Desperate Times For Arctic Alarmists

Two thirds of the way through the Arctic melt season, Arctic sea ice extent is second highest since 2005.

icecover_current (70) Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut 

Greenland surface mass balance is just below the 1990-2013 mean.

ScreenHunter_9910 Jul. 12 10.53Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Colder air is forecast to start settling in over the Arctic in a few days.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

Experts predicted an ice-free Arctic this summer. They have no idea what they are talking about, but they are officially sanctioned by the White House to tell whatever lies are necessary to push the president’s political agenda.

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Arctic sea ice ‘to melt by 2015’ – Telegraph

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30 Responses to Desperate Times For Arctic Alarmists

  1. omanuel says:

    They can’t change Earth’s climate, but they can change the sunspot count:

    Perhaps we are witnessing the beginning of the end for those who sought fortune, fame and power. We can’t save them or the world, but we can keep in mind that

    “Happiness is a by-product from knowing and fulfilling our own purpose in life:

    We each have the same purpose: To make this beautiful, bountiful and benevolent universe even better because we are part if it.”


    • omanuel says:

      Austin, Texas, July 9, 2015 – “On June 30, 2015 the globally recognized maximum for the current 11-year sunspot cycle was 81.9. On July 1, 2015 that number suddenly leaped all the way up to 116.4!”

      “Stranger still, the current cycle (Cycle 24) fell from being the 7th weakest sunspot maximum since 1749 to being the 4th weakest sunspot maximum. Cycle 24’s sunspot number jumped by 30 percent, yet its ranking dropped by three places. How can that be?”

      • omanuel says:

        Now we should forgive the power-hungry who sought to deceive the public about the fountain of energy Copernicus reported at the center of the Solar System in 1543 – to start the scientific revolution and emancipation of humans from feudal dictators.

        “There is a bit of good in the worst of us and a bit of bad in the best of us, but we are all children of God and we each have a right to be here.”

        “When I complain about me or about you, I am complaining about God’s handiwork. I am saying that I know better than God. – Anonymous

    • omanuel says:

      The question is whether or not the new sunspot numbers will save solar physicists from wrath of the public they deceived for the past seventy years (1945-2015).

      Thirty-eight years ago a Hungarian astronomer pointed out in Nature in 1977 that the Sun vibrates like a pulsar. That country was still under USSR domination in 1977, and Toth disappeared from sight after publishing his paper.

      • omanuel says:

        Forty years ago in 1975 an immigrant from Lithuania (I believe), Edwaurd Alperovitch aka Edward Anders, of the University of Chicago claimed spontaneous fission of a superheavy element in meteorites could explain evidence that a graduate student from Gordonville, MO (E.W. Hennecke), a nuclear chemist from India (Dwarka Das Sabu) and I published in Nature in 1972 that primitive meteorites formed directly from poorly mixed supernova debris.

        Science published that debate on 1977. Although Professor Edward Anders finally admitted he was wrong a few years later, he went on to champion the mistaken 1946 idea that the internal composition of the Sun was mostly hydrogen (H), like the photosphere,

  2. gator69 says:

    2015 is a very serious prediction and I think I am pretty much persuaded that that’s when it will happen.
    Prof Wadhams, 2011

    Not a “projection”, or a “suggestion”, but a “very serious prediction”.

    Also from the article…

    While the IPCC suggests the ice will remain in place until the 2030s…

    Is Nick Collins saying the IPCC (and this would be from AR4) suggested the Arctic would be ice free by the 2030s? I have found no such “suggestion” anywhere in the IPCC reports. If only these “journalists” could read, then maybe they would pick up an IPCC report and investigate for themselves.

    Utter twats.

    • John Smith says:

      I’ve been using ‘twit’
      I’m willing to go over to ‘twat’… if you think that’s more accurate

      • gator69 says:

        Neither is degrading enough for the likes of the alarmists and theit enablers, and this sort of usage is insulting to twits and twats. I’m still looking for the perfect description, but suitable words escape me.

      • John Smith says:

        upon further reflection …
        ‘twit’ implies limited intellectual capacity
        whereas ‘twat’ is an anatomical allusion
        one could have sufficient intellect and evoke the hind quarters of whatever species is appropriate
        therefore, I propose ‘twit’ should be the agreed upon designation

        • gator69 says:

          Like many words, twat has more than one definition.

          twat twät noun vulgar slang
          1. a woman’s genitals.
          2. a person regarded as stupid or obnoxious.

          Still, there are no sufficiently demeaning or degradingn words in the English language to accurately describe alarmists or their enablers.

