Daily Archives: August 22, 2012

If A Satellite Can’t Find A 500 Mile Region Of Closely Packed Ice Floes, Does That Mean That The Bears Are Going To Drown?

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Sub Pixel Imagery Of The Last Ice In The Arctic

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Anti-Science Paucity

Twitter / oakden_wolf: @ClimateDepot Keep quoting … h/t to Marc Morano

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Arctic BS – Worse Than It Seems

There is a lot more ice in the NSIDC ice-free areas than I realized. The satellite image shows that a lot of the non-existent ice is dark //ARCTIC.IO/OBSERVATIONS/8/2012-08-21/8-N74.298483-W168.189975 Here is the same image photographed from my screen using my phone, which … Continue reading

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1989 : Hurricane Hugo 145 MPH Winds

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Cherry Pickers Move West

They had a very short season in Greenland, where they only collected one microscopic ice cherry and had to wildly exaggerate its size. Now they have moved over to the Chukchi Sea where they hope to collect a few cherries right before winter hits.

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Message From The CEO

IceFreeArcticLLC  Press Release June, 2008 CEO Jaymark Zwalserslowski announces that at the current rate of growth, our company will be debt free by 2012 2012 update CEO Jaymark Zwalserslowski announces that the 2008 announcement was a scenario, not a prediction. … Continue reading

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Retraction : North Pole Is Gone After All

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This Ice Doesn’t Exist

arctic.io – Arctic Terra – (2012/234) When NSIDC declares a record minimum, it will be based on the fact that there is no ice in the picture above. Polar Bears are being forced to ignore the several thousand ice floes near Alaska, … Continue reading

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Fond Memories Of 2008

In 2008, Mark Serreze forecast an ice free North Pole due to the thin ice, which prompted Lewis Pugh to set out in a kayak. He only made it a few miles. NASA’s top Arctic expert said that the whole … Continue reading

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