Arctic Ice Extent Sets Another Ten Year High For The Date

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COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Leading government experts say that the Arctic will be ice-free sometime before this year.

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’

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8 Responses to Arctic Ice Extent Sets Another Ten Year High For The Date

  1. You may need to start a “count-down” clock for the Arctic ice: the summer solstice starts on June 21, 2013 at 1:04 A.M. EDT.

    I fully expect that Arctic ice chart to zero out in 99 days, according to the experts.

  2. Lance says:

    Arctic, highest in years, Antarctic, record high mins….not a peep outta MSM …LSM….

  3. Andy DC says:

    Not exactly a hockey stick! Where is the catastrophic warming? Where is the beef?

  4. Ben says:

    When discussing ice extent with those qualified to discuss climate, it is very important to remember that nuanced mathematicians define ice-free zero = one million
    “Models predict that this decline of the September sea-ice extent will continue in the future, with some models showing summer ice-free conditions (commonly defined as less than 1 million km2 of sea ice extent in September)”
    “Thin ice is much easier to melt and soon we will see a summer in which the Arctic Ocean is without ice for a few days (likely by 2016) and then we could see a year round ice free Arctic Ocean as little as ten years later.”

  5. Rosco says:

    You’d think that after years if hundreds of stupid predictions that ahve failed miserably they’d learn to stick to the official line = no prediction shall have a time frame that can possibly be fact checked by anyone alive today !!

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