Desperately Seeking Science

Summers in the high Arctic have been running consistently below normal for a decade or so.

Much of the ice piles up towards the Canadian coast and is many metres thick there, in places that rarely get above freezing.

The only way that the Arctic could become ice-free is if huge amounts of ice blow out into the North Atlantic during the winter. I have not heard anyone propose a mechanism for that, so why are these morons talking about an ice-free Arctic?

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4 Responses to Desperately Seeking Science

  1. omanuel says:


    For the past sixty-eight years – since Hiroshima was vaporized, the Second World War ended, and the United Nations (2013 – 1945 = 68 yrs) formed – the very best universities and research institutions have accepted public funds to generate fabulous false fables to keep the public from knowing the truth:

    1. Neutrons repel, rather than attract, other neutrons
    2. Stars make and discard, rather than burn, Hydrogen
    3. The Sun made our elements, birthed the Solar System
    4. Its pulsar core: The Creator, Destroyer & Sustainer of Life

    See messages sent to the Space Science & Technology Committee
    United States House of Representatices:

  2. Andy DC says:

    Don’t worry, they will clsim ice free by 2015, if not then, by 2020, if not then, by 2030, if not then, by 2040, etc., etc. Keep kicking the can down the road and keep the Government grants flowing.

  3. @NJSnowFan says:

    USCGC Healy still crushing the new skim sea ice and what in now multi year ice that made it through the melt season.

    Today picture from the ice breaker

  4. mike says:

    Coalition MP Dr Dennis Jensen, a vocal climate sceptic with a master’s degree in physics and a PhD in material science wants to be science minister in Australia.

    Read more:

    Let’s hope the climate change sceptic community can rally behind him and encourage Tony Abbott to give him the porfolio.

    A chance for real science again.

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