Arctic Surge Continues

Arctic sea ice continues its surge.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

No correction coming from Mark Serreze, who had no reason to rush out this claim other than as a propaganda coup.

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24 Responses to Arctic Surge Continues

  1. gator69 says:

    Time to break out the surfboards and bikini’s! (My sincerest apologies to the Beach Boys)

    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

    You know Alaska has an ocean
    as warm as Biscayne Bay
    Now the Eskimos are surfin’
    Even on New Year’s day
    You see ‘em dress so scantily
    on skis and not snow shoes
    They’re slaloming around Shamu
    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

    You’d catch ‘em surfin’ at Homer (High tide, worldwide, Prudhoe Bay)
    And down at Ketchikan (High tide, worldwide, Prudhoe Bay)
    Junea and Sitka (High tide, worldwide, Prudhoe Bay)
    Nome and Unakleet (High tide, worldwide, Prudhoe Bay)
    All over Kaktovik
    And down at Koyuk way
    Eskimos gone surfin’
    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

    Because the white man pollutes
    Have no seals to harpoon
    They’re waxing down their surfboards
    Thank an oil tycoon
    No more seasons only summer
    We’re on surfari to stay
    Tell the media we’re surfin’
    Surfin’ Prudhoe bay

    Polar bear bikinis
    Custom whale bone shades
    Kuiu Island and Junea
    Seward and Bushkin Beach
    All over Alaska
    All the warmists say
    Eskimos gone surfin’
    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

    Eskimos gone surfin’
    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

    Eskimos gone surfin’
    Surfin’ Prudhoe Bay

  2. ren says:

    In Boston, it’s snowing again.

  3. ren says:

    This product is also referred to as Shortwave Absorbed Radiation (SWAR). Absorbed solar radiation is the difference between the incoming solar radiation at the top of the atmosphere and the outgoing reflected flux at the top of the atmosphere.
    Monthly Mean, 2/2015

  4. darrylb says:

    IMO there is a reason for this.
    It appears the AMO has reached its peak and now is in decline.
    The increase in annual sea ice in the North Atlantic region is evidence/ a result of that.
    It might be a good prediction and good to watch the specific amount and duration of annual
    sea ice in that region.

  5. Latitude says:

    even I’m surprised with the up-tick…..with the winds being like they have, I would have thought it could blow it all out of there

  6. sully says:

    Ren. What weather variations can be expected this spring as the magnetic fields of the sun fade?

  7. gregole says:

    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/03/28/arctic-ice-extent-currently-higher-than-2005/#comment-40429

    How many times do alarmists have to be proven wrong on their Arctic ice fetish? Plenty of ice in the Arctic.

  8. Ron Clutz says:

    Alarmists are always claiming the Arctic Sea Ice is the “canary in the coal mine.” Wrong. Arctic ice extent varies a lot for a lot of reasons. Predictions of its disappearing because of rising CO2 are another attempt to use a natural process as proof that global warming is dangerous and linked to fossil fuels.

    Like most things in the climate, many factors are involved in determining Arctic sea ice extent. Among those many influences, the weakest case is claiming CO2 as a driving force.

    • gator69 says:

      I am far more concerned with the coal mine than the canary.

    • rah says:

      Other claimed that the Great Lakes were the canary a few years back. But of course that canary froze it’s ass off the last couple years and so the Lakes are no longer a canary. Now they are an indication of “Climate Change” when Buffalo gets blasted by a November winter effect snow.

      All one has to do is pay attention to know that those people are either liars or idiots and should not be trusted to even dog sit, let alone declare with any authority that the world is warming or the climate is changing due to man.

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