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 Arctic was looking to be gone by 2012, and the Navy’s top expert said 2013 was conservative.

The North Pole still seems to be covered with ice four years later, but alarmists are excited about the prospect that some meaningless number with a +/- 20% variance in interpretation may come in slightly below the same meaningless number from 2007.

//ARCTIC.IO/OBSERVATIONS/8/2012-08-21/Greenland

Also, PIOMAS tells us that the ice is less than half as thick as it was in 2008, the year it was supposed to melt out because it was so thin.

A three ringed circus of buffoons.

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5 Responses to Fond Memories Of 2008

  1. Andy DC says:

    Regardless of how the alarmists try to spin it, that is a big healthy looking hunk of ice.

  2. gator69 says:

    The price on Arctic experts should be coming waaaaaay down. Pretty soon they won’t even be able to give them away!

  3. Jimbo says:

    We have about 3 weeks and 4 days until we finally get an ice-free Arctic. That’s plenty of time for positive feedback mechanism to melt it all away. Never mind the recent storm just think about a trace gas and all that magnified atmospheric heat it’s creating. 😉

    Get ready for predictions of an ice-free Arctic…………..next year.

  4. Maarten van Eltinghe says:

    maybe some should still learn to distinguish between ice and clouds

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