Global Sea Ice Increasing By One Manhattan Per Hour For The Past Four Years

The amount of sea ice on Earth has increased by two million km² since the start of 2011. This averages to one Manhattan per hour, and is more than the area of Alaska.

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Climate experts at NOAA and NASA say that the oceans are the hottest ever and the ice is disappearing – because they are paid to produce propaganda, not provide factual information.

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15 Responses to Global Sea Ice Increasing By One Manhattan Per Hour For The Past Four Years

  1. Gail Combs says:


  2. stewart pid says:

    The leftards puppet masters love the fact that leftards are too stupid to ever ask to see actual data or to question even the most ridiculous alarmist lie.

  3. ren says:

    The temperature over the North Pole fell sharply.

  4. inMAGICn says:

    “We’ll take Manhattan,
    The Bronx and
    Staten Island, too…”

    Now throw in Alaska.

  5. inMAGICn says:

    Dear me “We’ll HAVE Manhattan…”

  6. Menicholas says:

    I posted this on my FB page, and was accused of posting a cherry pick graph by one of my friends.
    He countered with this article from NASA, which conveniently ends in 2013, even though the article was released in 2015.
    I had to point out that it would have been more dramatic to start the top graph at the bottom of the trough in 2013.
    NASA truly is a fully and shamelessly alarmist organization.

  7. catweazle666 says:


    Damn American units…

    How many Wales’s is that/

  8. daveburton says:

    According to my arithmetic, it’s an ice gain of “only” about 2/3 of a Manhattan per hour:

    (2,000,000 sq-km) / (87.46 sq-km/Manhattan) / (4 yrs) / (365.25 days/yr) / (24 hour/day) / = 0.652 Manhattans / hour

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