Missing Arctic Sea Ice Located

There is a thin sliver of missing sea ice in the Arctic.

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Scientists have been unable to find this, but fortunately my dogs have located it here in Colorado.

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6 Responses to Missing Arctic Sea Ice Located

  1. Traitor In Chief says:

    The location of that “missing ice” seems to be at the leading edge of the point where warmer North Atlantic currents enter the Arctic basin, no?

    • @NJSnowFan says:

      As I have learned from @bigjoebastardi, when the AMO heads back down like in the past the Arctic sea Ice will full recover to the magical cherry picking starting point of Arctic sea Ice records.
      With the amount of cold air in the N Hemisphere and quiet sun the AMO should step down and continue for many years.
      The sun is main driver of both the AMO and PDO and lag time is up for the Atlantic.

      AMO chart,


      PDO has already headed lower.


      Pacific is much larger then the Atlantic but the Atlantic is closer to land masses making it slower to cool because of less cloud cover from dry air masses that move over it from land. That is my feeling.

  2. Phil Jones says:

    Here’s a rare article in a Major News outlet which questions Global Warming Alarmists..


  3. Jeffrey says:

    Those pups of yours are on thin rotten ice-you better scoop’em up quick.

  4. David A says:

    They look like those little star wars critters. (Dogs are great, with more common sense loyalty and reliability then most humans. “One ounce of reliability is worth a pound of brains”)

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