Supercomputers Say The Arctic Will Be Ice-Free By 2013, At The Latest

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’

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10 Responses to Supercomputers Say The Arctic Will Be Ice-Free By 2013, At The Latest

  1. gator69 says:

    Speaking of super! Another ‘Climate Expert’ is born…

    “MSNBC’s Politics Nation on Friday featured a lab coat-wearing Al Sharpton pontificating about global warming. Instead of using real facts, the racial-agitator turned faux-scientist tried to exploit the “everybody believes it’s real” argument to attack those who disagree with the anthropogenic global warming theory.”

    http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/al-sharpton-demonstrates-hes-clueless-about-global-warming

  2. Robertv says:

    Sandy areas off coral reefs could be Conch-Snails-Free by the end of this century.

    http://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/climate-change-may-slug-leaping-sea-snails/story-e6frfku9-1226796589084

    The study shows conch snails find it difficult to make the quick decision to jump out of reach of prey when exposed to higher levels of carbon dioxide.

    • QV says:

      “The study shows conch snails, found in sandy areas off coral reefs, find it difficult to make the quick decision to jump out of reach of prey when exposed to higher levels of carbon dioxide.”

      I wonder how much CO2 they exposed them to ?

  3. Billy Liar says:

    Obviously the heat dissipated by all the climate science supercomputers just wasn’t enough to melt the Arctic.

    Try moving them inside 80°N next year.

  4. Robert Austin says:

    A “stunning low point” in the annals of science. Mazlowski proudly shows membership in the Chicken Little Club, Arctic Ice Chapter, headed up by Mark (death spiral) Serreze. Are these guys so out of touch with reality that they do not feel embarrassment when their outlandish “projections” do not even remotely come to pass. It boggles the mind.

  5. gregole says:

    “…using supercomputers to crunch through possible future outcomes has become a standard part of climate science in recent years.”

    That’s hard to type with a straight face. One has to wonder if Jonathan Amos has ever actually examined the result of all that spectacular computing. A spectacular fail.

  6. tom0mason says:

    “…using supercomputers to crunch through possible future outcomes has become a standard part of climate science in recent years.”

    Is nearly as accurate as communication with a ouija board.

    And here’s the climate forecast update – fingers ready –

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