Reggie – Start Your Blowtorch

Reggie has his work cut out for him to reach the 2012 Arctic minimum. He needs to melt 700 miles of ice in the next few weeks.

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17 Responses to Reggie – Start Your Blowtorch

  1. Andy_E says:

    It’s worse than we thought, it’s so warm in the Arctic that there is now a giant yellow Rabbit living there. Reggie may nee a bigger blowtotch to fend it off. Not sure why it’s sticking it’s tongue out though?

  2. talldave2 says:

    Brace yourselves for a slew of new “science” proving that global warming increases global sea ice, in a seamless transition from all the current one claiming the opposite.

    Then they’ll say “changing our minds is what scientists do when confronted with new facts.” With absolutely no sense of irony whatsoever 🙂

  3. Sean Cash says:

    Just get Al Bore to start bloviating…. all that hot air can melt it in no time ..

  4. manicbeancounter says:

    It is not a blowtorch that is needed, but a few weeks of extreme storms. That is what achieved the 2012 minimum. Alternatively, some slightly-warmer-than-usual ocean currents.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    I miss Reggie. He should be invited back on a guest tour. Did the RSPCA object to the (intellectual) flogging he received last year during the Rowboat episode?

  6. Dave N says:

    Looks like they fixed the glitch at the summit:

    http://summitcamp.org/status/weather/index?period=week

    In fact, quite a pleasant day, relatively speaking. Time for a round?

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