Arctic Sea Ice Extent At A Decadal High Every Day In November

Experts like Nobel Prize winner Al Gore predicted that the Arctic would be ice-free in 2014. Instead, we have seen a large increase in the amount of Arctic sea ice – which has been at a 10 year high every day this month.

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COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

The fact that Arctic ice is very close to the 35 year mean doesn’t stop the White House from blaming cold winter weather on missing Arctic ice.

If you don’t believe the global warming propaganda being spewed by a bunch of incompetent, dishonest commies – you are a racist, homophobic, misogynist big tobacco stooge.

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17 Responses to Arctic Sea Ice Extent At A Decadal High Every Day In November

  1. shazaam says:

    Wait….. What?????

    Don’t you mean Big Oil Stooge? —- Big Tobacco Stooge doesn’t quite fit, though are equally demonized by the warministas………

    • Dave N says:

      Alarmists equate skepticism with being a big tobacco (oil, coal or whatever) stooge and/or a “moon landing denier”.

      Attempting to make such connections is a display of how unscientific (since even having such connections doesn’t alter scientific fact) and desperate they are.

      It’s like saying that if I said water boils at 100 degrees celsius at sea-level, they’d say don’t believe me because I work for Big Water ™. They’re morons.

  2. gregole says:

    Yes, whatever happened to a melting Arctic, said melting Actic consistent with a warming world? So if the Arctic is not melting, the world is not warming; or Arctic ice extent or lack thereof is no indicator of a warming world. Scanning back 5, 10,15 years ago, are there peer-reviewed climate-crises papers written describing how higher Arctic ice extent is consistent with a warming world?

    This is a fair question. Why? First off, we have been lectured extensively on the settled-science of Man-Made Global Warming caused by Man’s Emissions of CO2; Man has used the atmosphere as a sewer. We know this because powerful, credible to many, incredible to many more, political leaders such as Al Gore (once a vice president of the United States) and Barack Obama (current president of said country) have made this assertion – furthermore the science is settled. You know they said this and countless other powerful, credible, and incredible political leaders claim this.

    Additionally, important celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, George Cloony, and plenty of other important celebrities have publicly proclaimed the settledness of the science, and further, that those questioning its settledness, are stupid, possibly evil, or something to that effect; I’m not going to Google just what these celebrity nitwits said because seeing their faces motivates me to put my fist through my computer screen. That some pretty-boy, pussy actor talks down to engineers, physicists, scientists and other technically educated and tested professionals irritates me. It’s a personal thing. But you can go ahead and check them out if you don’t believe me and there are countless others.

    And the big, bad, irreversible tipping point-like downside to using the atmosphere as a CO2 sewer is that it is making the planet too hot. It’s late 2014. Where’s the heat? Turns out there’s just not much heating. Certainly we see no world-wide catastrophe unfolding. Just another grindingly cold winter on the way, after a entirely typical summer. If climate is changing, it sure looks to me like it’s changing into something hauntingly familiar.

    Oh, let’s not forget the “scientists”: Mike “Lawsuit” Mann; Kevin “Travesty” Trenberth; Peter “Tipping-Point” Waldhams; Mark “Death-Spiral” Serraze; “Porno Pauchuri and the gang at the UN IPCC”; among depressingly enough, many, many others.

    So back to my question: Where are the scientific, peer-reviewed papers from 5, 10, 15 years ago predicting 2014 would not be too warm? And if there are such papers; they would be in direct contradiction to the one’s being cited by the warmunists. But wasn’t all this science settled long ago? Shouldn’t all the papers say the same thing? Hot! Hot! Hot! Look out! If the ones saying hot were wrong, the ones saying not-hot in contradiction, then the settledness of said science is somewhat, if not entirely unsettled. Still it seems, in 2014, we don’t know much about climate. At least not enough to make accurate predictions. And if we can’t predict, we can’t effectively prescribe policy; all we can do is plan to prepare.

    Perhaps powerful politicians should stick to talking about war and welfare and taxes, and important celebrities should stick to movies and rutting and with whom. Or provide answers to the questions posed on “settled-science” and a “warming world” and the catastrophe thereof.

    A warming world. What’s wrong with that? Problem is, it isn’t warming; and I like it warm! With another cold winter coming, bundle up, snuggle up, turn the heat up, and stay warm, because cold kills. And listening to idiot celebrities, stupid politicians, and phoney intellectuals posing as scientists won’t get you through the winter. Snowplows, warm clothes, and cheap heating fuel will.