    • Anthony S says:

      Sounds like that article mixed up Arctic sea ice and Himalayan glaciers.

  3. rah says:

    “Colder air is forecast to start settling in over the Arctic in a few days.”

    But until then we can expect both Arctic ice extent and the Greenland snow pack to dip perspicaciously because they’re warm right now as your trend line for mass balance indicates is happening in Greenland. If either gets close to 2012 then I predict that Jim Hunt will make an appearance.

  4. bit chilly says:

    according to the frivolous one on the the arctic sea ice forum it is all going to disappear any day now. i would quote him,but the last post of his contained some profanity . while i am comfortable with this, i would not like to offend any of the good ladies that post here 🙂

    he is convinced the forecast cold spot will actually be blow torch laden . i am surprised there is any ice left at all just now, looking a all the blow torches frivolous reckons have been burning in the arctic this summer 😉

    • gator69 says:

      he is convinced the forecast cold spot will actually be blow torch laden

      Is that Greg Laden’s nickname?

    • omanuel says:

      It may be a bit chilly for you, but its downright hot for AGW proponents now!

      Now we must forget retribution and work as hard as we can to rebuild integrity in science and in governments controlled by the public the serve.

      • bit chilly says:

        sadly i think it may be too late for that .maybe in the future it will be possible , but history would suggest not . people seem to lap up alarmism. i may have another alarmist willing to take a bet on arctic sea ice,if i can get enough of them to take a bet i may be able to retire sooner than i thought.
        the funny things is, despite all the expert assurances the arctic is in a death spiral,there are very few people willing to put their money where their mouth is 🙂

  5. rah says:

    Will Dr Maslowski and Prof Wadhams be available to comment at the end of the summer of 2015 on how they were so miserably wrong and why anyone should believe anything they ever predict in the future? And that brings to mind a question. Does the Heartland Institute have a team that does ambush interviews? If not, why not? These fraudsters don’t have body guards. Just ambush them with questions about their failures like this. Then if you get good footage send it to the sources that broadcast/printed their lies and of course to those “news” organs competition. Publically embarrass those charlatans that can be embarrassed.

  6. Billy Liar says:

    I wonder how long it will take Professor Peter Wadhams to issue a correction to his ‘very serious prediction’. He is obviously a bad judge of competence in picking Dr Wieslaw Maslowski’s errant model.

    Maybe, using a recent European law, he will ask Google to disassociate his name from searches for ‘Wadhams+Arctic+ice free+2015’.

  7. Chewer says:

    The world governments are turning scientists into salesmen/women, since they know where their paychecks are coming from (we taxpayers).
    A corrupt scientist is a corrupt salesman and they appear to be well aligned with the politicians!

  8. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    It’s funny how climate “denier” número uni ~ Steven Goddard, has for as many years as I’ve followed, been spot-on with climate forecasting. As opposed to the alarmist experts who continue to deceive the public, and who are continually battered by observations. Yet those same alarmists continue to be fed by taxpayers grants (govt money) and Tony gets zip.
    The irony of the truth-h/teller!

  9. daveburton says:

    What’s with that glitch in the graph in late June?

    • gator69 says:

      And why do these ‘glitches’ only go in one direction?

      • AndyG55 says:

        If you have s short term sensor failure that means you miss a big slice of the Arctic, of course it will show less ice as a downward spike..

        I can’t actually think of any reason you could get a big upward spike.

        • gator69 says:

          It was more of a question about correction. These ‘glitches’ can add up. How do we know there are not more minor ‘glitches’, and how do we know that they have been corrected?

          I do not trust these a-holes any further than I can throw Al Gore.

        • Jason Calley says:

          gator, I have wondered about the same thing, but it might not make too much difference when it comes to ice coverage. People are not really very interested in what the average ice cover is — they want to know what is the annual minimum, or the annual maximum, or what it is today compared to previous years. Even if the dips are left in the graph, most people would recognize the dip as a glitch, and the minimums and maximums are not affected.

          Now for temperature glitches, things are different. If a glitch gives a temperature of 180 degrees and gets left in, then the monthly and yearly averages will be artificially high. One hopes that such outliers are removed, but even in that case, it ought to not be automatic, but should require a human and a bit of research. After all, even if we agree that readings of 180 are too high, what about readings of 60? or 50? Where do you draw the line?

    • sensor failure

  10. kentclizbe says:

    ” Does the Heartland Institute have a team that does ambush interviews?”

    That’s how Marc Morano hit the big-time. When Rush had a TV show, Marc was Rush’s “man-on-the-street,” mostly in DC, conducting surprise interviews on the street with confused PC-Progressives.

    Great idea.

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