More Detail On The NSIDC Disappearing Ice

From 1984 through 2011, the NSIDC new (left below) and old (right below) ice age versions were nearly identical.

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Note the small discrepancy between the two versions in the graph below. The amount of five year old ice was almost identical between the two versions.

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In 2012, the versions started to diverge. Four and five year old ice began to disappear from the new version,

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By 2013, the new version had lost more than half of the five year old ice.

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Their methodology is to track ice flows week to week.  The two versions tracked each other very closely for over 1,400 weeks, and then suddenly began to rapidly diverge. What scientific basis could this have? You don’t just lose 500 km² floes of thick multi-year ice.

The fact that they have a 100% discrepancy between the new and old versions in the amount of five year old ice, tells me that their data and graphs are completely worthless for doing year over year comparisons since 2011.

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4 Responses to More Detail On The NSIDC Disappearing Ice

  1. omanuel says:

    ALL THIS IS A DREAM.
    Still examine it by a few experiments.
    Nothing is too wonderful to be true,
    if it be consistent with the laws of nature;
    and in such things as these
    experiment is the best test of such consistency.”

    Michael Faraday (1791–1867) Laboratory journal entry #10,040 (19 March 1849); in The Life and Letters of Faraday (1870) vol. II, edited by Henry Bence Jones, p. 253

  2. omanuel says:

    Acceptance of powerlessness over the FORCE of the Creator, Destroyer & Sustainer of every atom, life and world helped me join the stream of life. That FORCE is indelibly recorded in exact rest masses of the ~3,000 types of atoms that compromise all matter:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Solar_Energy.pdf

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