Things Going From Bad To Worse For Arctic Alarmists

Arctic sea ice extent remains the highest since 2005, with only a few weeks left to the melt season.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

And the latest forecast has below freezing temperatures over the Beaufort Sea during the last week in July

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

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13 Responses to Things Going From Bad To Worse For Arctic Alarmists

  1. Robertv says:

    Winter is coming

  2. omanuel says:

    Things have been going from bad to worse for humanity since the end of WWII. The good news is that Climategate emails exposed the fraud of consensus science in 2009, and subsequent events have confirmed the sad, sad state of humanity worldwide, and continued misuse of government science to deceive and control the public.

    • darrylb says:

      Actually, studying human history (something which was of no interest to me in high school. in part because of how it was presented) I have been concluding that human history is nothing to put on a pedestal.
      The thing is, we have now advanced technologically so far, so fast that we cannot even evaluate much of what comes our way.
      –and us poor conservatives, well, I am getting more and more disgusted with the so called progressives in which domain humans with a very wide range of characteristics reside.

      • gator69 says:

        Human brains have been decreasing in size since the last ice age. One hypothesis states that this is because of “civilization”, and that individuals no longer need to be complete masters of their domains, but can instead rely on the flock to take care of them.

        Sound familiar?

        • gator69 says:

          Also ,we are learning that Neanderthals were not the knuckle dragging mouth breathers that earlier science taught, in fact their craniums were larger than “modern humans”.

  3. emsnews says:

    Um, things have been going bad to worse since around 3,500 BC. Or even earlier, around 12,000 years ago when the glaciers suddenly began melting! Oh, the humanity! Or rather, what happened to all the Mastodons and wooly rhinos??? End of Times!

    • darrylb says:

      Yeah, and Lake Agassiz was formed with an area larger than the sum of the five great lakes.
      After that the great river Warren was a main drain for the lake. Left behind is the stream which we call the Minnesota River now flows.
      — and all of this was done just for me, in Minnesota, so I would have over 10,000 lakes to choose from when I want to go fishing 🙂

  4. Menicholas says:

    How is the ice mass balance calculated? Is this based on gravitational anomalies?

  5. Dave G says:

    Tony, Where do you get that 1981 Hansen graph. I need a link to it.

  6. David A says:

    Dave, try clicking on it to open it in a separate tab, then simply copy it.

    • Dave G says:

      I’m looking for the original source. NASA website has his 1999 stuff. but can’t pull up the really old one from 1981. I thought I found something from 1980 that is behind a paywall.

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