Avert Your Eyes!

There is normally only one week per year when laypeople are permitted to look at this picture, and the high priests are considering suspending that holy week until further notice.

ScreenHunter_158 Jul. 16 15.51

In the future, laypeople will only be permitted to view PIOMAS output.

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31 Responses to Avert Your Eyes!

  1. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Is that Reggie down there skating around trying to do toe loops?

    • jack b :-) says:

      I’m not sure about Reggie, and maybe I’m going snow blind from staring at the pic, but y’all need to help me out with something. Okay, this is a test: look at the two semi circular features on the pic, about 2/3rds of the way up from the bottom, near the center line. Got it? Now zoom in by pinching and ‘spreading’ your screen a bit – if you can (android or iOS). Do you see the ‘FACE’ looking to the left within the semi circles?

      Is that the glacier god with an evil grin looking towards the rowers? I’d swear on a stack of doctored climate data that it is! lolz

  2. Andy DC says:

    The ice free Arctic forecast for 2013 has not exactly materialized.

    • F. Guimaraes says:

      according to the “PIOMAS output” it’s happening right now… you should be able to see it … satellite images are irrelevant.

      • Andy Oz says:

        I have “seen the light”. You just have to have faith! The rowing team is just like Noah and his ark. No-one believed it would flood. They will be the only survivors. And some poley bears. Only pagans believe the ice hasn’t melted away. ROTFL.

    • Jimbo says:

      It’ll kick in soon. You just wait. πŸ™‚

  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    Looks a tad nippy

  4. ACR says:

    Remember, summer is longer on both ends by two weeks. The problem is that summer is just so darn cold.

  5. Bill says:

    Looks like a slushy. One that froze completely solid.

  6. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Here’s the way it works up here in the Great White North.

    Aboriginal says “Remember, summer is longer on both ends by two weeks”. Then he says that is not fair, the government needs to send us money to make up for all the white guilt they feel about Glowball Warming ruining our lives.

    The story is picked up the Canadian Broadcorping Castration, they torque the meme into “oh my Gawd they are dying” and the trucks roll in and shovel money off to the local Band council to buy their silence.

    Nice scam. Aboriginals are no dummies. Anyone who can survive in the Arctic for centuries has lotsa brains. They know how to run a good grift when they see one.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    The ice looks like its 5 miles to the north of them and closing fast. They’ll have to wait a few weeks for a wind change to blow it away from them. If they get a wind change. If they don’t get a summer blizzard. If the choppers arrive.

  8. GregO says:

    “PIOMAS output?”


  9. samitangents says:

    Pictures can easily be fakes.

    • I painted the Arctic white over the weekend.

      • He caught you out Steve. We all know the ice cap melted.

        • Anto says:

          It’s too late yet. Remember when Greenland completely melted, then re-froze in a day?

      • samitangents says:

        I wasn’t referring to you, Steve. I was referring to the media. They fake photos all the time.

        • Richard T. Fowler says:

          Now wait a minute here, you think that Steven got this photograph from some conservative media outlet, credulously accepted it at face value, and ran it without citing his source?
          Well, I assure you he didn’t! He got it from your precious Obama or one of his fawning acolytes. So if they were going to doctor it, it would be to remove ice, not add it.


  10. crosspatch says:

    “The ice free Arctic forecast for 2013 has not exactly materialized.”

    That isn’t ice. Some prankster has completely covered the Arctic Ocean with Styrofoam..

  11. Rich H says:

    [In my best Gilliam voice] “It’s only a model.”

  12. F. Guimaraes says:

    “In the future, laypeople will only be permitted to view PIOMAS output

  13. Chewer says:

    The rowers were assured PIOMAS was spot on-:)
    They’re making great progress this evening (Ho Ho Ho).
    Maybe they should’ve borrowed an outboard to take up a bit of time, water skiing around the bay:)

  14. crosspatch says:

    Looks like they moved the goal posts — by 45 years:


    • David says:

      Ought to get us well into the next cylical decline. And, that far down the line, a couple generations to forget the worldwide economic collapse caused by the progressives, the shiny socialism thing will resurface and they will refer to this prediction to start the doom ball rolling again.

  15. Jason Calley says:

    Wow! The surface fog covering the Arctic is so thick, it almost looks like ICE! But, of course, it couldn’t be ice — I mean, all the ice melted, right?

  16. Andy says:

    Lovely, makes you want to row a little boat along the NW passage. πŸ™‚

  17. @njsnowfan says:

    Yup Steve painted the Arctic Ocean white and froze it the last winter. Sun spot lag time catching up, WINTER IS COMING

  18. Tony says:

    You guys are all wrong; the Sahara desert is completely ice free. It is clear evidence of global warming. In fact the ice free zone spreads all the way up to the arctic. Every day ships traverse the unfrozen oceans, and not a drop of ice to be seen. Even the Titanic didn’t see the ice…..

  19. copernicus34 says:

    Where is the peer reviewed literature that goes along with this picture. There can be no ice without peer reviewed literature to confirm.

  20. Traitor In Chief says:

    There was a special program on cable several years ago of some Hollywood nitwits who went to the arctic to lay out several acres of white canvas to “save” the ice.

    Burning hydrocarbons by the ton, they airlifted giant rolls of canvas to the appointed location, which it appeared they abandoned after the show was finished. Then all set about laying out the planet saving ice cover.

    After a week or two, they observed the ice under the canvas was a few inches thicker than the surrounding area, and all were overjoyed. They explained that this “fresh water” could be used to save an African village.

    They failed to explain how this ice would get to said African Village 10,000 miles distant, but hey, when you’re saving the planet, these are just minor details.

    Everyone got a slap on the back, and they sold the show to The Discovery Channel and made a killing, so what the hey?

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