Gaia Continues Her Arctic Revenge

After three years of nothing but bad news for Arctic alarmists, they got all excited about  a couple of  days of wind compacting Arctic sea ice, and started a “lowest winter ice extent ever” circle jerk.

The Arctic surge began immediately after that, and the ice is now well above 2006 and almost above 2005 – the two years with the highest summer minimums of the last decade.

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Arctic sea ice has been closely tracking 2005 and 2006 for the past couple of years. The Death Spiral is dead.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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6 Responses to Gaia Continues Her Arctic Revenge

  1. omanuel says:

    The second, one-page sequel to Climategate shows how science was sacrificed to save the world from possible nuclear annihilation:

    Click to access Sequel2.pdf

  2. David Jay says:

    I just enjoy that “lowest/highest ____ EVER” (fill in the blank) doesn’t even cover the years of my youth anymore. I guess that makes me older than forever.

  3. David R says:


    Your chart shows a fall in extent of about 3 million square kilometres in 24 hours!

    Oh, hold on; you’re chart just shows non-coastal regions.


  4. MrX says:

    If there’s one thing liberals are good at, it’s circlejerking. I know. I was one of them way back when. And the irony is that if the ice compacts, it should make it more probable for multi-year ice to survive the summer. They’re effectively celebrating the opposite of what they want to happen.

  5. BallBounces says:

    “The Death Spiral is dead”.

    It may be dead in reality, but it lives on forever in warmist hearts.

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