Just As Al Gore Predicted

The Arctic lost 30% of its ice overnight, headed towards Al Gore’s promised 2014 ice-free Arctic

ScreenHunter_341 May. 11 06.32

COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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15 Responses to Just As Al Gore Predicted

  1. Andy says:

    Have NOAA/NASA been advising them on how to adjust/improve the data to get an Arctic ice death plunge 🙂

  2. ozspeaksup says:

    dunno where to begin ..this is a joke? yeah?
    they really truly published this?
    Faaaaark

  3. De Paus says:

    This looks like a more realistic graphic: http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php

  4. ozspeaksup says:

    err…this explains it….
    Please notice, that the sea ice extent in this plot is calculated with the coastal zones masked out. To see the absolute extent, go to this page.

    and that next page?
    shows a far more normal chart with current above prior years.
    bloody idiotic idea to remove coastal as some of thats quite likely to hang about surely?

  5. Andy DC says:

    The alarmists must be jumping with joy, ready to trot out another version their August 2012 Arctic storm.

  6. gator69 says:

    TOBS adjustment. If they had not rushed the current observation, and waited until July, this would be the correct measure.

  7. stewart pid says:

    Reggie must be in the Arctic, dressed like Rambo and going crazy with his blow thingy!!

  8. jimash1 says:

    Did those wiley Rooskies finally nuke the ice ?

  9. Billy Liar says:

    Can I be the first to forecast an ice-free Arctic in 3 days?

    Note for Mark Serreze: The Death Spiral has done its work.

  10. Andy Oz says:

    The North Pole camera is up again this year.
    I’m wondering how they got it there. Icebreaker or plane?

    • Andy Oz says:

      This doesn’t look like the north pole. 😀

    • Andy Oz says:

      To me, it looks like it is still very cold across the Arctic Basin with most of it well below -10 deg C, which must be the new melting point of water, if we believe Algorithm.

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