North Pole Temperatures Below Normal For 100 Consecutive Days

ScreenHunter_249 Aug. 05 14.21

COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut


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15 Responses to North Pole Temperatures Below Normal For 100 Consecutive Days

  1. Ben says:

    It is interesting that Stroeve and Meier assert ice is 1-2 meters thick at the fringes, but the mainstreamfirstlast team captain reported ice of 40 feet thick. What kind of algorithm turns 40 feet thick ice into 3 feet thick ice?

  2. crosspatch says:

    Footprints at the pole cam? Check out this picture from 14:04 cam time:

    Then check this picture out at 19:59 cam time:

  3. igsy says:

    Don’t be ridiculous. The math genius Jeff Masters would say that there is a 50:50 probability of this happening each day. That’s 0.5^100, which is about once in a million trillion trillion. This chart by the DMI can’t possibly be right. Please check your facts before publication.

    • Bill says:

      No hurricanes in Gulf for next week so he had to write an article about global warming and hurricanes today. He did try to be fair (for him) and quote a variety of sources. I don’t think he corrected for inflation in his disaster costs though.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    More evidence of Extreme Warming caused by CO2.

  5. Jason Calley says:

    Foot prints, yes. Polar bears? No. Humans? No. Aliens, definitely aliens. You can see their triangular space craft hovering in the sky.

    • Anything is possible says:

      Alien anthropologists is my guess :

      “Better be careful not to melt that ice., The species that occupies this planet are so primitive they would use it as an excuse to commit economic suicide.”

    • Eric Simpson says:

      That’s exactly what I said above! UFO!
      You beat me to it though. 🙂

  6. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    Alien climatologists.

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