Valid Data Not Acceptable When Discussing Thin Rotten Decayed Ice

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MaryL posted 50 minutes ago

Weak, Jerry. Very, very weak.  : This is a single image is a crank’s blog (pulled from what looks valid data, mind you)

Even in years where it covers a larger area, the ice is thin and “rotten”

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12 Responses to Valid Data Not Acceptable When Discussing Thin Rotten Decayed Ice

  1. Jeffk says:

    The only explanation is globalists’ need for a “common enemy” after communism failed and everybody laughs at terrorism now. Climate fits that bill. It justifies the globalist agenda to build a new Tower of Babel, probably in Antarctica with CGI like they thought the moonwalk was, but really CGI this time.

  2. Traitor In Chief says:

    Wow. Steve, you’re just so sneaky. You didn’t even tell us the ice was rotten. And here I thought it was perfectly ripe.

    Reading the thoughts of psychotic warmers is always an adventure.

  3. miked1947 says:

    It is amazing what they get out of their alternate virtual worlds they build with their Sim Earth models.

  4. BC says:

    I wonder if those poor penguins in Antarctica know that they’re having to cross record-high, “thin, rotten” ice to get to their nesting grounds? Perhaps MaryL could volunteer to help them along, since the temps are so balmy?

  5. Chuck L says:

    The alarmists are psychotic. In another era, they would have burned witches or thrown their newborn into a volcano to appease their gods. With all the evidence pointing to cooling, rather than warming, their psychoses are magnified and their desperation and shrillness grow.

  6. Jimbo says:

    We have have flippy floppy ice, wibbly wobbly ice, rotten to the damned core ice. What next? If they sea ice extent grows are they going to call it denialist ice?

  7. Anto says:

    Argumentum ad Hominem fallacy. The AGWing catastrophist’s favourite starting point.

  8. Tim Spence says:

    I’ve a good idea who MaryL is, her venomous hatred always spills into her comment

  9. Mike Mellor says:

    I have to call Jerry Agar on his statement that there would be a lot of consequences to disappearing ice, and not many of them would be good. He makes this confident assertion without the least evidence that reduced sea ice will have more negative effects than positive.

    • slimething says:

      Yeah, I’ve wondered for some time what the big deal is about ice free summers in the Arctic. It’s like a holy relic or something.

  10. John B., M.D. says:

    Steve – Keep “cranking” out the actual data.

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