  3. Mr Pettersen says:

    You should take a look at climate4you. According to them the sea ice is now aprox 10 million square km in the Arctic and 15 million square km in the Antarctic. This will be a total of 25 million square km.
    Back in 1979 when the first measurements was taken they starts at 24,7. In total there are more sea ice at the end of November 2014 than back in 1979!

  4. Don says:

    LOL I love it, big tobacco, well played.

  5. ACR says:

    I see your mistake, Steven.

    In order to compensate for TOBS variations, you need to add ice to earlier observations and take ice away from more recent observations. Please reconstruct your data using these obvious adjustments and tell me what you learn.

  6. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    More ice I guess it must just be frozen heat!

    • Jon says:

      Hey that’s great! Frozen Heat! So that’s where the missing heat is going? Of course. We should realised it. There’s a grant there for somebodtyfor sure. To remodel the data in a soon to be peer-reviewed paper (though not by Lord Monckton presumably HAHAHAHA)

  7. doug Proctor says:

    Obviously I smoke too much. That said, I’m looking forward to the weather of 2015. Not personally but technically, as I live in Calgary, Alberta. Right this minute is is -20C, early “extreme” cold wrt the last 25 years. But, what do I know. I’ve only been around for 58 Canadian winters.

  8. Dave N says:

    There should be a page with a counter for all of these alarmist predictions, most of them already counting the “days past” the predictions in question. One to add (aside from Al’s) would be Penny Sackett’s “save the Earth” prediction:

    http://joannenova.com.au/2014/12/only-three-days-left-to-save-the-earth

  9. kirkmyers says:

    And where’s the mid-troposheric hot spot in the tropics? The global warming model-based predictions have failed on multiple levels. Ergo, the theory of human-CO-2-induced runaway global warming has been falsified.

    It’s time for the charlatans at NOAA and NASA and in academia to invent another fund-raising scare campaign. The global warming fright fest is getting the ho-hum treatment by the public, who are busy trying to make ends meet. Most of them don’t give a hoot about “climate change” in a world where the climate has been changing for billions of years. They are concerned about the economy, immigration and their health-care coverage. (Killer cops and the militarization of local police forces also are a growing concern).

    • emsnews says:

      I would think rampaging mobs of crazed lunatics burning cities down is greatest concern to many more people than people afraid of ‘killer cops’.

  10. smamarver says:

    I think that Arctic warming is/was in close correlation with the naval war from the North Atlantic. Here http://www.arctic-warming.com/ are some graphics and studies that are showing how the warming phenomenon in the area goes on.

  11. Winnipeg Boy says:

    Our time scales are all wrong, and we let the alarmists install the short-sighted blinders on us. We need to look at geographic time scales, not human time scales. ‘Decadal Highs’, ’18 year pause’; none of these are relevant at all. No human being will experience climate, we only live long enough to experience weather. Assuming long term look-backs are correct, or even within the margin of error stated on published charts, CO2 levels have been 10-times higher in the past.
    I am a commodity trader; if i show you an unlabeled 5-minute bar chart of the S&P 500 Index right now you would say – sell. If you use the propper time scale and show a monthly bar chart, you would see a bull market at record highs. The point is time-scale matters and can be easily manipulated. The warmists contain the dialogue to the minute chart, we need to focus on the monthly chart (or in this case yearly vs millenial)
    CO2 is coming off of record low levels in the history of earth and yet we focus on an puny increase since 1960. That is just not a material change. At 150 ppm, plants don’t survive well; 1,500 ppm is close to ideal for plant growth. I would argue that we may have discovered oil and coal just in time to save the earth from a death-spiral of plant CO2 starvation.
    Can someone smarter than me develop a computer model that shows what happens at 10ppm? I think we are all dead. At 1500ppm I need to build another corn bin to store all the excess crop production. In either case the temperature is unaffected.
    In the several hundred million years that pre-date us, we just happened to turn on computers at the ‘ideal’ atmospheric mix? I don’t think so. Typical me-generation thinking that the world started turning on their birthday.

  12. emsnews says:

    The ‘ideal mix’ was way back during the early Dinosaur era. It has been getting steadily colder and drier since then with more and more moisture locked in ice at both poles.

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