Today’s Arctic Criminal Alert

Fraudsters posing as scientists and politicians have been telling us that the Arctic is ice-free

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The End of the Arctic? Ocean Could be Ice Free by 2015 – The Daily Beast


Gore: Polar ice cap may disappear by summer 2014

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013′

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The Argus-Press – Google News Archive Search

In fact, Arctic ice extent is right where it always is this time of year, and tracking 2006 – the year with the highest extent of the past decade.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Cold temperatures are forecast over the Beaufort Sea for the next two weeks, so the odds of a big melt occurring are pretty close to zero.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

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20 Responses to Today’s Arctic Criminal Alert

  1. norilsk says:

    What a joke. Those guys know less than nothing.

  2. norilsk says:

    If a prophet’s prophecy fails, he is a false prophet.

  3. gator69 says:

    So the newer the model, the worse the accuarcy? Their “experts” are getting dumber, and our Senator from Oklahoma is now proven to be a real expert.

    So who are the deniers?

  4. Marsh says:

    Now I wonder, where the likes of Hansen & other over exposed fraudsters are going to hide, once this fallacy, AGW falls over…

  5. shazaam says:

    Jabber-the-Hunt is conspicuous by his / her (remember snow white?) absence…

    Crickets chirping everywhere….

  6. shazaam says:

    At least the Danes aren’t grant-coating (adjusting) their data.

    Fascinating that they are predicting a very cool July average to follow June’s “exceptionally” cool average.

  7. darrylb says:

    It is the current AGW/ CAGW world events that concern me.
    Remember, after being ex-communicated from the Catholic Church
    it took until recently, centuries after his death to get Galileo reinstated.

    I am having less and less trust for the UN. I am thinking a UN goal is really
    one world order and climate change is one of its main tools.

    Liberty and Freedom are becoming less viable and more quaint concepts,—
    except for those who see themselves as the chosen few.

    so Gator, is that Julienne?

  8. omanuel says:

    How Local Element Synthesis Was Hidden Forty-Three Years Ago

    1972: Here are the experimental data that showed the presence of “strange xenon” (Xe-2) from synthesis of the chemical elements just before the primitive meteorites formed: [Hennecke, Sabu & Manuel, Nature 240 (1972) 99-101

    1975: Here are experimental data from the Allende meteorite showing that all primordial helium accompanied “strange xenon” (Xe-2) in the Allende meteorite and no primordial helium was associated with “normal xenon” (Xe-1) in the Allende meteorite.

    1977: Here is the debate published in Science to decide if “strange xenon” (Xe-2) was produced by:

    _ a.) A supernova explosion of the Sun
    _ b.) Fission of a superheavy element

    “Strange xenon, extinct superheavy elements, and the solar neutrino puzzle,” Science (14 January 1977)

    The University of Chicago scientists finally admitted superheavy element fission was not the correct answer in 1980s, but . . .

    1995: Here are experimental data from the Galileo probe of Jupiter’s helium-rich atmosphere showing “strange xenon” (Xe-2) in Jupiter.

    1998: NASA retained the Galileo data until 1998, when the NASA Administrator was confronted while he being video recorded by CSPAN news. See Dr. Goldin’s live explanation for holding the Jupiter xenon data near the end of this 1998 video.

    Criminal activity has been on-going for decades to hide the fountain of energy Copernicus reported at the gravitational center of the solar system.

    • darrylb says:

      I thought of you when seeing pictures of Pluto.
      It was the generally red hue that made me think that there may be a
      significant amount of iron there.
      I am sure that should be determined with various analysis of the Pluto images.

      Would that give some credit, however small, to some of what you have been saying?

  9. Homer Simpson says:

    Worse than Charles Ponzi, or Bernie Madoff,
    Gore and his clique steal from the poor and
    give to the rich (especially themselves).
    Bald Criminal Fraud, I would suggest.
    This must be a job for INTERPOL ?

  10. Robertv says:


    Polar bears must have had a terrible time the last 10 thousand years.

  11. AndyG55 says:

    That first guys is first class moron.

    An ice free Arctic would NOT have devastating consequences.

    Biological markers clearly show that for the first several thousand years of the Holocene the Arctic had winter perennial ice only. No disaster happened, the world and its animals are still here.

    In fact , the Neoglaciation period from about 3500 years ago would have caused many more problems than any slight turn back to the more abundant biosphere of the earlier part of the current interglacial.

    Arctic sea ice is anomalously HIGH compared to the last 10,000 years.

    • AndyG55 says:

      We are only just a bit above the COLDEST period in the last 10,000 years. !

      Biological markers from Fram Straight also confirm that the current Arctic sea ice level is ANOMALOUSLY HIGH compared to the rest of the Holocene.

      We started measuring “climate” at the coldest period of the current interglacial.

  12. Andy DC says:

    Yes, look back as far as you want with this enviornmentalist movement and all you can find is one dire prediction after another consigned to the dustbin of history.

  13. Andy says:

    Tracking 2006 is no guide to minima though, it could be higher than 2006 or lower.

    If you look at

    And put in 2006, 2008 and 2015 you can see currently 2015 is lower than 2008, so I could spin it as 2015 is already lower than 2008, which had a lot lower minima than 2006. That’s all it would be though, spin. 2010 is also pretty close, but you don’t mention that either.


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