Melting Season Almost Over – Arctic Alarmism Is Dead

ScreenHunter_1717 Aug. 06 07.45 COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

There are credible scientists who are now predicting an ice-free (summer) arctic by as early as 2013. The implications are mind boggling. The impact on wildlife, humans and the rest of the world’s weather patterns is impossible to predict for specific areas and to exact detail.

http://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2931050

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20 Responses to Melting Season Almost Over – Arctic Alarmism Is Dead

  1. DSC says:

    holding close to 2006.as you predicted early in the season.

  2. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    And somewhere, Mark Serreze screams into the rubber walls of his office as his entire career of promoting the Death Spiral scam falls apart.

    So sad, he could have actually done something good with his career.

  3. Dave G says:

    Arctic Alarmism never dies… it just changes shape or direction. If 18 years in with no temperature change doesn’t phase them. 10 years of no ice loss sure won’t… even though the lack of ice loss is more significant.
    It’s still all quite clearly dismissed by all the missing heat hiding out in the bottom of the ocean. Wait until that hot water starts to rise. They can get away for 4-5 more years with that hiding heat BS.

  4. Anto says:

    Fixed it for you:
    There are fradulent snake-oil salesmen who are now predicting an ice-free (summer) arctic by as early as 2013. The grant generation potential is mind boggling. The impact on climate modellers’ bank accounts is easy to predict for specific areas and to exact detail.

  5. Cheshirered says:

    Arctic sea ice updates are currently unavailable on BBC and Guardian news services…

  6. Andy Oz says:

    “Credible scientists” meet reality and magically turn into complete numpties. Or like Schrödinger’s cat, were they numpties all the time?

  7. Edmonton Al says:

    I must have missed the reason for the May drop and rebound.
    What caused it? Thanks for any info

  8. geran says:

    Just quickly eyeballing the graph above, it appears the average turn-around, for the years shown, is about September 12th or 13th.

    It would be hilarious is this year’s turn happened to beat the average.

  9. Shazaam says:

    Not if the rubes at the National Science Foundation and Columbia University have anything to say about it.

    In an odd case where “reality is far stranger than fiction”, the justification for this 5.7 million boondoggle is: The $5.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation is for Columbia’s PoLAR Climate Change Education project, which uses different games to “engage adult learners and inform public understanding and response to climate change.”
    This program will continue through 2017…..

    Gee, “engaging adult learners” sounds so very scientific….

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/05/27/columbia-university-is-spending-millions-of-tax-dollars-on-fake-climate-change-death-voicemails/

    All hype, no facts. Sounds familiar somehow.

    Maybe a certain “constitutional scholar” was in a similar fact-free program designed to “engage adult learners” with photographs of the US constitution from different angles and under various different lighting. Reading and comprehension of said document not required.

  10. Bob Knows says:

    Last week I took an on-line quiz that was supposed to predict the date and method of your death. After I answered all the questions the model predicted I would die from a snake bite in 1986. Perhaps the faux-scientists are using a similar model to predict the death of Arctic ice.

    • mjc says:

      I’m beginning to think this all started when some of these guys called for Chinese takeout, one night and the fortune cookies said something “Things are looking up.” and “Hot waters await indecision.”, so they put them together to come up with this great ‘theory’.

  11. Streetcred says:

    I’d love to hear what those “credible scientists” now have to say … who are they?
    Clearly, they are no longer credible, but mistaken or charlatans.

  12. gregole says:

    Those credible scientiests sure got some ‘splainin to do! It really will be tough if 2014 continues to track 2006 – tough for them that is, and tough on their so-called credibility. And we have spent billions of public money studying this. Sad really.

  13. Caleb says:

    There is a notable uptick in the DMI 15% extent graph this morning. It is nearly back to normal. Normally we wouldn’t fuss about being normal. It is only when you have founded your claim to name and fame on “the earth having a fever” that normal becomes abnormal.
    http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php

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