Antarctic Sea Ice To Cover The Planet By November, 3054

The Antarctic sea ice area anomaly has been growing at a rate of 330,000 km² per year, and has been above normal for 534 days in a row. Using the standard and best statistical techniques of peer-reviewed climate science, we can conclude that all of Earth’s oceans will be covered with Antarctic sea ice by November, 3054.

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Hansen predicted peak sea ice loss in Antarctica.

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/effects/downloads/Challenge_chapter2.pdf

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6 Responses to Antarctic Sea Ice To Cover The Planet By November, 3054

  1. tckev says:

    OMG, think of the children!…

  2. Scott says:

    Um, is that 354 number right? I thought it’d been above avg every day last year and this year so far. Shouldn’t that number be around 500?

    -Scott

  3. kbray in california says:

    Once the Earth is covered with snow, at least we won’t starve…
    …we can use “snow fleas” as a new staple in our diet…

    yummy…

  4. F. Guimaraes says:

    Some people say that when the glaciers start to grow in the Arctic, the glaciers in the Antarctic will start to decrease… but I don’t see why this should happen, the increase of Antarctic ice seems to be accelerating in recent years

    specially after 2007-08.

  5. derfel cadarn says:

    It will not be the first time for snowball Earth and it will not be the last

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