Antarctic Sea Ice Above Normal For 1,210 Consecutive Days

After 1,210 consecutive days of above normal sea ice, experts say that Antarctica is melting down.

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Further study reveals that academics will say almost anything to keep their funding coming in.

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4 Responses to Antarctic Sea Ice Above Normal For 1,210 Consecutive Days

  1. Marsh says:

    6 HOURS AGO MARCH 20, 2015 7:08PM
    Australia’s icebreaker Aurora Australis
    Australia’s ice breaker ship continues its charge toward Antarctica to retrieve an ill expeditioner. Source: AAP
    EMERGENCY efforts to evacuate a seriously ill man from Australia’s Antarctic Davis station are being hampered by sea ice.
    http://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/antarctic-evacuation-still-a-day-away/story-e6frfku9-1227270850568
    What Ice…? According to the Warmist’s, it should have melted & not be there in such volumes,,, of course, they hate real evidence when it derails AGW !

    • emsnews says:

      And it isn’t even winter yet there, it just became FALL yesterday! And in the news were stories that Antarctica is melting due to -70ºF weather and all the cities will drown soon.

  2. DD More says:

    I have never had anyone confirm that there are gaps in the yearly ice levels in the Antarctic Ice Cores. So for Vostok that is over 800,000 years, the West side over 80,000 years and looking for 1.5-million-year-old ice that is not melting. Time frames are mostly limited to geothermal heating melting the oldest layers

  3. Jason Calley says:

    Let me try a little of that CAGW math…

    OK, let’s see… On, any given day the Antarctic Sea Ice might be above normal, or it might be below normal, so that’s a 50/50 chance. In fact, though, it has been above normal for 1,210 days in a row, so the chance of that would be 1 out of 2 to the 1,210th power… Uh, call that one chance out of 1.8X10^364th power.

    Gee! I need to get a longer slide rule.

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