Arctic Ice Is The Same Thickness As 75 Years Ago

In 1940, Arctic sea ice was 2 meters thick

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23 Feb 1940 – THE NORTH POLE. Is it Getting Warmer. | BUNDABER…

In 2015, Arctic sea ice is two meters thick.

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The US Navy thinks the ice is 2-5 meters thick


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Experts call this a meltdown, because they are paid to lie. So they cherry-pick 1979 as their start date, and pretend they are doing actual science.


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5 Responses to Arctic Ice Is The Same Thickness As 75 Years Ago

  1. Jim Hunt says:

    Did you read this recent comment Tony?

    At the risk of repeating myself, here’s an NSIDC graph that begins in 1953:

    God forbid that you would do such a thing, but if you were cherry picking where’s the juiciest one?

    • AndyG55 says:

      Gees , can anyone think why they would want to CHERRY-PICK the start their graph in the 1950’s.. Jimmy-boi loves cherries.,%20final-12-5_files/image112.png

    • AndyG55 says:

      Do you have any Arctic sea ice data from the MWP or RWP or early Holocene, when the planet was much warmer?
      You don’t seem to even have any from the 1940’s warmer period.

      Relying on a pitifully small period at the tail end of a minor amount of natural warming out of the coldest period (LIA) in the whole of the current Holocene interglacial, really is pretty much the ultimate cherry-pick.

      But if its all you have, then go for it… we need the comedy.

    • AndyG55 says:

      And I think have all noted the massive revision of data pre-1975.

      Big dip.. all gone.

      NSIDC aren’t related to NOAA/GISS in any way are they ?

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