenSoft(c) computer projections we can truely believe in.

  5. Brian says:

    You should feel confident that scientist are some of the smartest folks on earth… Stuff like this leaves you with a lot of doubts.

  6. Latitude says:

    We’re only five weeks away from the summer solstice…..
    That thin ice better get to melting!

  7. chris y says:

    You appear to be providing multiple predictions for ice extent on August 1st. I count four distinct, error-free predictions. Are these caused by climate bifurcations, rips in space-time, or are they simply Hansenist tipping points? Do they represent ice extent becoming a complex number, with real and imaginary parts?

    Maybe the temperature records should be reported as complex number, i.e. T = T(o)*(1 + jB(s)), where T(o) is the unadjusted temperature measurement, and B(s) is an arbitrary adjustment introduced by GISS, NOAA, etc. After all, the justifications for most of the adjustments are imaginary…

  8. Was that graph born in Kenya? I mean it looks true and all.

  9. perstrand says:

    It seems to me that the death spiral makes several time-warps back in time.

    Well, that is a very logical position if you are a believer in climatism, because as we all know it is difficult for climate scientists to project the future of the climate.
    Likewise it is equally difficult for the same scientist to project past climate.

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