Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

With the Arctic melt season rapidly winding down, sea ice is following an almost identical track to 2006 – the year with the highest minimum of the past decade.


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Cold temperatures are forecast over the Beaufort Sea moving forwards, which indicates that there isn’t much left to this melt season.

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22 Responses to Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

  1. emsnews says:

    And temperatures in the NE is tracking 5-10 degrees below normal all summer just like last spring and winter.

    • Where is the Beaufort Bullshitter… Jim Hunt this week??

      Did he get stuck in the vast multi-year ice??

      • Dmh says:

        The alarmists are predicting another very low minimum as in 2012,

        but the PDO, AMO and 1st semester of solar radiations are *very different* from 3 years ago…

        • gator69 says:

          They aren’t predicting, they are fearmongering and hoping.

        • AndyG55 says:

          meanwhile, back in the real world…..

          Arctic sea ice tracks above all but 2008, maybe 2009 of last 10 years.

          Looks like the global cooling from the very sleepy sun may well be starting to take effect.

          I’ve been hoping for some more warming.. but its just not happening. 🙁

        • AndyG55 says:

          “they are fearmongering ”

          And that is the REAL STUPIDITY of the Arctic sea ice situation. !!

          There is absolutely no reason to fear reduced levels of Arctic sea ice.

          Apart from the last few hundred years, that is what there was.

          Arctic sea ice is a major nuisance for those trying to live up there.

          And unfortunately, the recovery from the COLDEST period in the whole of the last 10,000 years seems to have stalled ! 🙁

        • AndyG55 says:

          note, I just realised the graph is not behaving… not up to date.

          right click, “open in new tab/window” fixes that.

  2. omanuel says:

    In the seventy year (1945-2015) effort to take totalitarian control over people outside the boarders of the old USSR, education was changed into propaganda after Stalin emerged victorious at the end of WWII to unite nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into an Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science (UN)Truths

    Teachers need valid information on reality so they are not forced to teach Stalin’s consensus “science” propaganda.

  3. darrylb says:

    Teachers need valid information——yes everywhere!

    RE- Arctic ice tracking 2006.
    Some thoughtful scientist could look at all conditions in 2006 and those now and determine just how similar they might be. It could be a start as to categorizing conditions and/or models for
    a greater and more accurate predictability.

    • omanuel says:

      Thanks, darrylb.

      Should the first chapter be “Origin and Evolution”, like the book of Genesis, or is that too controversial for the current generation of politically-correct Big Bang Believers?

  4. gator69 says:

    Oh noes! No more snows!

    15 years after Dr Viner embarrassed the British Climate Research Unit, Griffith University in Australia has just joined the slowly growing list of academic institutions which have predicted the “end of snow”.

    And their proof?

    Study co-author Professor Catherine Pickering said the current trends did not look promising and good years like the recent snow dump had become less frequent.

    “The snow cover in the Australian alps is declining and it has declined a lot since 1954 when there was the longest snow course on record,” she said.

    Do they even hear themselves? Or is cherry picking an accepted/mandated methodology of climate science now?

  5. Andy DC says:

    In Washington, DC the media is touting a big “six day heatwave”. As of 12:40 PM, my thermometer has climbed to a stupendous 83 degrees. Temperatures are expected near normal early in the week, then back to below normal later in the week. A very tame heatwave in DC for July.

    • gator69 says:

      The city nearest me was talking about “extreme heat” day before yesterday. It was sunny and 4F above “average” for the date (keep in mind averages include rainy days), and 20F below the record for that date, which ocurred 61 years ago. The idiocracy has arrived.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Indeed guys … hot days in the summer time …. just as the obsessive-compulsive alarmists predicted 😉
      I predict snow and cold this winter and if it is at record levels of snow and cold it will be because of GLO-BULL warming!!

      • AndyG55 says:

        Even if it is a bog-standard snow and winter , it will be blamed on Gerbil-worming. !!!

        • AndyG55 says:

          Perfectly normal, average, nothing unusual at all, weather is now down to “climate change™”

  6. May as well paint the whole Earth brick red in these graphics…

    Propaganda to make normal appear ultra hot… where I’m at its normal… this graphic gives one the impression everyone died due to nuclear blast… such shit..

  7. Andy says:

    “With the Arctic melt season rapidly winding down”

    Is it September already? I thought it was still peak melt month of July.

    Talk about spin….

    • AndyG55 says:

      The real spin is that Arctic sea ice melt in anything unusual.

      For the whole the first 6000 or so years of the Holocene, Arctic sea ice was winter perennial at best. The world is still here, so are the polar bears.

      The Arctic sea ice is actually anomalously high compared to the rest of the current interglacial. We live in cold times, and a bit more warming would be beneficial for the planet, just as an increased supply of atmospheric CO2 would be to the plant life that feeds us.

      You can ignore this as much as your brain-washed ignorance makes you ignore it… but that doesn’t change the reality.

    • AndyG55 says:

      From a closer more detailed graph from IMS, it is obvious it depends very much on the WEATHER as to where it will bottom out.

      Probably above last year… above 2006… time will tell.

      Pity that Arctic sea ice seems to be recovering from the solar maximum of the latter part of last century.. Pity for the planet, and a big pity for the alarmists. 😉

      • AndyG55 says:

        note.. for some reason, the graph above is not showing up to date, but if you “open in new window”, it seems to be… strange !

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