A Closer Look At The Beaufort Sea

The Beaufort Sea, north of Alaska, is full of large floes of thick multi-year ice, that show very little sign of melt. The edges are sharp and clean, indicating that not much melt is occurring. The larger ice floes are 50 miles across.

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Air temperatures there are forecast to remain near or below freezing for the next two weeks

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So where does leave alarmists?  They are screwed. If the water in the Beaufort Sea doesn’t warm significantly during the next two weeks, a big melt is unlikely in August.

Facts will not stop them from lying about it, however – like they do about everything else related to climate.

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23 Responses to A Closer Look At The Beaufort Sea

  1. The Beautifort Sea only covers .0000whatever % of the planet.

  2. omanuel says:

    AGW was only the last in a series of bold-faced lies promoted by Stalin’s little helpers after nations and national academies of science were united into an “Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science (UN)Truths” on 24 Oct 1945 to prevent public knowledge of neutron repulsion – the source of energy in cores of

    1. Atoms heavier than 150 amu
    2. Some planets like Jupiter
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way
    5. The now expanding Universe


    AGW anthropogenic global warming
    SSM standard solar model
    SNM standard nuclear model
    BBC Big Bang cosmology model

  3. Marsh says:

    For the Northern Hemisphere, all indicators are pointing to more multi year Ice going into next Winter than for recent years. The Warming Mongers must be in a state of panic to see such a slow melt season and now it’s a short summer ; what can they do but lie, cheat & steal…

    Global warming reporting, represents an immense scale of data corruption & international fraud. Growing Snow & Ice volumes, appear to be key areas of tangible evidence that will defeat them;
    one more severe Winter and the domino effect, will end the GW nonsense.

  4. omanuel says:

    Kepler’s 160 minute cycle

    Thanks to Climategate emails and the damning official responses, the Sun’s pulsar core is gaining traction:


    • Jason Calley says:

      Interesting. I note that 160 minutes is exactly 1/9th of a 24 hour solar day. Maybe some sort of resonance effect?

      • Jason Calley says:

        Just for clarity, I am not proposing that the tail wags the dog. The Earth’s rotation probably does not have much effect on the Sun. But if the 160 minute pulse of the Sun is reflected in its magnetic or electric field, then the asymmetrical shape of the Earth’s magnetic field could very likely (over millions of years) fall into a resonant relationship with the field of the Sun,

  5. Chewer says:

    What, Shirley you jest, what about the year 2083? That’s when the latent effects of AGW really kick in 😉

  6. Disillusioned says:

    • bit chilly says:

      oh no,what is happening to the blob ! el tinio looks like it will be getting a dose of cold soon as well.

  7. Andy says:

    Shows very little sign of melt ?


    2015 is increasing in melt, not flat-lining.

    Never let data get in the way of a good story about “sharp edges being clean” so showing little sign of melting. Wow, you can tell that from space?

    I’m surprised the sheep on this blog didn’t pick it up ? :p

  8. Andy says:

    Ok pass me the gun, wrong pltot … Beaufort is flatlining ..

    I shall now take my foot out of my mouth and shoot it. Both of them.

    The sheep were right.


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