It Is Worse Than It Seems

It is bad enough for alarmists that 2013 (green) has more Arctic sea ice than 2006 (red) – but the reality is much worse than that. There  has been a large increase in western Arctic ice in 2013 relative to 2006.  The only reason 2006 is even close to 2013, is because that year had a lot of doomed eastern Arctic ice.

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Arctic Sea-Ice Monitor

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8 Responses to It Is Worse Than It Seems

  1. DSC says:

    I don’t think there will be any rowers next year in northwest passage going in any direction

    • Stewart Pid says:

      I think you are underestimating the stupidity of the green leftards!
      Several green holy men have predicted the coming of the end of the sea ice and like true zealots their minds are made up and they won’t let themselves get confused by any facts.

    • kbray in california says:

      I’m certain they have all developed a healthy respect for Arctic ice.

  2. F. Guimaraes says:

    The ice is accumulating in the right place, wonderful!! 🙂

  3. Chicken Little says all this sea ice doesn’t count because it’s too thin. The boy that cried wolf says the Antarctic ice doesn’t count because it’s just sliding off the land….no it’s because the circumpolar wind increased due to global warming….no it’s because global warming causes more precipitation which is fresh water and freezes faster… the Naked Emperor says there’s an ozone hole over the NORTH POLE now and it’s letting all the heat out. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

  4. tom0mason says:

    A green growth I can believe in.

  5. glvvlg says:

    As an Indigenous lifelong Arctic resident, we grew up with traditional knowledge of our weather that it will always make up for itself. Not many reports that people are actually reading are saying that it is setting itself up to get very cold for a long period of time – except the “nay sayers” who will contradict any climate change reports.
    Who will speak the loudest, spend the most money and have the most reports is what the western culture will believe – just like in their court system.
    I believe that one of these years the Arctic could get such a thick layer of snow that it will reflect a lot of heat and protect the ice from melting early in the spring. Me and my people lived this period of climate change affecting Alaska, and like I said, that the long-term weather always makes up for itself

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