The Only Problem Is, There Isn’t Any Missing Ice …..

Experts blame all kinds of things on missing Arctic sea ice. These are wonderful theories, tainted only by the fact that they are complete crap, and that there isn’t any missing ice.

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12 Responses to The Only Problem Is, There Isn’t Any Missing Ice …..

  1. Owen says:

    The only thing missing are ethics, morality and integrity. The Climate lying scums have none.

    • omanuel says:

      Unfortunately, Owen, they have ethics, morality and integrity. In fact, an exaggerated and grandiose delusion of themselves as saviors of the world!

      They have not yet realized that their forefather assumed a few little white lies would be okay about energy in the cores of heavy atoms and stars in order to save the world from nuclear annihilation in 1945.

      Until Climategate emails surfaced in 2009, I could not believe that I lived inside the same worldwide matrix of deceit.

  2. markstoval says:

    I was talking to a 5th grade girl last week. She had a project on an “endangered species” — the polar bear. (they got to pick the one they wanted to do)

    So I says to the girl, ” how can the polar bear be endangered since there are many more of them now than when I was your age?”

    She responded, ” I don’t know, but they are on the list“.

    I guess she told me!

    • gator69 says:

      I would have asked her why we allow nearly 600 poley bears to be legally hunted down and killed each year, in Canada alone, if they are truly ‘endangered’. That would have caused a day long furrowed brow.

  3. Perry says:

    O/T, or maybe not!

    I think there is some missing ice, but it’s not on this planet. Rosetta Mission Update | The Rocky Comet.
    https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/12/12/16789/

    Please add to “Protected: Predictions By The World’s Greatest Scientists”.

    • Mack says:

      So the comets are hollow and not filled with ice. OK …now we biff out physics and Einstein and start again? Bugger, just when I thought we were getting the handle of this stuff.

      • rah says:

        Not even close. Seems that the ratios of isotopes in the water on the comet don’t match any of those on earth. IOW it is a big blow to the theory that comets are what brought all that water to this planet.

      • Jason Calley says:

        My old physics teacher told us a joke: A young physics student came home from class one day. His Mom asked “how was school today?” His response: “WOW! It was GREAT! It was WONDERFUL! We found out that everything we thought we knew was wrong!!”

        That reaction, of course, is the difference between real scientists, those who only want to make real progress toward the truth (rather than simply affirm their current beliefs), and those who merely call themselves scientists because they hang a diploma on the wall.

        • rah says:

          I never bought the the theory that comets or asteroids brought the majority of the water to this planet. How it got here I haven’t a clue. But about 70% of this planets surface is covered in water. And that is one hell of a lot of water to have gotten here in ice chunks.

          For as long as I can remember I was told that the Challenger Deep abyss was the lowest point on this planet. It was not stated as “possibly”, or “is the deepest place we know of”. It was always stated as an absolute fact. Now it seems that sonomapping technology has advanced to the point where they have found another deeper point along the Marianas trench.

          The longer I have lived and the more things I was once taught turned out to be wrong, the more skeptical of absolute scientific claims I have become.

        • cdquarles says:

          Hi rah,

          On a related note, nearly everything known about diets and medicine is wrong at some time and place, outside of well studied dietary deficiency diseases and well studied infectious diseases.

  4. glenncz says:

    Steve, it’s the little bit of ice the “was missing” three months ago that is screwing thing up now, somehow. Even though that little big of ice free water has been covered for months. It’s all so absurd.

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