World’s Leading Scientist Says The Arctic Will Be Ice-Free By 2013


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24 Responses to World’s Leading Scientist Says The Arctic Will Be Ice-Free By 2013

  1. gator69 says:

    A house of parrots.

  2. ccglea says:

    He said 5-10 years, so we all know it will be ice free by 2018! His predictions and models are always accurate.

    • philjourdan says:

      IN 2018 it will be 2028. That is the way they go. Always moving the goal posts.

    • Jimbo says:

      I have been compiling a list of ice-free prediction quotes ending in 2020. I have been trying to find an actual quote from him. I am trying to avoid journalists’ own interpretations so as not to be accused of not actually quoting Hansen but a journalist.

  3. tom0mason says:

    Hansen offered the best catastrophic prognosis that NASA could concoct at the time with the available talent and technology of the day.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    Is it OK to “deny” this claim?

  5. -=NikFromNYC=- says:

    VICE magazine, now partnered with HBO is pushing Greenland melting climate alarm today, comments included:

    I could use some backup over there, guys! Only one of us has real facts to offer so far.

  6. John F. Hultquist says:

    Sorry Nik,
    but if folks want to stick their collective heads in a steel barrel and holler IPCC “climate science” alarm at each other until their brains are mush I have no interest in trying to stop them.
    Further, I’ve never heard of vi-ce dot com and don’t think I want to.

    • -=NikFromNYC=- says:

      Exactly why I had to take over. I just have more energy then that. Born that way, I guess.

    • Justa Joe says:

      Vice dot com are a bunch of young up and coming lefties that produce videos for youtube on subjects like; Tea party is racist and Gun crazy Murricans so, of course, they have the requisite leftard stance on “climate.”

  7. BobW in NC says:

    …and since CAGW is supposed to affect the poles, why aren’t the alarmists predicting an Antarctic without sea ice? Just sayin’….

  8. mikeD says:

    If proponents of the global warming hype were really, truly, sincerely, fearful of CO2 then they would embrace the lowest CO2 producing (zero), most concentrated energy source we have, nuclear. Only the wise men converts of their philosophy/ Gaea religion have recognized that truth. Unfortunately, human pride will not let them see that the devil they have been sold is really the angel of prosperity.

  9. Every year will be the warmest, so long as Dr. James “Thumbs On The Temperature Scale” Hansen and his band of homogenizers are permitted to “adjust” the data, while destroying the “raw” data.

    It has become increasing obvious after over 17 years of no temperature increase, even while CO2 keeps increasing, that the Church Of Global Warming has run out of steam and now relies soley on fear and belief.

    There is not one piece of empirical evidence linking human activities to the climate – NOT ONE. The only arguments for climate change besides the usual logical fallacies are anecdotes, computer projections, Hockey Sticks, and consensus.
    * Anecdotes are short, obscure historical or biographical accounts. Anecdotes cannot be traced to one another. Anecdotes are not proof.
    * Computer projections are Ludic fallacies based on dubious initial conditions. The computer projections have failed, because their only input is greenhouse gases. Computer projections are not proof.
    * Hockey Sticks are the cobbling together of two unrelated proxy data sets. These FrankenGraphs, which would have received an “F” in Junior High School science class 50 years ago, are incredibly embraced by many scientists today. Hockey Sticks are artifical fabrications, not proof.
    * Consensus is an opinion or position reached by a group as a whole. Millenia and centuries ago the consensus believed the Earth was the center of the Universe and Solar System. Consensus is not proof.

  10. Brian Hall says:

    But, interestingly, anecdotes can be disproof. The exceptions that demolish the rule.

  11. Morgan says:

    I think this is proof that the effects of brown acid don’t wear off, even after 40 years. Timothy Leary is waiting for you Jim.

  12. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism.

  13. From Wikipedia:

    The ice stream’s speed-up and near-doubling of ice flow from land into the ocean has increased the rate of sea level rise by about 0.06 millimeters (about 0.002 inches) per year, or roughly 4 percent of the 20th century rate of sea level rise.[12]

    If my calculations are correct, that’s a whopping 1.5 millimeters of sea level rise in a century, about the thickness of a fingernail.

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